Recent Published Work
Marois, T. (2011) “Emerging market bank rescues in an era of finance-led neoliberalism: A comparison of Mexico and Turkey” Review of International Political Economy, 18 (2), 168-196.
Onaran, Ö., Stockhammer, E. and Grafl, L. (2011) “Financialization, distribution, and aggregate demand in the US”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 35(4), 637-662.
Onaran, Ö. (2011) “From wage suppression to sovereign debt crisis in Western Europe: Who pays for the costs of the crisis?” International Journal of Public Policy, 7(1-3), 51-69.
Onaran, Ö. (2011) “From transition crisis to the global crisis: Labor in Eastern Europe”, Capital and Class, 35(2), 213-232.
Newspaper Articles and Briefings
Financial Times, Alexis Stenfors and Costas Lapavitsas, 7 February 2013,
A Fine Against RBS will not fix Libor - Royal Bank of Scotland has been landed by US and UK regulators with a £390m fine for manipulating the London interbank offered rate, hard on the heels of fines for Barclays and UBS.
Social Europe Journal, John Weeks, 28 May 2012,
Greece: Chronicle of a Default Foretold–Sometime this European summer the Greek government will default on its euro debts and attempt to manage an exit from the common currency.
Financial Times, Costas Lapavitsas, 23 May 2012,
It is in Greece’s interest to leave the Euro–Greek politics is splitting into two camps to contest the coming elections, one led by the rightwing New Democracy, the other by the leftwing Syriza.
The Real News, John Weeks, 30 December 2011,
The Euro Crisis in 7 Simple Charts: They’re telling you a real pack of lies– The crisis of the euro currency zone is an excellent example of how flagrant lies can successfully be converted into accepted wisdom.
Guardian, Comment is Free, Engelbert Stockhammer, 27 October 2011,
The euro: how to reform, not rescue, the system– The effective creation of a European welfare state could give new life to a project that has been built on unstable foundations.