- Theorizing ideational and institutional change
- The political economy of vocational education
- Bricolage in ideational and institutional change
Martin B. Carstensen and Christian Lyhne Ibsen (2019) ”Three Dimensions of Institutional Contention: Efficiency, Equality and Governance in Danish Vocational Education and Trainning Reform”, forthcoming in Socio-Economic Review.
Martin B. Carstensen and Nils Röper (2019) ”Invasion from within: Ideas, Power and the Transmission of Institutional Logics between Policy Domains”, Comparative Political Studies, https://doi.org/10.1177/0010414019830713
Martin B. Carstensen and Magnus Paulsen Hansen (2019) ”Legitimation as justification: Foregrounding public philosophies in explanations of gradual ideational change”, forthcoming in European Journal of Political Research, https://doi.org/10.1111/1475-6765.12302
Martin B. Carstensen and Vivien A. Schmidt (2018) ”Ideational power and pathways to legitimation in the euro crisis”, Review of International Political Economy 25 (6): 753-778.
Martin B. Carstensen and Vivien A. Schmidt (2018) ”Power and Changing Modes of Governance in the Euro Crisis”, Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions, 31 (4): 609-624.
Martin B. Carstensen and Matthias Matthijs (2018) ”Of Power and Paradigms: British Economic Policy Making since Thatcher”, Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions, 31 (3): 431-447.