University of Frankfurt
Area of expertise: IPE, Varieties of Capitalism, China, Euro
Andreas Nölke’s research interests lie in the broad fields of Global and Comparative Political Economy, and include topics such as the politics of financialization, accounting standards, transnational private self-regulation, capitalism in large emerging markets, Southern multinational corporations, theories of comparative capitalism, deep integration in North-South relations and the political economy of the Eurozone crisis. He has published in journals such as the Review of International Political Economy, World Politics, Business and Politics, the Review of African Political Economy and the Journal of Common Market Studies and has published several books. His early work on finance capitalism has focused on accounting standards (Perry/Nölke 2006, Nölke/Perry 2008) and on the political aspects of financialization (Nölke et al. 2013, Heires and Nölke 2014). More recently, his focus has moved towards the role of finance capitalism in the Eurozone crisis (Nölke 2016a, 2016b).