I. Contributions to refereed journals

  1. Hayekian Economic Policy, to be published in: Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (with LARS P. FELD).
  2. Menger’s Account of the Origin of Money as a Case Study in the Evolution of Institutions, to be published in: Review of Austrian Economics.
  3. Was Walter Eucken a Proponent of Authoritarian Liberalism?, to be published in: Public Choice (with EKKEHARD A. KÖHLER).
  4. F. A. Hayek and the World of Tomorrow: The Principles of International Federalism, Cosmos and Taxis 10 (11-12), 2022, pp. 97-103.
  5. German Ordoliberalism and Value Freedom: The Case of Walter Eucken, History of Political Economy 54 (4), 2022, pp. 785-799.
  6. The German Anti-Keynes? On Walter Eucken’s Macroeconomics, Journal of the History of Economic Thought 43 (4), 2021, pp. 548-563 (with LARS P. FELD and EKKEHARD A. KÖHLER).
  7. Hayek’s Treatment of Legal Positivism, European Journal of Law and Economics 51 (3), 2021, pp. 563-576.
  8. Metaphysical Justification for an Economic Constitution? Franz Böhm and the Concept of Natural Law, Constitutional Political Economy 30 (1), 2019, pp. 114-129.
  9. Die Europäische Währungsunion aus traditioneller und moderner ordnungsökonomischer Perspektive, ORDO 69, 2018, pp. 65-84 (with LARS P. FELD and EKKEHARD A. KÖHLER).
  10. The Muthesius Controversy: A Tale of Two Liberalisms, History of Political Economy 49 (4), 2017, pp. 607-630 (with EKKEHARD A. KÖHLER).
  11. Liberalism and democracy – a comparative reading of Eucken and Hayek, Cambridge Journal of Economics 40(6), 2016, pp. 1743-1760 (with EKKEHARD A. KÖHLER).
  12. Ordoliberalism, Pragmatism and the Eurozone Crisis: How the German Tradition Shaped Economic Policy in Europe, European Review of International Studies 2(3), 2015, pp. 48-61 (with LARS P. FELD and EKKEHARD A. KÖHLER).
    Revised and shortened version of: CESifo Working Paper No. 5368, May 2015; Freiburg Discussion Papers on Constitutional Economics No. 15/4.

II. Edited books

  1. Freiheit, Staat und Sozialismus, The Collected Works of Walter Eucken Vol. II.3, Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen 2022 (with VIKTOR J. VANBERG and UWE DATHE). Forthcoming.

III. Contributions to collected volumes and non-refereed journals

  1. Classical Liberalism: Market-Supporting Institutions and Public Goods Funded by Limited Taxation, in: Robert F. van Brederode (Ed.), Political Philosophy and Taxation: A History from the Enlightenment to the Present, Springer, Singapore 2022, pp. 135-150 (with CHARLES DELMOTTE).
  2. Der Ordoliberalismus: Begriff, historische Entwicklung und gegenwärtige Debatte, WiSt – Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium 51 (4), 2022, pp. 26-30 (with TIM KRIEGER).
  3. Gustav von Schmoller, in: Alain Marciano and Giovanni Battista Ramello (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, Springer, New York 2019, pp. 1845-1847.
  4. The “Dark Ages” of German Macroeconomics and Other Alleged Shortfalls in German Economic Thought, in: Thorsten Beck and Hans-Helmut Kotz (Eds.), Ordoliberalism: A German Oddity?, CEPR Press, London 2017, pp. 41-50 (with LARS P. FELD and EKKEHARD A. KÖHLER).
    Revised and shortened version of: Freiburg Discussion Papers on Constitutional Economics No. 17/03.
  5. Michel Foucault: Die Geburt der Biopolitik, in: Karen Horn (Ed.), Verlockungen zur Unfreiheit, Verlag Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich 2015, pp. 107-110.

IV. Studies and research reports

  1. Erfolgsfaktoren der Sozialen Marktwirtschaft, study on behalf of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, October 2020, 15 pages.
  2. Reformbedarf im System der Alterssicherung, study on behalf of the Initiative Neue Soziale Marktwirtschaft, June 2020, 27 pages (with LARS P. FELD).
  3. Ordnungspolitische Herausforderungen der Digitalisierung, study on behalf of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, May 2016, 71 pages (with LARS P. FELD, ANNABELLE DOERR and EKKEHARD A. KÖHLER).

V. Book reviews

  1. Steven G. Medema, The Economics Book: From Xenophon to Cryptocurrency, 250 Milestones in the History of Economics, Sterling, New York 2019, ORDO 71, 2020, pp. 424-426 (with STEFAN KOLEV).
  2. David M. Levy and Sandra J. Peart, Escape from Democracy: The Role of Experts and the Public in Economic Policy, Cambridge University Press, New York 2017, Journal of the History of Economic Thought 40 (3), 2018, pp. 433-434.
  3. Stefan Kolev, Neoliberale Staatsverständnisse im Vergleich, Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2013, History of Economic Ideas 23 (2), 2015, pp. 223-225.

VI. Working papers

  1. Hayek and Schmitt on the “Depoliticization” of the Economy, unpublished manuscript 2022.