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May, Christopher (2018) Book review: A research agenda for neoliberalism by Kean Birch. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

May, Christopher (2017) Book review: how economics professors can stop failing us: the discipline at a crossroads by Steven Payson. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Nov 2017). Website.

May, Christopher (2017) Book review: following Searle on Twitter: how words create digital institutions by Adam Hodgkin. LSE Review of Books (11 Sep 2017). Website.

May, Christopher (2017) Book review: the limits of the market: the pendulum between government and market by Paul de Grauwe. LSE Review of Books (21 Mar 2017). Website.

May, Christopher (2016) Book review: the end of ownership: personal property in the digital economy by Aaron Perzanowski and Jason Schultz. LSE Review of Books (16 Dec 2016). Blog Entry.

May, Christopher (2016) Book review: the international politics of fashion: being fab in a dangerous world by Andreas Behnke. LSE Review of Books (07 Oct 2016). Website.

May, Christopher (2016) Book review: after the crisis: anthropological thought, neoliberalism and the aftermath edited by James G. Carrier. LSE Review of Books (01 Sep 2016). Website.

May, Christopher (2016) Book review: taxing the rich: a history of fiscal fairness in the United States and Europe by Kenneth Scheve and David Stasavage. LSE Review of Books (05 Jul 2016). Website.

May, Christopher (2016) Book review: The sharing economy: the end of employment and the rise of crowd-based capitalism by Arun Sundararajan. LSE Review of Books (31 May 2016). Website.

May, Christopher (2016) Book review: how industry analysts shape the digital future by Neil Pollock and Robin Williams. LSE Review of Books (21 Apr 2016). Website.

May, Christopher (2016) The role of corporations in global governance remains a much overlooked area of study. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Mar 2016). Website.

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