Home

Research interests

  • 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

Google Scholar profile

Selected work

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.

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, DOI: 10.1111/gove.12318

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, 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.

Advertisements