Academic Articles        

Alexander Reisenbichler and Kimberly J. Morgan. “From Sick Man to Miracle: Explaining the Robustness of the German Labor Market During and After the Financial Crisis 2008-09.” Politics & Society vol. 40 no. 4 (December 2012).

Alexander Reisenbichler. “The Domestic Sources and Power Dynamics of Regulatory Networks: Evidence from the Financial Stability Forum.” Review of International Political Economy vol. 22 no. 5 (2015).

Alexander Reisenbichler. “The Politics of Quantitative Easing and Housing Stimulus by the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, 2008-2018.” West European Politics vol. 43 no. 2 (2020).

Book Chapters

Alexander Reisenbichler and Kimberly J. Morgan. “The German Labor Market: No Longer the Sick Man of Europe.” In: Brigitte Unger (ed.), The German Model: Seen By Its Neighbors (London: Social Europe Publishing, 2015).

Alexander Reisenbichler. “Housing Finance Markets Between Social Welfare and Growth Strategies.” In: Anke Hassel and Bruno Palier (eds.), Growth and Welfare Reforms in Global Capitalism: How Growth Regimes Evolve (Oxford University Press, forthcoming).

Shorter Essays

Alexander Reisenbichler and Kimberly J. Morgan. “How Germany Won the Euro Crisis: And Why Its Gains Could Be Fleeting.” Foreign Affairs. Web. June 20, 2013.

Alexander Reisenbichler. “Safe as Houses: Comparing Housing Finance Policies in the U.S. and Germany.” Transatlantic Perspectives. Johns Hopkins University: AICGS. Web. September 26, 2014.

Alexander Reisenbichler. “A Rocky Path to Homeownership: Why Germany Eliminated Large-Scale Subsidies for Homeowners.” Cityscape vol. 18 no. 3 (2016).

Alexander Reisenbichler. “American Capitalism in Comparative Perspective: Insights from the Politics of Housing Finance Markets.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association (Spring 2019).

Book Reviews

Alexander Reisenbichler. Review of The Political Construction of Business Interests: Coordination, Growth, and Equality (Cambridge University Press, 2012) by Martin, Cathie Jo, and Duane Swank, in: Perspectives on Politics vol. 12 no. 4 (December 2014).

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