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Matthias Kranke

University of Kassel

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Berten, John, and Matthias Kranke. “Anticipatory Global Governance: International Organisations and the Politics of the Future.” Global Society 36.2 (2022): 155–69. Print.

Broome, André, Alexandra Homolar, and Matthias Kranke. “Bad Science: International Organizations and the Indirect Power of Global Benchmarking.” European Journal of International Relations 24.3 (2018): 514–39. Print.

Eimer, Thomas R., and Matthias Kranke. “Teaching the Transnationalization of Politics: Participant Observation of Public Events.” International Studies Perspectives 16.2 (2015): 127–41. Print.

Kranke, Matthias. “Exclusive Expertise: The Boundary Work of International Organizations.” Review of International Political Economy 29.2 (2022): 453–76. Print.

“Imf-World Bank Cooperation before and after the Global Financial Crisis.” Global Policy 11.1 (2020): 15–25. Print.

“Pathologies of a Different Kind: Dysfunctional Interactions between International Organizations.” Global Studies Quarterly 2.1 (2022): ksab038. Print.

“Tomorrow’s Debt, Today’s Duty: Debt Sustainability as Anticipatory Global Governance.” Global Society 36.2 (2022): 223–39. Print.

“Which ‘C’ Are You Talking About? Critical Meets Cultural Ipe.” Millennium: Journal of International Studies 42.3 (2014): 897–907. Print.

Kranke, Matthias, and Svenja Quitsch. “International Organisations in Global Sustainability Transitions.” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 41 (2021): 49–51. Print.

Kranke, Matthias, and David Yarrow. “The Global Governance of Systemic Risk: How Measurement Practices Tame Macroprudential Politics.” New Political Economy 24.6 (2019): 816–32. Print.

Lütz, Susanne, and Matthias Kranke. “The European Rescue of the Washington Consensus? Eu and Imf Lending to Central and Eastern European Countries.” Review of International Political Economy 21.2 (2014): 310–38. Print.

Yarrow, David, and Matthias Kranke. “The Performativity of Sports Statistics: Towards a Research Agenda.” Journal of Cultural Economy 9.5 (2016): 445–57. Print.