Max Gallien
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Clickbait and impact: how academia has been hacked
P Roelofs, M Gallien
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2017
142017
Informal institutions and the regulation of smuggling in North Africa
M Gallien
Perspectives on Politics, 2019
102019
Is Tunisia really democratising? Progress, resistance, and an uncertain outlook
M Gallien, I Werenfels
DEU 13, 8, 2019
52019
A RISING TIDE
M HERBERT, MAX GALLIEN
22020
Unpacking Informality: Towards a Political Economy of Illegal Trade
M Gallien
Unpublished manuscript, 2015
22015
Border economies of the Middle East: why do they matter for political economy?
A Malik, M Gallien
Review of International Political Economy 27 (3), 732-762, 2020
12020
Smugglers and states: illegal trade in the political settlements of North Africa
M Gallien
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), 2020
12020
The handbook of smuggling
M Gallien, F Weigand
Routledge, 2020
2020
Tunesiens Demokratisierung: erhebliche Gegenbewegungen; gro▀e Fortschritte, alte Seilschaften, unklare Perspektiven
M Gallien, I Werenfels
DEU 7, 8, 2019
2019
Understanding Informal Economies in North Africa
M Gallien
Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 2018
2018
Tendencia editorial UR N˙mero 13
CR Reyes, P Roelofs, M Gallien, C Ayala Ochoa, A Braganša, G Sapiro, ...
Universidad del Rosario, 2018
2018
tendencia editorial
CR Reyes, P Roelofs, M Gallien, CA Ochoa, A Braganša, G Sapiro, ...
2018
A prize winning essay: Why it matters to understand the informal economy
M Gallien
International Development, 2017
2017
and Political Actors in the Maghreb and Sahel
JB Yahia, R Fabiani, M Gallien, M Herbert
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