Florian Fastenrath

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
am Institut für Sozioökonomie

Research Interests: International/Comparative Political Economy, Economic Sociology, Political Economy of Public Finance, Economic and political Inequality, Financialization, Case-oriented Methods

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Raum:LE 408A
Telefon:(0203) 379 - 4343
E-Mail:florian.fastenrath@uni-due.de
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About

Academic Career

 

Scholarships

Publications

Published

2020

  • Financialization of, not by the State. Exploring Changes in the Management of Public Debt and Assets across Europe. Review of International Political Economy (together with Schwan, M. und Trampusch, C.)

2019

  • States' Interests as Limits to the Power of Finance: Regulatory Reforms in Early Local Government Financialization in the US and UK. Regulation & Governance (together with Trampusch, C.)
  • The Political Economy of Local Government Financialization and the Role of Policy Diffusion. Regulation & Governance. (together with Mertens, A., Trampusch, C. and Wangemann, R.)

2018

  • From Economic Gains to Social Losses. KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 70(1), 89-116. (together with Orban, A., and Trampusch, C.)
  • also published as MPIfG Discussion Paper 17/20.

2017

  • Where States and Markets Meet: The Financialisation of Sovereign Debt Management. New Political Economy, 22(3), 273-293 (together with Schwan, M. and Trampusch, C.)

Work in Progress

  • Why is it so Difficult to Tax the Rich? Evidence from German Policy-makers (together with Paul Marx, Achim Truger and Helena Vitt)
  • Who Pays for the Crisis? Wealth Taxation in Europe in the Aftermath of the Great Financial Crisis (together with Lea Elsässer and Miriam Rehm)
  • State-Owned Enterprises and Public Investment in Europe: Ready to Lead the Transformation? (together with Michael Schwan)
  • Crisis-Prone Public Financiers: The Historical Emergence of a Speculative Business Model in the German Mortgage Banking Sector
  • Finanzialisierung kommunaler Schulden in Zeiten von Austerität: Zins-Swaps und die Produktion von Zinsrisiken.

Contributions to conferences, workshops and panel organization

2020

  • „Why is it so Difficult to Tax the Rich? Evidence from German Policy-Makers” (together with P. Marx), The Politics of Taxing the Rich: Declining Tax Rates in Times of Rising Inequality”, Virtual Workshop organized by P. Emmenegger and H.Lierse, November 5-6.
  • „Economic and Political Consequences of Subnational Debt Management Financialization”, Doing Debt: Praxeology of Sovereign Debt in the Long Twentieth Century, Workshop, February 27-28, MPIfG, Cologne.

2019

  • “Financialization of the State in Europe” (together with Schwan, M. and Trampusch, C.), The Evolving Ecology of the Financial System, May 16-17, MPIfG, Cologne.
  • “Financialization of the State in Europe” (together with Schwan, M. and Trampusch, C.), ECPR Joint Sessions, Workshop “Rethinking the Governance of Financial Integration”, April 9-12, Mons.

2018

  • “The Financialisation of English Local Governments: The Role of Party Politics, the Finance Industry und Policy Diffusion”, Futures of Finance and Society Conference, December 6-7, Edinburgh.
  • "The Diffusion of Risky Private Capital Financing across English Municipalities" (together with A. Mertens and C. Trampusch), 25th Council for European Studies (CES) Conference, March 28-30, Chicago.
  • “States’ Interests as Limits of Finance Power in Regulatory Financial Market Reforms: The Regulation of Municipal Swaps in the U.K. and U.S.A." (together with C. Trampusch), 25th Council for European Studies (CES) Conference, March 28-30, Chicago.
  • Panel Organization “Financialization and the State: Public Debt, Consumer Credit and Central Banking”, The 25th International Conference of Europeanists of the Council for European Studies, March 28-30, Chicago.

2017

  • “Technocrats as a Buffer against Learning in Times of Crisis: Resilient Expectations in the Cases of US and Germany City Swaps” (together with C. Trampusch), The 24th International Conference of Europeanists of the Council for European Studies, July 12-14, Glasgow.
  • “Numbers and Fashion: How the ‚Active Debt Management Story’ Shapes Expectations in German Municipal Finance” (together with C. Trampusch), Conference “Experience and Expectation”, Universität Mannheim, Februar 2-4.

2016

  • “Patient Financiers or Secret Gamblers? - Institutional Change in German Mortgage Banking", The 23rd International Conference of Europeanists of the Council for European Studies, April 14-16, Philadelphia
  • “Municipalities and their Expectations on Pay-Offs of Swap Deals“(together with A. Orban and C. Trampusch), Workshop “The Future in Economic Decision Making”, Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne.

2015

  • “The Financialization of Sovereign Debt Management between 1980 and 2010” (together with M.Schwan), Wissenschaftlicher Kongress der Deutschen Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft (DVPW), September 21-25, Duisburg.
  • “The Financialization of Sovereign Debt Management between 1980 and 2010” (together with M. Schwan and C. Trampusch)., The 22nd International Conference of Europeanists of the Council for European Studies, July 8-10, Paris.

Research Translation

2020

Teaching

 

Review Activities

  • Competition and Change (C&C)
  • Socio-Economic Review (SER)
  • Review of International Political Economy (RIPE)