- Critical international political economy: Renewing critique and ontologies
- Accumulating the critical spirit: Rosa Luxemburg and critical IPE
- For a critical engagement with aesthetics in IPE: Revitalizing economic imagination in times of crisis
- The relevance of Nicos Poulantzas for contemporary debates on 'the international'
- The global and gendered dimensions of citizenship, community and 'cohesion'
- Where is the study of work in critical IPE?
- Re-thinking scales and culture: Rome and the city in and beyond IPE
- Christian 'Renewalism' and the production of global free market hegemony
- The relevance of understanding code to international political economy