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2019

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Davies, Will. 2019. The Political Economy of Pulse: Techno-somatic rhythm and real-time data. Ephemera, 19(3), ISSN 2052-1499 [Article]

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Davis, Aeron. 2019. Political Communication: A New Introduction for Crisis Times. Cambridge: Polity Press. ISBN 9781509529001 [Book]

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Davis, Aeron. 2019. Top CEOs, Financialization and the Creation of the Super-Rich Economy’. Cultural Politics, 15(1), pp. 88-104. ISSN 1743-2197 [Article]

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Knafo, Samuel and Dutta, Sahil Jai. 2019. The myth of the shareholder revolution and the financialization of the firm. Review of International Political Economy, ISSN 0969-2290 [Article] (In Press)

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Knafo, Samuel; Dutta, Sahil Jai; Lane, Richard and Wyn-Jones, Steffan. 2019. The Managerial Lineages of Neoliberalism. New Political Economy, 24(2), pp. 235-251. ISSN 1356-3467 [Article]

2018

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Davies, Will, ed. 2018. Economic Science Fictions. London: Goldsmiths Press. ISBN 978-1-906897-68-0 [Edited Book]

Davies, Will. 2018. Nervous States: How feeling took over the world. London: Jonathan Cape. ISBN 9781787330108 [Book]

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Davies, William. 2018. The Neoliberal State: Power Against Politics. In: Damien Cahill; Melinda Cooper; Martijn Konings and David Primrose, eds. The Sage Handbook of Neoliberalism. London: Sage. ISBN 9781412961721 [Book Section]

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Dutta, Sahil Jai; Knafo, Samuel; Lane, Richard and Wyn-Jones, Steffan. 2018. Managers, not markets. IPPR Progressive Review, 25(2), pp. 166-176. ISSN 2573-2323 [Article]

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Montgomerie, Johnna and Tepe-Belfrage, Daniela. 2018. Spaces of Debt Resistance and the contemporary politics of financialised capitalism. Geoforum, ISSN 0016-7185 [Article]

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Taylor, Nick. 2018. The Return of Character: Parallels Between Late-Victorian and Twenty-First Century Discourses. Sociological Research Online, 23(2), pp. 399-415. ISSN 1360-7804 [Article]

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Thomson, Frances and Dutta, Sahil Jai. 2018. Financialisation: A Primer. Technical Report. Transnational Institute (TNI), Amsterdam. [Report]

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Vishmidt, Marina. 2018. Anomaly and Autonomy: On the Currency of the Exception in the Value Relations of Contemporary. Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 81(4), pp. 588-600. ISSN 0044-2992 [Article]

2017

Davis, Aeron and Williams, Karel, eds. 2017. Elites and Power After Financialization, Theory, Culture & Society, 34(5-6). 0263-2764 [Edited Journal]

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Davies, Will. 2017. Elite Power Under Advanced Neoliberalism. Theory Culture and Society, 34(5-6), pp. 227-250. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

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Davis, Aeron. 2017. The Death of Public Knowledge Introduction. In: , ed. The Death of Public Knowledge? How Free Markets Destroy the General Intellect. London: Goldsmiths Press, pp. 1-14. ISBN 978-906897-39-0 [Book Section]

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Davis, Aeron. 2017. Defining Speculative Value in the Age of Financialized Capitalism. The Sociological Review, 66(1), pp. 3-19. ISSN 0038-0261 [Article]

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Davis, Aeron. 2017. Moving Beyond the Single Mediated Arena Model: Media Uses and Influences Across Three Arena’s. In: Peter van Aelst and Stefaan Walgrave, eds. How Political Actors Use the Media. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 167-186. ISBN 978-3-319-60248-6 [Book Section]

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Davis, Aeron. 2017. The New Professional Econocracy and the Maintenance of Elite Power. Political Studies, 65(3), pp. 594-610. ISSN 0032-3217 [Article]

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Davis, Aeron. 2017. Sustaining Corporate Class Consciousness Across the New Liquid Managerial Elite in Britain. British Journal of Sociology, 68(2), pp. 234-253. ISSN 0007-1315 [Article]

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Davis, Aeron and Walsh, Catherine. 2017. Distinguishing Financialization from Neoliberalism. Theory, Culture and Society, 34(5-6), pp. 27-51. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

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Davis, Aeron and Williams, Karel. 2017. Introduction: Elites and Power After Financialization. Theory, Culture and Society, 34(5-6), pp. 3-26. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

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Taylor, Nicholas. 2017. 'A Job, Any Job' : The UK Benefits System and Employment Services in an Age of Austerity. Observatoire de la société britannique, 19, pp. 267-285. [Article]

2016

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Davies, Will. 2016. The New Neoliberalism. New Left Review, 101, ISSN 0028-6060 [Article]

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Montgomerie, Johnna. 2016. Austerity and the household: the politics of economic storytelling. British Politics, 11(4), pp. 418-437. ISSN 1746-918X [Article]

Vishmidt, Marina and Stakemeier, Kerstin. 2016. Reproducing Autonomy: Work, Money, Crisis and Contemporary Art. London: Mute Publishing. ISBN 1906496625 9781906496623 [Book]

2015

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Davies, Will. 2015. Spirits of Neoliberalism: 'Competitiveness' and 'Wellbeing' as rival orders of worth. In: Richard Rottenburg; Sally Merry; Sung-Joon Park and Joanna Mugler, eds. World of Indicators: the making of governmental knowledge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 283-306. ISBN 9781316091265 [Book Section]

Vishmidt, Marina. 2015. Productive Bodies: A Review Essay. Australian Feminist Studies, 30(85), pp. 304-308. ISSN 0816-4649 [Article]

Vishmidt, Marina. 2015. Struggle is Primary: Review Essay. Journal of Cultural Economy, 8(3), pp. 388-397. ISSN 1753-0350 [Article]

2014

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Taylor, Nicholas. 2014. Theorising capitalist diversity: The uneven and combined development of labour forms. Capital and Class, 38(1), pp. 129-141. ISSN 0309-8168 [Article]

2010

Vishmidt, Marina; Kruk, Vinca and van der Velden, Daniel, eds. 2010. Uncorporate Identity: Metahaven. Zurich: Lars Muller. ISBN 9783037781692 3037781696 [Edited Book]

2006

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Vishmidt, Marina. 2006. The Auto-Destructive Community: The Torsion of the Common in Local Sites of Antagonism. Ephemera Journal, 6(4), pp. 454-465. ISSN 2052-1499 [Article]

2005

Oliver, Bonamy R; Dale, Philip S and Plomin, Robert. 2005. Predicting literacy at age 7 from preliteracy at age 4: a longitudinal genetic analysis. Psychological science, 16(11), pp. 861-5. ISSN 0956-7976 [Article]

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