Damian Raess
Damian Raess
Professor of International Political Economy, ESPOL, Université Catholique de Lille
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How (and why) is this time different? The politics of economic crisis in Western Europe and the United States
J Pontusson, D Raess
Annual Review of Political Science 15, 13-33, 2012
Protecting labor rights in preferential trade agreements: The role of trade unions, left governments, and skilled labor
D Raess, A Dür, D Sari
The Review of International Organizations 13 (2), 143-162, 2018
Flexible Work and Immigration in Europe
D Raess, B Burgoon
British Journal of Industrial Relations 53 (1), 94-111, 2015
The dogs that sometimes bark: Globalization and works council bargaining in Germany
D Raess, B Burgoon
European Journal of Industrial Relations 12 (3), 287-309, 2006
The politics of fiscal policy during economic downturns, 1981–2010
D Raess, J Pontusson
European Journal of Political Research 54 (1), 1-22, 2015
Labor Provisions in Trade Agreements (LABPTA): Introducing a New Dataset
D Raess, D Sari
Global Policy 9 (4), 451-466, 2018
Labor clauses in trade agreements: Hidden protectionism?
C Carrère, M Olarreaga, D Raess
The Review of International Organizations 17 (3), 453–483, 2022
Chinese investment and European labor: should and do workers fear Chinese FDI?
B Burgoon, D Raess
Asia Europe Journal 12, 179-197, 2014
Globalization and working time: Working hours and flexibility in Germany
B Burgoon, D Raess
Politics & Society 37 (4), 554-575, 2009
Globalization and why the ‘time is ripe’for the transformation of German industrial relations
D Raess
Review of International Political Economy 13 (3), 449-479, 2006
Measuring wages worldwide: exploring the potentials and constraints of volunteer web surveys
S Steinmetz, D Raess, K Tijdens, P de Pedraza
Advancing research methods with new technologies, 100-119, 2013
Hidden Strings Attached? Chinese (Commercially-oriented) Foreign Aid and International Political Alignment
D Raess, W Ren, P Wagner
Foreign Policy Analysis 18 (3), orac010, 2022
Does the global economy mean more sweat? Trade, investment, migration and working hours in Europe
B Burgoon, D Raess
Socio-economic review 9 (4), 699-727, 2011
Export dependence and institutional change in wage bargaining in Germany
D Raess
International Studies Quarterly 58 (2), 282-294, 2014
The demand-side politics of China’s global buying spree: managers' attitudes toward Chinese inward FDI flows in comparative perspective
D Raess
Review of International Political Economy 28 (6), 1555-1581, 2021
Labor Market Regulations
D Raess, D Sari
Handbook of Deep Trade Agreements (Chapter 19), 583-606, 2020
Labor Market Regulations
D Raess, D Sari
[Data Collection]. World Bank’s Deep Trade Agreements database. https …, 2020
Globalization and Austerity: Flipping Partisan Effects on Fiscal Policy During (Recent) International Crises
D Raess
Political Studies 71 (2), 332-358, 2023
International Trade, Investment, and the Sustainable Development Goals
C Beverelli, J Kurtz, D Raess (Eds)
Cambridge University Press, 2020
Labour (and environmental) provisions in FTAs: What do they do?
D Raess
The future of sustainable development chapters in EU free trade agreements, 7-17, 2018
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