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Bluhm, K. (2017): Zur Genese des neuen russischen Konservatismus, In: Russland-Analysen, Nr. 330 (2017), 2-7.


Glathe, J. (2017): Russia’s response to football hooliganism, ZOiS Spotlight 15/2017.


Lorenzen, J. (2017): Integration durch Mentoring. Jugendliche am Übergang von Schule in Ausbildung und Studium. Weinheim und Basel, Beltz Juventa.


Stypińska, J. and Gordo, L.R. (2017): Gender, age and migration: an intersectional approach to inequalities in the labour market. European Journal of Ageing, 1-11.


Özkiziltan, D. (voraussichtlich Herbst 2017): Turkish Industrial Relations at the Crossroads: Revisiting the History of Industrial Relations in the Early Post-War II Period, Journal of International Labour and Working Class History.

Varga, M. (2017): Cash rather than contract: The re-emergence of traditional agrifood chains in post-communist Europe. Journal of Rural Studies 53, 58-67.

Varga, M. (2016): Small Farms Survival and Growth: Making Investments Despite Credit Constraints. In: Sociologia Ruralis. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/soru.12149/abstract.


Bluhm, K. (2016): Machtgedanken. Ideologische Schlüsselkonzepte der neuen russischen Konservativen. In: Mittelweg 36, Zeitschrift des Hamburger Instituts für Sozialforschung 25(6), 56-75.

Bluhm, H. & Bluhm, K. (2016): „Bürokratischer Kältetod“ – Max Webers sozialwissenschaftliche Diagnose und sein anti-progressistischer Dekadenzglaube. In: Lehnert, Detlef (Hg.): Max Weber 1864-1920. Politik - Theorie - Weggefährten. Köln: Böhlau Verlag GmbH & Cie (Historische Demokratieforschung. Schriften der Hugo-Preuss-Stiftung und der Paul-Löbe-Stiftung, 10), 217-246.

Bluhm, K. (2016): Modernisierung, Geopolitik und die neuen russischen Konservativen. In: Leviathan, Berliner Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaften 44(1), 36-64.

Bluhm, K.; Trappmann, V. (2015): Corporate Social Responsibility and Executives’ Attitudes in Germany, Poland and Hungary In Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology 6:2(12), 7-36.

Töpfer, J. (2015): Concepts of Religion and the State: An Application to South-Eastern Europe In: Julia Gerlach and Jochen Töpfer (eds.): The Role of Religion in Eastern Europe Today; Springer VS, 21-54.

Stypinska, J. (2015): Starszy pracownik na rynku pracy w Polsce: 40+? 50+? Czy tylko „plus”?,(Older worker on a Polish labour market: 40 +? 50+ ? or just a "plus"? Studia Socjologiczne (vol 2), 143-165.
Stypinska, J.; Perek-Bialas, J. and Turek, K. (2015): Social-economic status in ageing Poland: A case of cumulative advantages and disadvantages In: Komp, K. and Johansson, S. (Hg.): Population Ageing from a Lifecourse Perspective.
Varga, M. (2015): Trade unions and austerity in Central and Eastern Europe: Did they do something about it? Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research 21(3), 313-326.
Hofmann, T.: The Genocide against the Ottoman Armenians: German Diplomatic Correspondenceand Eyewitness Testimonies. In: ”Genocide Studies International", 9, 1 (Spring 2015), 22-60.
Varga, M. (2014): Hungary's "Anti-Capitalist" Far Right: Jobbik and the Hungarian Guard. Nationalities Papers 42(5): 791-807.
Varga, M. (2014, with Annette Freyberg-Inan): Post-communist state measures to thwart organized labor: The case of Romania. Economic and Industrial Democracy 35, doi: 10.1177/0143831X14548770 .
Varga, M. (2014): Worker Protests in Post-communist Romania and Ukraine: Striking with tied hands. Manchester, Manchester University Press. 272 S.

Savvidis, T. (2013): Post-Soviet Migration from Central Asia to Russia: Specifics and Perception. Presented at the conference «Ислам и Россия: культурные традиции и современные вызовы», St. Petersburg. 

Varga, M. (2013): Strategies of Disruption: Factory Unions Facing Asset-Strippers in Post-Communist Romania and Ukraine.Industrial and Labor Relations Review, vol. 66(5), p. 1212-1233.

Varga, M. (2013): Refocusing studies of post-communist trade unions. European Journal if Industrial Relations, vol. 19(2), p. 109-125

Hofmann, T.: Armenien und der Zerfall der UdSSR. In: Malek, Martin; Schor-Tschudnowskaja, Anna (Hg.): Der Zerfall der Sowjetunion: Ursachen - Begleiterscheinungen – Hintergründe. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2013, 381-401.


Bluhm, K.; Martens, B.; Trappmann, V. (Hrsg) (2013): Business Leaders and New Varieties of Capitalism in Post-Communist Europe. Routledge. 272 S.

Varga, M. (2013): “Working-Class Heresies”: Ideology in Protests of Ukrainian Workers During the World Economic Crisis 2009–2012. Debatte:Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, Volume 20 (2-3), p. 107-124.


Lane, D. (Hrsg.) (2012): Elites and Identities in Post-Soviet Space. Routledge Europe-Asia Studies. 214 S.


Varga, M.; Freyberg-Inan, A. (2012): The Threat of Selective Democracy: Popular dissatisfaction and exclusionary strategy of elites in East Central and Southeastern Europe. South-Eastern Europe 36(3): p. 349-372.


Töpfer, J. (2012): Politische Eliten in Slowenien und Makedonien. Rationale oder symbolische Politik? VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. 359 S.


Hofmann, T.: Religion in Armenien. In: Porsche-Ludwig, Markus; Bellers, Jürgen (Hg.): Handbuch der Religionen der Welt. Bd. 2. Nordhausen: Verlag Traugott Bautz GmbH, 2012, 987-995.



Bluhm, K.; Martens, B.; Trappmann, V. (2011): Business Elites and the Role of Companies in Society. A Comparative Study in Poland, Hungary and Germany. In:  European-Asia Studies, 63 (6), 1011-1032.



Hofmann, T.; Bjørnlund, M.; Meichanetsidis, V. (Eds.): Genocide against the Ottoman Greeks: Studies on the State-Sponsored Campaign of Extermination of the Christians of Asia Minor, 1912-1922 and Its Aftermath: History, Law, Memory. New York: Melissa International Ltd., 2011. 512 p.

Genov, N.; Savvidis, T. (Eds.): Trans-Boundary Migration in the Post-Soviet Space: Three Comparative Case Studies. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, 2011. 245 p.

Bluhm, K.; Martens, B. (2011): The Restoration  of a Family Capitalism in East Germany and Some Possible Consequences. In: I. Stamm; P. Breitschmidt; M. Kohli (Hg.): Doing Succession in Europe. Generationl Transfers in Family Businesses in Comparative Perspective. Zürich: Schulthess, 129-152.



Hofmann, T.: One Nation, Three Sub-Ethnic Groups: The Case of Armenia and her Diaspora. With a Foreword by Prof Dr Gevorg Poghosyan. Yerevan: Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Law of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia, 2011. 191 S.

Hofmann, T.: ‚Cold Cases‘ of Genocide: The Meaning and Limits of Genocide Recognition by Legislative Bodies. In: Harutyunyan, Aram (Ed.): The Crime of genocide: Prevention, Condemnation and Elimination of Consequences. Proceedings of International Conference Yerevan, December 14-15, 2010. Yerevan: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia, 2011, 64-73