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Countermovements in Europe? A Polanyian perspective

Martin Seeliger/ Bernd Sommer

1-4

Trade union politics as a countermovement? A Polaniyan perspective

Martin Seeliger

5-23

Trade unions and the Polanyian countermovement: a Southern perspective

Edward Webster

24-28

The fictitious commodification of money and the Euro experiment

Maja Savevska

29-42

Accumulation via QE: comment on Maja Savevska’s "The fictitious commodification of money and the Euro experiment"

Jonah Stuart Brundage

43-47

The EU emissions trading scheme: protection via commodification?

Christopher M. Rea

48-73

Polanyi, markets and environmental protection

Arild Vatn

74-77

Rise of right-wing populism in the Europe of today – outlines of a sociotheoretical exploration

Hans-Jürgen Bieling

78-91

A great variety of transformations – and populisms

Floris Biskamp

92-102

The Economy for the Common Good: a European countermovement
against the destructive impacts of laissez-faire capitalism?

Klara Stumpf/ Bernd Sommer

103-115

Karl Polanyi and discussions on a renewed socialism

Michael Brie

116-134

Of (anti-)capitalism, countermovements, and socialdemocratic
bedtime stories. A review of recent literature on Polanyi

Moritz Müller

135-148

The reality of exclusive solidarity A response to Wolfgang Streeck’s "Between Charity and Justice"

Silke van Dyk/ Stefanie Graefe

149-154

Between clarity and disorientation: remarks on the unease of Wolfgang Streeck with the 21st century migration

Ludger Pries

155-158

Keep it straight and simple, also with respect to migration: a comment on Streeck’s "Between Charity and Justice"

Andreas Nölke

159-164

A search for alternatives: Hauke Brunkhorst, Donatella della
Porta and Fritz W. Scharpf on the state of the European Integration

Monika Eigmüller/ Martin Seeliger

165-174