- Crisis management and institution building in the financial crisis – a comparative study of Denmark, Iceland and Ireland
- Power and changing modes of governance in the Euro Crisis
- Bricolage in ideational and institutional change
Martin B. Carstensen and Vivien A. Schmidt (2017) ”Power and Changing Modes of Governance in the Euro Crisis”, Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions, DOI: 10.1111/gove.12318
Martin B. Carstensen and Matthias Matthijs (2017) ”Of Power and Paradigms: British Economic Policy Making since Thatcher”, Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions, DOI: 10.1111/gove.12301
Martin B. Carstensen (2017) “Institutional bricolage in times of crisis”, European Political Science Review, 9 (1): 139-160.
Martin B. Carstensen and Vivien A. Schmidt (2016) “Power through, over and in ideas: Conceptualizing ideational power in discursive institutionalism”, Journal of European Public Policy, 23 (3): 318-337.
Daniel Béland, Martin B. Carstensen and Leonard Seabrooke (eds.) (2016) “Ideas, Power, and Public Policy,” Journal of European Public Policy, 23 (3): 315-317.
Martin B. Carstensen (2013) ”Projecting from a fiction: The case of financial crisis in Denmark”, New Political Economy, 18 (4): 555-578.
Martin B. Carstensen (2011) “Paradigm man vs. the bricoleur: an alternative vision of agency in ideational change”, European Political Science Review, 3 (1): 147-167.
Martin B. Carstensen (2011) “Ideas are not as stable as political scientists want them to be: A theory of incremental ideational change”, Political Studies, 59 (3), 596-615.