Müller, Martin. 2015a. “Assemblages and Actor-Networks: Rethinking Socio-Material Power, Politics and Space.” Geography Compass 9 (1): 27–41. doi:10.1111/gec3.12192.
Müller, Martin. 2015b. “(Im-)Mobile Policies: Why Sustainability Went Wrong in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi.” European Urban and Regional Studies 22 (2): 191–209. doi:10.1177/0969776414523801.
Müller, Martin. 2015c. “A Half-Hearted Romance? A Diagnosis and Agenda for the Relationship between Economic Geography and Actor-Network Theory (ANT).” Progress in Human Geography 39 (1): 65–86. doi:10.1177/0309132513518833.
Müller, Martin. 2015d. “The Mega-Event Syndrome: Why so Much Goes Wrong in Mega-Event Planning and What to Do about It.”Journal of the American Planning Association 81 (1): 6–17. doi:10.1080/01944363.2015.1038292.
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Müller, Martin, and Carolin Schurr. 2016. “Assemblage Thinking and Actor-Network Theory: Conjunctions, Disjunctions, Cross-Fertilisations.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 41 (3): 217–29. doi:10.1111/tran.12117.
Müller, M. 2012. Opening the black box of the organization: socio-material practices of geopolitical ordering. Political Geography 31:379–388.
Müller, M. 2011. State dirigisme in megaprojects: governing the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Environment and Planning A 43:2091–2108.
Müller, M. 2011. How natural disturbance triggers political conflict: bark beetles and the meaning of landscape in the Bavarian Forest. Global Environmental Change 21:935–946.
Müller, M. 2009. Making great power identities in Russia: an ethnographic discourse analysis of education at a Russian elite university. Zürich: LIT.
Müller, M. 2008. Reconsidering the concept of discourse in the field of critical geopolitics: towards discourse as language and practice. Political Geography 27:322–338.
Müller, M. 2007. What’s in a word? Problematising translation between languages. Area 39:206–213.
For a full list see http://scholar.google.ch/citations?user=wfq0s9UAAAAJ