Dr Martijn Konings

MA Amsterdam, PhD York
Senior Lecturer and ARC DECRA Fellow

H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 6982

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2012

  • The Rise of the Federal Reserve; Konings M; United States Studies Centre/Research Support.
  • The Rise of the Federal Reserve; Konings M; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA).
  • Social Studies of Finance; Allon F, Cooper M, Bryan R, Konings M; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/FASS Collaborative Research Scheme.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Konings, M. (2011). The Development of American Finance. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Konings, M., Panitch, L. (2008). Finanzmacht USA: die Instabilität der Märkte: technisches Problem des Finanzmanagements oder tiefgreifende soziale Krise? - Sozialismus Hamburg / Supplement. Germany: VSA: Verlag Hamburg.

Edited Books

  • Fridell, G., Konings, M. (2013). Age of Icons: Exploring Philanthrocapitalism in the Contemporary World. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Konings, M. (2010). The Great Credit Crash. United Kingdom: Verso.
  • Panitch, L., Konings, M. (2009). American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Book Chapters

  • Konings, M. (2013). Austerity's Redemptive Promise. In Tony Bennett (Eds.), challenging (the) humanities, (pp. 117-133). North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Fridell, G., Konings, M. (2013). Introduction: Neoliberal Capitalism as the Age of Icons. In Gavin Fridell, Martijn Konings (Eds.), Age of Icons: Exploring Philanthrocapitalism in the Contemporary World, (pp. 3-25). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Konings, M. (2012). Neoliberalism and the State. In Damien Cahill, Lindy Edwards, Frank Stilwell (Eds.), Neoliberalism: Beyond the Free Market, (pp. 54-66). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Konings, M. (2011). The Global Financial Crisis. In Argyrous, G. and Stilwell, F (Eds.), Readings in Political Economy: Economics as a Social Science, (pp. 7-10). Prahran: Tilde University Press.
  • Engelen, E., Konings, M. (2010). Financial Capitalism Resurgent: Comparative Institutionalism and the Challenges of Financialization. In G Morgan, J Campbell, C Crouch, O K Pedersen, R Whitely (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Institutional Analysis, (pp. 601-624). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Konings, M. (2010). Introduction: The Great Credit Crash. In Martijn Konings (Eds.), The Great Credit Crash, (pp. ix-xvi). United Kingdom: Verso.
  • Konings, M. (2010). Rethinking Neoliberalism and the Crisis: Beyond the Re-regulation Agenda. In Martijn Konings (Eds.), The Great Credit Crash, (pp. 3-30). United Kingdom: Verso.
  • Panitch, L., Konings, M., Gindin, S., Aquanno, S. (2009). The Political Economy of the Subprime Crisis. In Leo Panitch and Martijn Konings (Eds.), American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance, (pp. 253-292). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Konings, M. (2008). American Finance and Empire in Historical Perspective. In Leo Panitch and Martijn Konings (Eds.), American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance, (pp. 48-68). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Panitch, L., Konings, M. (2008). Demystifying Imperial Finance. In Leo Panitch and Martijn Konings (Eds.), American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance, (pp. 1-13). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Konings, M., Panitch, L. (2008). The Politics of Imperial Finance. In Leo Panitch and Martijn Konings (Eds.), American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance, (pp. 223-250). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Konings, M. (2007). Monetarism in the US: The Development of New Forms of Federal Reserve Control over Banks and Financial Markets. In Libby Assassi, Duncan Wigan, Anastasia Nesvetailova (Eds.), Global Finance in the New Century: Beyond Deregulation, (pp. 151-165). United States: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Konings, M. (2005). The United States in the Post-War Global Political Economy: Another Look at the Brenner Debate. In David Coates (Eds.), Varieties of Capitalism, Varieties of Approaches, (pp. 189-210). United States: Palgrave Macmillan.

Journals

  • Konings, M. (2014). Financial Affect. Distinktion: tidsskrift for samfundsteori (Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory), 15(1), 37-53. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2012). Imagined Double Movements: Progressive Thought and the Specter of Neoliberal Populism. Globalizations, 9(4), 609-622. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2011). Money as Icon. Theory and Event: an online journal of political theory, 14(3).
  • Konings, M. (2011). Post-GFC Fantasies. Australian Review of Public Affairs, December 2011, Online-Online.
  • Konings, M. (2011). The social selves of neoliberal capitalism. Journal of Political Power, 4(2), 317-326.
  • Engele, E., Konings, M., Fernandez, R. (2010). Geographies of financialization in disarray: The dutch case in comparative perspective. Economic Geography, 86(1), 53-73.
  • Konings, M. (2010). Neoliberalism and the American state. Critical Sociology, 36(5), 741-765. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2010). Renewing State Theory. Politics (Oxford), 30(3), 174-182.
  • Konings, M. (2010). Social Scientists and Economic Life at the Start of the Twenty-First Century. Australian Journal of Political Science, 45(4), 713-718. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2010). The Pragmatic Sources of Modern Power. Archives Europeennes de Sociologie, L1(1), 55-91.
  • Panitch, L., Konings, M. (2009). Myths of Neoliberal Deregulation. New Left Review, 57, 67-83.
  • Konings, M. (2009). Rethinking Neoliberalism and the Subprime Crisis: Beyond the Re-regulation Agenda. Competition and Change, 13(2), 108-127.
  • Konings, M. (2009). The Construction of US Financial Power. Review of International Studies, 35(1), 69-94.
  • Konings, M. (2009). The ups and downs of a liberal consciousness, or, why Paul Krugman should learn to tarry with the negative. Ephemera: theory and politics in organization, 9(4), 350-356.
  • Konings, M. (2008). European finance in the American mirror: financial change and the reconfiguration of competitiveness. Contemporary Politics, 14(3), 253-275. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2008). The institutional foundations of US structural power in international finance: From the re-emergence of global finance to the monetarist turn. Review of International Political Economy, 15(1), 35-61. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2008). The rise of activist investors and patterns of political responses: lessons on agency. Socio-Economic Review, 6(4), 611-636. [More Information]
  • Konings, M., Panitch, L. (2008). US Financial Power in Crisis. Historical Materialism: research in critical Marxist theory, 16(4), 3-34. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2007). Simon Clarke's Theory of Crisis: A Critique. Studies in Marxism, 11, 5-20.
  • Konings, M. (2005). Political Institutions and Economic Imperatives: Bringing Agency Back In. Research in Political Economy, 22, 85-130. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Konings, M. (2009). Rethinking the Crisis: Beyond the Re-regulation Agenda. A Crisis Like No Other? Symposium 2009, Australia: The Australian Working Group in Financialisation (AWGF).

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Konings, M. (2013). Democratic Empire. Jacobin: a magazine of culture and polemic.

2014

  • Konings, M. (2014). Financial Affect. Distinktion: tidsskrift for samfundsteori (Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory), 15(1), 37-53. [More Information]

2013

  • Fridell, G., Konings, M. (2013). Age of Icons: Exploring Philanthrocapitalism in the Contemporary World. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Konings, M. (2013). Austerity's Redemptive Promise. In Tony Bennett (Eds.), challenging (the) humanities, (pp. 117-133). North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Konings, M. (2013). Democratic Empire. Jacobin: a magazine of culture and polemic.
  • Fridell, G., Konings, M. (2013). Introduction: Neoliberal Capitalism as the Age of Icons. In Gavin Fridell, Martijn Konings (Eds.), Age of Icons: Exploring Philanthrocapitalism in the Contemporary World, (pp. 3-25). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

2012

  • Konings, M. (2012). Imagined Double Movements: Progressive Thought and the Specter of Neoliberal Populism. Globalizations, 9(4), 609-622. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2012). Neoliberalism and the State. In Damien Cahill, Lindy Edwards, Frank Stilwell (Eds.), Neoliberalism: Beyond the Free Market, (pp. 54-66). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

2011

  • Konings, M. (2011). Money as Icon. Theory and Event: an online journal of political theory, 14(3).
  • Konings, M. (2011). Post-GFC Fantasies. Australian Review of Public Affairs, December 2011, Online-Online.
  • Konings, M. (2011). The Development of American Finance. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Konings, M. (2011). The Global Financial Crisis. In Argyrous, G. and Stilwell, F (Eds.), Readings in Political Economy: Economics as a Social Science, (pp. 7-10). Prahran: Tilde University Press.
  • Konings, M. (2011). The social selves of neoliberal capitalism. Journal of Political Power, 4(2), 317-326.

2010

  • Engelen, E., Konings, M. (2010). Financial Capitalism Resurgent: Comparative Institutionalism and the Challenges of Financialization. In G Morgan, J Campbell, C Crouch, O K Pedersen, R Whitely (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Institutional Analysis, (pp. 601-624). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Engele, E., Konings, M., Fernandez, R. (2010). Geographies of financialization in disarray: The dutch case in comparative perspective. Economic Geography, 86(1), 53-73.
  • Konings, M. (2010). Introduction: The Great Credit Crash. In Martijn Konings (Eds.), The Great Credit Crash, (pp. ix-xvi). United Kingdom: Verso.
  • Konings, M. (2010). Neoliberalism and the American state. Critical Sociology, 36(5), 741-765. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2010). Renewing State Theory. Politics (Oxford), 30(3), 174-182.
  • Konings, M. (2010). Rethinking Neoliberalism and the Crisis: Beyond the Re-regulation Agenda. In Martijn Konings (Eds.), The Great Credit Crash, (pp. 3-30). United Kingdom: Verso.
  • Konings, M. (2010). Social Scientists and Economic Life at the Start of the Twenty-First Century. Australian Journal of Political Science, 45(4), 713-718. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2010). The Great Credit Crash. United Kingdom: Verso.
  • Konings, M. (2010). The Pragmatic Sources of Modern Power. Archives Europeennes de Sociologie, L1(1), 55-91.

2009

  • Panitch, L., Konings, M. (2009). American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Panitch, L., Konings, M. (2009). Myths of Neoliberal Deregulation. New Left Review, 57, 67-83.
  • Konings, M. (2009). Rethinking Neoliberalism and the Subprime Crisis: Beyond the Re-regulation Agenda. Competition and Change, 13(2), 108-127.
  • Konings, M. (2009). Rethinking the Crisis: Beyond the Re-regulation Agenda. A Crisis Like No Other? Symposium 2009, Australia: The Australian Working Group in Financialisation (AWGF).
  • Konings, M. (2009). The Construction of US Financial Power. Review of International Studies, 35(1), 69-94.
  • Panitch, L., Konings, M., Gindin, S., Aquanno, S. (2009). The Political Economy of the Subprime Crisis. In Leo Panitch and Martijn Konings (Eds.), American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance, (pp. 253-292). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Konings, M. (2009). The ups and downs of a liberal consciousness, or, why Paul Krugman should learn to tarry with the negative. Ephemera: theory and politics in organization, 9(4), 350-356.

2008

  • Konings, M. (2008). American Finance and Empire in Historical Perspective. In Leo Panitch and Martijn Konings (Eds.), American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance, (pp. 48-68). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Panitch, L., Konings, M. (2008). Demystifying Imperial Finance. In Leo Panitch and Martijn Konings (Eds.), American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance, (pp. 1-13). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Konings, M. (2008). European finance in the American mirror: financial change and the reconfiguration of competitiveness. Contemporary Politics, 14(3), 253-275. [More Information]
  • Konings, M., Panitch, L. (2008). Finanzmacht USA: die Instabilität der Märkte: technisches Problem des Finanzmanagements oder tiefgreifende soziale Krise? - Sozialismus Hamburg / Supplement. Germany: VSA: Verlag Hamburg.
  • Konings, M. (2008). The institutional foundations of US structural power in international finance: From the re-emergence of global finance to the monetarist turn. Review of International Political Economy, 15(1), 35-61. [More Information]
  • Konings, M., Panitch, L. (2008). The Politics of Imperial Finance. In Leo Panitch and Martijn Konings (Eds.), American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance, (pp. 223-250). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Konings, M. (2008). The rise of activist investors and patterns of political responses: lessons on agency. Socio-Economic Review, 6(4), 611-636. [More Information]
  • Konings, M., Panitch, L. (2008). US Financial Power in Crisis. Historical Materialism: research in critical Marxist theory, 16(4), 3-34. [More Information]

2007

  • Konings, M. (2007). Monetarism in the US: The Development of New Forms of Federal Reserve Control over Banks and Financial Markets. In Libby Assassi, Duncan Wigan, Anastasia Nesvetailova (Eds.), Global Finance in the New Century: Beyond Deregulation, (pp. 151-165). United States: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Konings, M. (2007). Simon Clarke's Theory of Crisis: A Critique. Studies in Marxism, 11, 5-20.

2005

  • Konings, M. (2005). Political Institutions and Economic Imperatives: Bringing Agency Back In. Research in Political Economy, 22, 85-130. [More Information]
  • Konings, M. (2005). The United States in the Post-War Global Political Economy: Another Look at the Brenner Debate. In David Coates (Eds.), Varieties of Capitalism, Varieties of Approaches, (pp. 189-210). United States: Palgrave Macmillan.

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