Ewald Engelen is full professor in financial geography at Amsterdam University (UvA). His research focuses on financialisation and the political aspects of the financial crisis. Next to his work as researcher, Ewald writes as a columnist for the weekly magazine De Groene Amsterdammer and he is politically active for the Party of the Animals. In 2016 he wrote together with Marianne Thieme the book The Canary in the Coal Mine.
- “Don’t mind the funding gap. What Dutch post crisis story telling tells us about elite politics in financialized capitalism”, Environment & Planning 47:8 (2015) 1606-1623.
- (with I. Ertürk, J. Froud, S. Johal, A. Leaver, M. Moran en K. Williams), “Misrule of Experts? The Financial Crisis as Elite Debacle”, Economy & Society 41:3 (2013) 360-382.
- (with I. Ertürk, J. Froud, S. Johal, A. Leaver, M. Moran, A. Nilsson en K. Williams), After the Great Complacence. Financial Crisis and the Politics of Reform (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2011).
- (with M. Konings), “Financial Capitalism Resurgent. Comparative Institutionalism and the Challenges of Financialization” in: G. Morgan, J. Campbell, C. Crouch, P. Hull Kristensen, O. Kai Pedersen & R. Whitley (red.) The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Institutional Analysis (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2010) 601-624.
- (with M. Konings en R. Fernandez), “Geographies of Financialization in Disarray. The Dutch Case in Comparative Perspective”, Economic Geography 86:1 (2010) 53-73.
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