Peer-reviewed articles

Chen, M. & J. Petry (2023) What about the dragon in the room? Incorporating China into international political economy (IPE) teaching. Review of International Political Economy (open access).

Pape, F. & J. Petry (2023) East Asia and the politics of global finance: a developmental challenge to the neoliberal consensus? Review of International Political Economy (open access) (this paper was discussed in/by the China Times, Commercial Times, Yahoo and Asia Global Institute).

Petry, J. (2022) ‘Beyond ports, roads and railways: Chinese economic statecraft, the Belt and Road Initiative and the politics of financial infrastructures‘, European Journal of International Relations (open access) (this paper was discussed in/by the official report of the Munich Security Conference).

Petry, J., K. Koddenbrock & A. Nölke (2021) ‘State capitalism and capital markets: Comparing securities exchanges in emerging marketsEnvironment and Planning A: Economy & Space, online first (open access) (this paper was discussed in/by The Conversation, Asia Times, Yahoo, LawFare Blog & Moneyweb).

Petry, J. (2021) ‘Same same, but different: Varieties of capital markets, Chinese state capitalism & the global financial order’, Competition & Change, 25(5): 605-630 (open access) (this paper was discussed by the East Asia Forum, Economic Sociology & Political Economy, The Conversation, Yahoo & Asia Times).

Petry, J., J. Fichtner & E. Heemskerk (2021) ‘Steering capital: The growing private authority of index providers in the age of passive asset management’, Review of International Political Economy, 28(1): 152-176 (open access) (this paper was discussed in/by Financial Times, Bloomberg, Forbes, Washington Post, BBC Business, Guardian, Investment & Pension Europe, Brussels Morning, Medium, Morningstar, Jacobin, The National Interest, Notes on the Crisis, Yahoo, Lexology, TabbFORUM, Developing Economics, ForeignAffairs & Financiel Dagblad).

Petry, J. (2021) ‘From national marketplaces to global providers of financial infrastructures: Exchanges, infrastructure and power in global finance’, New Political Economy, 26(4): 574-597 (open access) (this paper was discussed in/by Financial Times, ETF Stream (2x), Business Standard, Brussels Morning, TabbFORUM, Yahoo Finance, Brave New Europe, Net Interest).

Petry, J. (2020) ‘Financialization with Chinese characteristics: Exchanges, control and capital markets in authoritarian capitalism’, Economy & Society, 49(2): 213-238 (open access) (this paper was discussed in/by the East Asia Forum, ETF Stream, Developing Economics, Economic Sociology & Political Economy, The Conversation, Yahoo & Asia Times).

Dutta, S., F. Pape, R. Kremers & J. Petry (2020) ‘Critical macro-finance: An introduction’, Finance & Society, 6(1): 34-44 (open access).

Dutta, S., F. Pape, R. Kremers & J. Petry (2020) Special Forum on ‘Critical macro-finance’, Finance & Society, 6(1) (open access).

Other academic publications

Fichtner, J, R. Jaspert & J. Petry (2023)  Mind the ESG Gaps: Transmission Mechanisms and the Governance of and by Sustainable Finance. Danish Institute for International Studies, DIIS Working Paper 2023-04.

Petry, J (2022) Global financial reallocation towards China: Implications for the liberal financial script. SCRIPTS Working Paper No. 17. Berlin: “Contestations of the Liberal Script” Cluster of Excellence.

Fichtner, J, E. Heemskerk & J. Petry (2022) ‘The new gatekeepers of financial claims: States, passive markets, and the growing power of index providers’, B. Braun & K. Koddenbrock (eds.) Capital claims: Following finance across borders (RIPE Series). London: Routledge; in press (pre-print).

Petry, J. (2020) ‘Securities exchanges: Subjects & agents of financialization’, P. Mader, D. Mertens & N. van der Zwan (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Financialization. London: Routledge, 253-264 (pre-print).

Petry, J. (2019) ‘Schmalz, Stefan (2018): Machtverschiebungen im Weltsystem. Der Aufstieg Chinas und die große Krise’ (book review), Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 61(1), 219-221 (pre-print).

Petry, J. (2018) ‘Investor trust, uncertainty and markets: Progress and challenges in the internationalisation of China’s capital markets’, China Watch, 28 (3/2018), 31-35.

Petry, J. (2018) ‘投资者信任、不确定与市场:中国资本市场国际化国家化进程中的发展与挑战’, 中国观, 78 期(2018 年第3 期总第), 25-27. [China Watch translation]

Non-academic publications

Fichtner, J, R. Jaspert & J. Petry (2023) What needs to change for green funds to be truly green. Danish Institute for International Studies, DIIS Policy Brief, 14 March.

Trinkle, A., F. Garten, J. Petry, B. Yang & Y. Zhang (2022) How to successfully carry out China Research in challenging times – A perspective from junior scholars. SCRIPTS Think Piece No. 14, Berlin: SCRIPTS Cluster of Excellence.

Nölke, A., K. Koddenbrock & J. Petry (2022) Capital markets in emerging countries: state-capitalist stock exchanges? SAFE Leibniz Institute for Financial Research, 18 February.

Petry, J. (2021) China’s tech and finance crackdown is a challenge to western ideas that cuts across developing world, The Conversation, 3 November.

Petry, J. (2021) U.S. Investment in China’s Capital Markets and Military-Industrial Complex. Expert Testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC), 19 March (discussed in/by the Financial Times, South China Morning Post).

Fichtner, J. & J. Petry (2021) The New “Passive” Wall Street Counterparts for States in the Global South. Developing Economics, 5 January.

Petry, J. (2020) Finance under state capitalism: Re-conceptualising capital markets through China’s financial transformation, ES/PE –Economic Sociology & Political Economy, 15 December.

Petry, J., J. Fichtner & E. Heemskerk (2020) It’s the index, stupid! Our New Not-So-Neutral Financial Market Arbiters. Notes on the Crisis, 12 December.

Petry, J. (2020) Financial opening with Chinese characteristics. East Asia Forum, 21 November.

Fichtner, J, E. Heemskerk & J. Petry (2020) ‘Guest Viewpoint: The growing influence of index providersInvestment & Pension Europe, September (Magazine).

Petry, J. (2020) ‘London Stock Exchange vs EU: Refinitiv battle reveals unease over power of modern stock markets‘ The Conversation, 28 August.

Petry, J. (2020) ‘Why do financial infrastructures matter? The structural power of exchanges in global financePolitical Economy Research Centre, 13 July.

Petry, J. (2020) ‘Wall Street beyond the Chinese Wall: Market infrastructures and the slow opening of China’s capital markets‘, ETF Stream, 25 June.

Dutta, S., R. Kremers, F. Pape & J. Petry (2020) ‘Critical macro-finance: Eine Einführung‘, Dezernat Zukunft, 25 June.

Petry, J.(2020) ‘Financializing state capitalism: Exchanges, financial infrastructures & the active management of capital markets in China‘, Developing Economics, 10 June.

Fichtner, J, E. Heemskerk & J. Petry (2020) ‘Three financial firms could change the direction of the climate crisis – and few people have any idea‘ The Conversation, 24 February (with J. Fichtner & E. Heemskerk).

Fichtner, J, E. Heemskerk & J. Petry (2020) ‘Index funds might sound boring. But who decides which countries and companies to include?Washington Post, 8 January (with J. Fichtner & E. Heemskerk).

Petry, J. (2019) ‘China, state capitalism & the global financial order‘, Centre for International Policy Studies, University of Ottawa, 11 May 2019.

Petry, J. (2017) “Why does fieldwork matter? Some reflections on immersion, the everyday and knowledge creation from researching financial markets in Hong Kong”, Social Science Works, 10 November.

Petry, J. (2016) “Intellectual monocultures, black swans & the failure of economics: lessons from the global financial crisis and austerity”, Social Science Works, 7 November.

Kaja, O & J. Petry (2016) “The ECB’s corporate bond purchase programme: More distortions”, Deutsche Bank Research, 14 June (this paper was discussed in/by Die Welt and El Economista).

Deutsche Börse (2015) Corporate Report 2014. 16 March, Frankfurt (co-editor/author).

Deutsche Börse (2015) Deutsche Börse Group: From trading floor to electronic trading marketplace. June, Frankfurt (co-editor/co-author).

Petry, J. (2014) “Bailing out global finance: the origins and consequences of ‘too big to fail’”, Pinpoint Politics, 4 February.

Petry, J. (2013) “Constructing the Eurozone crisis: a tale of PIIGS, debt, and austerity”, Pinpoint Politics, 8 December.

Media interviews with the Financial Times (quoted), BBC Business (quoted), Wall Street Journal (not published), The Economist (not quoted), Barron’s (not quoted), ETF Stream (quoted), Trends (fortchcoming), The Wire China (quoted) and The Wire China (not quoted).

Working papers

Wall Street China Complex: state capitalism, liberal order & malleability of global finance

The emerging governance and regulation of green finance (with Jan Fichtner & Robin Jaspert)

State capitalism & the liberal financial order: contestation or convergence? (with Andreas Nölke)

Banks, exchanges & the politics of financial market infrastructures (with Lorenzo Genito)

[some papers not listed that are under review]

Work in progress

Contesting financial hegemony: China, US futures markets and commodity pricing power

Shareholding states? A comparative analysis of global equity ownership patterns

The rise of index capitalism (with Jan Fichtner, Jan de Koenig & Eeelke Heemskerk)

What is a developing country? Comparing the politics of status in finance, trade & climate (with Klaus Dingwerth & Clara Weinhardt)