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2009. The Political Economy of European Social Democracy: A Critical Realist Approach, (London, Routledge).
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2014. 'Varieties of contestation: The comparative and critical political economy of 'excessive' demand', co-authored with Saori Shibata, Capital and Class 38(1): 239-51.
2014. 'Contending the Crisis: What Role for Extra-Parliamentary British Politics?', British Politics 9(1): 68-92.
2013. 'The European Union as a conveniently-conflicted counter-hegemon through trade', co-authored with Fabienne Bossuyt, Journal of Contemporary European Research 9(4): 560-77. Available here: http://jcer.net/index.php/jcer/article/view/444
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2012. '#Occupy: Strategic Dilemmas, Lessons Learned?', Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies, Issue 5, pp. 138-42.
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2009. ‘The Transition to 'New' Social Democracy: the role of capitalism, representation, and (hampered) contestation’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol. 11(4), pp. 593-612.
2008. ‘Explaining the underdevelopment of ‘Social Europe’: a critical realization’, Journal of European Social Policy,Vol. 18(3), pp. 232-45.
2008. ‘Misperceiving Matters: Elite Ideas and the Failure of the European Constitution’, Comparative European Politics,Vol. 6(1), pp. 33-60.
2007. ‘Neither Pragmatic Adaptation nor Misguided Accommodation: Modernization as Domination in the Chilean and British Left’, co-authored with Sara C. Motta, Capital and Class, 92, pp. 107-136.
2006. ‘Governance or the Crisis of Governmentality? Applying Critical State Theory at the European Level’, Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 13 (1) pp. 16-33.
2005. ‘Obfuscation through Integration: Legitimating ‘New’ Social Democracy in the European Union’, Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 43 (1), pp. 13-35
2014. 'Palliating terminal Social Democratic decline at the EU-level?', in D.J. Bailey, J.M. De Waele, F. Escalona and M. Vieira (eds.), European Social Democracy During the Global Economic Crisis: Renovation or Resignation?, (Manchester University Press).
2012. ‘The Impossibility of Social Democracy: From Unfailing Optimism to Enlightened Pessimism in the 'Re-Social Democratisation' Debate’, in G. Strange and O. Worth (eds.), European Regionalism and the Left, (Manchester, Manchester University Press).
2011. 'The European Union in the World: Critical Theories', in J.U. Wunderlich and D.J. Bailey (eds.), The European Union and Global Governance: A Handbook, (London, Routledge).