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Mark I. Vail


Recent Journal Articles, Book Chapters, and Selected Other Publications

“Representation and Displacement: Labor Disembedding and Contested Neoliberalism in            France.” Co-authored with Sara Watson and Daniel Driscoll. Forthcoming in Comparative       Politics, April 2023.


“Political Community and the New Parochialism: Brexit and the Reimagination of British            Conservatism and Liberalism.” Article in “Interpreting Brexit: Reimagining Political          Traditions,” British Politics 16, no. 2 (special issue) (June 2021), pp. 133-151.

“Solidarities, Fairness, and Economic Governance in Advanced Capitalism: The Cases of            COVID-19 Responses in Germany and the United States.” Co-authored with Achim Goerres.    SSRN working paper published online, June 2021.

“National Liberalisms in a Neoliberal Age: Ideas and Economic Adjustment in Contemporary    France and Germany.” Comparative European Politics 18, no. 2 (2020), pp. 109-127.

“A Cautionary Tale: ‘Brexit’, Economic Citizenship, and the Political Perils of Neoliberalism.”       In Scott Greer and Janet Laible, eds., The European Union after Brexit (Manchester University Press, 2020).

“The Developmental State in Developed Societies: Power, Partnership, and Divergent Patterns of Intervention in France and Finland.” Co-authored with Darius Ornston.” Journal of Comparative Politics 49, no. 1 (October 2016), pp. 1-21.


“Europe’s Middle Child: France’s Statist Liberalism and the Conflicted Politics of the Euro.” In Mark Blyth and Matthias Matthijs, eds., The Future of the Euro (Oxford University Press, 2015).


Between One-Nation Toryism and Neoliberalism: The Dilemmas of British Conservatism and Britain’s Evolving Place in Europe. Article in “Interpreting British European Policy,” Journal of Common Market Studies 53, no. 1 (January 2015) (special issue), pp. 106-122.


“Varieties of Liberalism: Keynesian Responses to the Great Recession in France and Germany. Governance 27, no. 1 (January 2014), pp. 63-85.


“Beyond Pluralism? Corporatism, Globalization, and the Dilemmas of Democratic Governance.” Co-authored with Robert Adcock. In Mark Bevir, ed., Modern Pluralism: Anglo-American Debates since 1880 (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

“The New Parochialism: Germany’s Inward Turn and the European Economic Crisis.” European Union Studies Association Review 24, no. 3 (Fall 2011), pp. 4-5.

“Economic Insecurity, the Social Market Economy, and Support for the German Left. Co-authored with Benjamin T. Bowyer. West European Politics 34, no. 4 (July 2011), pp. 683-705.


“Market.” Entry in Mark Bevir, ed., The Encyclopedia of Political Theory (London: Sage, 2010), vol. II, pp. 850-851.

“Left of Eden: The Changing Politics of Economic Inequality in Contemporary Germany. German Politics 18, no. 4 (December 2009), pp. 559-576.


“Bending the Rules: Institutional Analysis, Political Change and Labor-Market Reform in Advanced Industrial Societies.” Journal of Comparative Politics 42, no. 1 (October 2009), pp. 21-39.


“From ‘Welfare without Work’ to ‘Buttressed Liberalization’: The Shifting Dynamics of Labor-Market Adjustment in France and Germany." European Journal of Political Research 47, no. 3 (May 2008), pp. 334-358.

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