Items where Author is "luxj@hope.ac.uk"

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Lux, Julia (2018) Discursive strategies and change: Developments of French capitalism in crisis. Journal of Language and Politics. ISSN 1569-2159 (Accepted for Publication)

Lux, Julia (2018) Understanding the Crisis Symptoms of Representative Democracy: The New European Economic Governance and France’s ‘Political Crisis’. Social Policy and Society. ISSN 1474-7464 (Accepted for Publication)

Lux, Julia (2018) Disciplining large member states during the crisis: analyzing the discursive strategies of the EU and German actors on France. Critical Policy Studies, 12 (1). pp. 44-60. ISSN 1946-0171

Lux, Julia (2015) France in limbo: On the struggles over accumulation strategies in models of capitalism – The case of the pacte de responsabilité. French Politics, 13 (1). pp. 84-102. ISSN ISSN: 1476-3419

Bieling, H-J and Lux, J (2014) Crisis-Induced Social Conflicts in the European Union – Trade Union Perspectives: The Emergence of 'Crisis Corporatism' or the Failure of Corporatist Arrangements? Global Labour Journal, 5 (2). pp. 153-175.

Book Section

Lux, Julia and Jordan, JD (2018) Alt-Right ‘cultural purity’ ideology and mainstream social policy discourse - Towards a political anthropology of ‘mainstremeist’ ideology. In: Social Policy Review. Social Policy Review . Policy Press, Bristol. (Accepted for Publication)

Book

Lux, Julia (2017) Krisendiskurse und kapitalistische Entwicklungspfade: Arbeits- und sozialpolitische Projekte in Deutschland und Frankreich. Globale Politische Oekonomie . VS Springer, Wiesbaden (Germany). ISBN 9783658187996

Other

Huke, Nikolai and Bailey, David and Clua-Losada, Mònica and Lux, Julia and Ribera Almandoz, Olatz (2018) Disrupting European authoritarianism Grassroots organizing, collective action and participatory democracy during the Eurozone crisis. Transnational Institute.

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