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Number of items: 28.

2023

Does the US Tax Code Encourage Market Concentration? An Empirical Analysis of the Effect of the Corporate Tax Structure on Profit Shares and Shareholder Payouts
Hager, Sandy Brian and Baines, Joseph. (2023). Roosevelt Institute. December. pp. 1-20. (Report; English).

Capital as Death Denial
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2023). In Clickbait Capitalism: Economies of Desire in the Twenty-First Century. Edited by Samman, Amin and Gammon, Earl. Chapter 2. Manchester. Manchester University Press, pp. 41-60. (Book Chapter; English).

Rentiership and Intellectual Monopoly in Contemporary Capitalism: Conceptual Challenges and Empirical Possibilities
Baines, Joseph and Hager, Sandy Brian. (2023). City Political Economy Research Centre Working Paper Series. No. 2023-04. May. pp. 1-43. (Article - Working Paper; English).

2022

From Passive Owners to Planet Savers? Asset Managers, Carbon Majors and the Limits of Sustainable Finance
Baines, Joseph and Hager, Sandy Brian. (2022). CITYPERC Working Paper. No. 2022-04. February. pp. 1-17. (Article - Working Paper; English).

2021

A Requiem for Carbon Capitalism?
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2021). Sandy Brian Hager's Blog. 27 July. (Article - Magazine; English).

Commodity Traders in a Storm: Financialization, Corporate Power and Ecological Crisis
Baines, Joseph and Hager, Sandy Brian. (2021). Review of International Political Economy. 25 January. pp. 1-39. (Article - Journal; English).

The Great Debt Divergence and its Implications for the Covid-19 Crisis: Mapping Corporate Leverage as Power
Baines, Joseph and Hager, Sandy Brian. (2021). New Political Economy. OnlineFirst. January. pp. 1-17. (Article - Journal; English).

2020

Death Anxiety and the Political Economy of Power
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2020). Sandy Brian Hager's Blog. 10 August. (Article - Magazine; English).

The Political Economy of the Corporation: Sahil Jai Duta Interviews Sandy Brian Hager
Hager, Sandy Brian and Dutta, Sahil Jai. (2020). Political Economy Research Centre (PERC). 30 May. (Interview; English).

Financial Crisis, Inequality, and Capitalist Diversity: A Critique of the Capital as Power Model of the Stock Market
Baines, Joseph and Hager, Sandy Brian. (2020). New Political Economy. Vol. 25. No. 1. pp. 122-139. (Article - Journal; English).

The Tax Advantage of Big Business: How the Structure of Corporate Taxation Fuels Concentration and Inequality
Hager, Sandy Brian and Baines, Joseph. (2020). Politics & Society. Vol. 48. No. 2. pp. 275-305. (Article - Journal; English).

Varieties of Top Incomes
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2020). Socio-Economic Review. Vol. 18. No. 4. pp. 1175-1198. (Article - Journal; English).

2019

Jurisdictional Tax Rates. How the Corporate Tax System Fuels Concentration and Inequality
Hager, Sandy Brian and Baines, Joseph. (2019). Working Papers on Capital as Power. No. 2019/04. November. pp. 1-37. (Article - Working Paper; English).

2017

Trump and the Bond Market: Why a Flight From U.S. Treasuries Is Unlikely
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2017). Foreign Affairs. 22 December. (Article - Journal; English).

2016

A Podcast Interview with Sandy Hager on Public Debt and Inequality
Hager, Sandy Brian and Beasley, Betsy and Stein, David. (2016). Who Makes Cents? A History of Capitalism Podcast. 1 September. (Interview; English).

A Global Bond: Explaining the Safe-Haven Status of US Treasury Securities
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2016). European Journal of Inernational Relations. Online First. 25 July. pp. 1-24. (Article - Journal; English).

Public Debt, Inequality and Power. The Making of a Modern Debt State.
Hager, Sandy Brian (2016). Oakland, California. University of California Press. (Book; English).

2015

The Capitalist Mode of Power: Second Speaker Series
Bichler, Shimshon and Cochrane, DT and Fix, Blair and Hager, Sandy Brian and Nitzan, Jonathan. (2015). Political Science & Graduate Program in SPT. York University. Verney Room, 674 South Ross, Keele Campus of York University. October. (Other; English).

Public Debt as Corporate Power: Mapping the New Aristocracy of Finance
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2015). Working Papers on Capital as Power. No. 2015/01. January. pp. 1-24. (Article - Working Paper; English).

Corporate Ownership of the Public Debt: Mapping the New Aristocracy of Finance
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2015). Socio-Economic Review. Vol. 13. No. 3, July. pp. 505-523. (Article - Journal; English).

2014

Rethinking US Debt -- An Interview with Sandy Brian Hager
Hager, Sandy Brian and Sandronsky, Seth. (2014). Counterpunch. 4 March. (Interview; English).

2013

Public Debt, Ownership and Power: The Political Economy of Distribution and Redistribution
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2013). Unpublished PhD Dissertation. Political Science. York University. (Thesis; English).

Radio Interview with Sandy Brian Hager on America's Real 'Debt Dilemma'
Arnesen, Arnie and Hager, Sandy Brian. (2013). The Attitude, WNHN 94.7 FM. July. (Interview; English).

What Happened to the Bondholding Class? Public Debt, Power and the Top One Per Cent (Preprint)
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2013). New Political Economy. April. pp. 1-28. (Article - Journal; English).

America's Real 'Debt Dilemma'
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2013). Review of Capital as Power. Vol. 1. No. 1. pp. 41-62. (Article - Journal; English).

2012

Investment Bank Power and Neoliberal Regulation: From the Volcker Shock to the Volcker Rule (Preprint)
Hager, Sandy Brian. (2012). In Neoliberalism in Crisis. Edited by Overbeek, Henk and van Apeldoorn, Bastiaan. Palgrave Macmillan. (Book Chapter; English).

2011

"The Capitalist Mode of Power: Past, Present, Future": Conference Programme and Videos
Baines, Joseph and Hager, Sandy Brian and Ostojić, Mladen. (2011). (Other; English).

Call for Papers: "The Capitalist Mode of Power: Past, Present, Future"
Baines, Joseph and Hager, Sandy Brian and Ostojić, Mladen. (2011). (Other; English).

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