BOOKS (PEER REVIEWED)

(2013, co–authored with Martin Myant) Tranzitivní ekonomiky: Politická ekonomie Ruska, východní Evropy a střední Asie (a revised version of Transition economies in Czech). Prague: Academia, ISBN 978-80-200-2268-4.
(2011, co–authored with Martin Myant) Transition economies: Political economy in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley–Blackwell, ISBN 978–0–470–59619–7 (416 p.) [Reviews available at http://bit.ly/tranec.]
(2009) Globalization and the state in Central and Eastern Europe: The politics of foreign direct investment. London: Routledge, ISBN 978–0–415–59027–3 (paperback) 978–0–415–46603–5 (hardback) 978–0–203–89208–4 (electronic) (255 p.). [Reviews available at http://bit.ly/globcee]

EDITED VOLUMES AND JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUES

(2017, editor, with Maria Jepsen) Special issue of Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 23(3). Digitalization and its implications for labour (ISSN 1024-2589).
(2017, editor, with Maria Jepsen) Special issue of Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 23(2). Digitalization and the platform economy (ISSN 1024-2589).
(2017, edited) Chinese foreign direct investment in Europe: Corporate strategies and labour relations. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute.
(2016, co-edited with Rutvica Andrijasevic & Devi Sacchetto) Flexible workforces and low profit margins: Electronics assembly between Europe and China. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute.
(2015, edited) 유럽연합(EU) 아웃소싱과 노동조합의 도전파편화된 생산네트워크의 조직화 구. Seoul and Brussels: Federation of Korean Trade Unions and European Trade Union Institute, ISBN 978-89-6337-151-1 (301 pp., Korean version of The outsourcing challenge).
(2015, edited) The outsourcing challenge: Organizing workers across fragmented production networks. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute, ISBN 978-2-87452-366-3 (293 p.).
(2015, co-edited with Béla Galgóczi & Magdalena Bernaciak) Foreign investment in eastern and southern Europe after 2008: Still a lever of growth? Brussels: European Trade Union Institute, ISBN 978-2-87452-390-8 (377 p.).
(2014, co–edited with Martin Myant) Transition Economies after 2008: Responses to crisis in Russia and Eastern Europe. London: Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-74544-4.
(2013, editor, with Martin Myant) Special issue of Europe-Asia Studies, 65(3). Transition Economies after the Crisis of 2008 (ISSN 0966–8136).
(2008, co–edited with Bastiaan van Apeldoorn & Laura Horn) Contradictions and limits of neoliberal European governance: From Lisbon to Lisbon. Basingstoke: Palgrave, ISBN 978–0230537095 (322  p.).


JOURNAL ARTICLES (PEER REVIEWED)

(2017, with Agnieszka Piasna) Gender inequalities in the new world of work. Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 23(3) forthcoming (ISSN 1024-2589).
(2017, with Maria Jepsen) Introduction to the special issue on digitalization and platforms. Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 23(2) forthcoming (ISSN 1024-2589).
(2015, with Martin Myant) Labour’s legal resources after 2004: the role of the European Union. Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 21(3) 327–341 (ISSN 1024-2589).
(2015, with Martin Myant and Stefan Domonkos) The politics of flexibility: Employment practices in automotive multinationals in Central and Eastern Europe. European Journal of Industrial Relations, 21(3), 223–240: (ISSN 0959-6801).
(2015) Class in Czechia: The Legacy of Stratification Research. East European Politics & Societies, 29(3), 577-587 (ISSN: 0888-3254).
(2014) Decision-making in multinational corporations: Key issues in international business strategy. Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 20(2), 199-215 (ISSN 1024-2589).
(2013, with Martin Myant and Ivan Lesay) Political economy of crisis management in East-Central European countries. Europe-Asia Studies, 65(3), 383-410 (ISSN 0966–8136). [Highlighted as ‘Topical for 2013’.]
(2013, with Martin Myant) Transition Economies after the Crisis of 2008: Actors and Policies. Europe-Asia Studies, 65(3), 373-382 (ISSN 0966–8136).
(2012, with Stefan Domonkos) Averting the funding–gap crisis: East European pension reforms after 2008. Global Social Policy, 12(3), 283–299 (ISSN 1468-0181). [Ranked as a ‘Most Cited’ article.]
(2012, with Martin Myant) Transition indicators of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development: A doubtful guide to economic success. Competition and Change, 16(1), 69–75 (ISSN 1024–5294).
(2012, with Martin Myant) International integration, varieties of capitalism, and resilience to crisis in transition economies. Europe–Asia Studies, 64(1), 1–33 (ISSN 0966–8136) [Lead article, ‘Topical for 2012’].
(2012) Beyond lock–in versus evolution, towards punctuated co–evolution: On Ron Martin's ‘Rethinking regional path dependence’ International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 36(1), 166–171 (ISSN 0309–1317).
(2011, with Paweł Capik) Foreign direct investments in business services: Transforming the Visegrád Four region into a knowledge–based economy? European Planning Studies, 19(9), 1611–1631 (ISSN 0965–4313).
(2010, with Martin Myant) Varieties of Capitalism, Varieties of Vulnerabilities: Financial Crisis and its Impact on Welfare States in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. Historical Social Research–Historische Sozialforschung, 35(2), 266–295 (ISSN 0172–6404).
(2009) After transition: Varieties of political–economic development in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Comparative European Politics, 7(2), 279–298 (ISSN 1472–4790).
(2009) Internationalisation of the State in the Czech Republic: Igniting the Competition for Foreign Investment in the Visegrád Four Region. Czech Sociological Review, 45(3), 549–570 (ISSN 0038–0288).
(2008, with Martin Myant) International Integration and the Structure of Exports in Central Asian Republics. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 49(5), 604–622 (ISSN 1538–7216).
(2008) The investment promotion machines. Europe–Asia Studies, 60(2), 197–225 (ISSN 0966–8136).
(2008) Who won the contest for a new property class? Structural transformation of elites in the Visegrád Four region. Journal for East European Management Studies, 13(4), 361–377, special issue on elites in Eastern Europe (ISSN 0949–6181).
(2008) The rise of the comprador service sector: The politics of state transformation in Central and Eastern Europe. Polish Sociological Review, 162(2), 175–189 (ISSN 1231–1413).
(2007) Analyzing the capitalist state in post–socialism. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 31(2), 401–424 (ISSN 0309–1317).
(2004) Re–inventing Karl Polanyi: On the contradicting interpretations of social protectionism. Czech Sociological Review, 40(6), 835–849 (ISSN: 0038–0288).
(2004) Post–Fordist capitalism in the Czech Republic: The investment of Flextronics in Brno. Czech Sociological Review, 40(3), 343–362 (ISSN: 0038–0288).

CONTRIBUTIONS TO EDITED VOLUMES (PEER REVIEWED MARKED WITH ASTERISK)
(2017, with Marta Kahancová) Worker participation in Czechia and Slovakia. In S. Berger, L. Pries, & M. Wannöffel. (Eds.) Companion to worker’s participation at plant level: A global and comparative perspective. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming.
*(2017) Introduction. In J. Drahokoupil Chinese foreign direct investment in Europe. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute.
*(2017, with Peter Pawlicki, Agnieszka McCaleb, and Ágnes Szunomár) Huawei in Europe. In J. Drahokoupil Chinese foreign direct investment in Europe. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute.
*(2017, with Peter Pawlicki, Agnieszka McCaleb, and Ágnes Szunomár) Chinese FDI in Romania and Bulgaria In J. Drahokoupil Chinese foreign direct investment in Europe. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute.
(2016, with Martin Myant) Dependent capitalism and employment relations in east central Europe. In V. Delteil & V. Kirov (Eds.) Social Transformations in Central and Eastern Europe: Europeanization and Beyond. London: Routledge, pp. 42-59 (ISBN 9781138927995).
(2015, with Martin Myant) Welfare and redistributive models. In: C. Perugini & F. Pompei (Eds.) Inequalities during and after transition in Central and Eastern Europe. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 284-306 (ISBN 9781137460974).
*(2015). Introduction to the Outsourcing Challenge. In: J. Drahokoupil (Ed.) The outsourcing challenge: Organizing workers across fragmented production networks. Brussels: European Trade Union Institute, pp. 9-21 (ISBN 978-2-87452-366-3).
*(2015, co-authored with Béla Galgóczi) Foreign direct investment in eastern and southern European countries: still an engine of growth? In. B. Galgóczi, J. Drahokoupil, & M. Bernaciak (Eds.) Foreign investment in eastern and southern Europe after 2008: Still a lever of growth? Brussels: European Trade Union Institute, ISBN 978-2-87452-390-8, pp. 19-35.
(2015, with Martin Myant) Putting comparative capitalisms research in its place: Varieties of capitalism in transition economies. In M. Ebenau, I. Bruff, & C. May (Eds.) New directions in comparative capitalisms research: Critical and global perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 155-171 (ISBN 9781137444608).
(2014, with Martin Myant) Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Verfahren [Economic methods]. In R. Kollmorgen, W. Merkel & H.–J. Wagener (Eds.) Handbuch Transformationsforschung [Handbook of transformation research]. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien, pp. 279-290 (ISBN 978-3-658-05347-5).
(2014, with Martin Myant) The road to a distinct system? The development of the welfare state in the Czech Republic. In E. Voráček, and Z. Zudová–Lešková (Eds.) Theory and practice of the Welfare State in Europe in 20th century: Ways to the Welfare State. Prague: Institute of History, Czech Academy of Sciences, pp. 525-546 (ISBN 978-80-7286-216-0).
(2014, with Stefan Domonkos) Is the egg basket worth its price? The fiscal implications of pension privatization in Eastern Europe. In: Clemens B, Eich F, and Gupta S (eds), Equitable and sustainable pensions: Challenges and experience (pp. 155–178). Washington DC: International Monetary Fund (ISBN 978-1-61635-950-8).
(2013, with Béla Galgóczi) A downward-spiralling multi-speed Europe. In R. Jagodzinski (Ed.) Benchmarking Working Europe 2013 (pp. 31-42). Brussels: European Trade Union Institute (ISBN 978-2-87452-285-7).
(2013, with Martin Myant) ‚Institutionalismus jenseits der ‚Spielarten des Kapitalismus‘:   Transitionsökonomien in der Vergleichenden Kapitalismusforschung. In I. Bruff, M. Ebenau, C. May, & A. Nölke (Eds.), Vergleichende Kapitalismusforschung. Stand, Perspektiven, Kritik (pp. 86-102). Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot (ISBN 978-3-89691-928-1).
*(2012, with Martin Myant) Central Asian countries: Forms of International Integration and the Impact of the Crisis of 2008. In J. Ahrens & H. W. Hoen (Eds.) Institutional reform in Central Asia: Politico–economic challenges (pp. 257–274). London: Routledge  (ISBN 978–0–415–60200–6).
*(2012, with Martin Myant) The European sub–prime? Financial crisis and the East–European periphery. In P. Nousios, H. Overbeek, A. Tsolakis (Eds.) Globalisation and European integration: Critical approaches to regional order and international relations (pp. 130–153). London: Routledge (ISBN 978–0–415–61184–8).
*(2011, with Martin Myant) The politics of welfare restructuring in transition countries and the crisis of 2008. In I. E. Vural (Ed.) Converging Europe: Transformation of social policy in the enlarged European Union and in Turkey (pp. 149–179). Adershot: Ashgate (978–1–4094–0709–6).
*(2009). The politics of the competition state: The agents and mechanisms of state transnationalization in Central and Eastern Europe. In L. Bruszt & R. Holzhacker (Eds.), The transnationalization of economies, states, and civil societies: New challenges for governance in Europe (pp. 135–155). New York: Springer. (ISBN 978–0–387–89338–9).
*(2008, with Bastiaan van Apeldoorn & Laura Horn) Introduction: Towards a critical political economy of European governance. In Bastiaan van Apeldoorn, Jan Drahokoupil & Laura Horn (Eds.) Contradictions and limits of neoliberal European governance: From Lisbon to Lisbon (pp. 1–17). Basingstoke: Palgrave (ISBN 978–0230537095).
*(2008) The rise of the competition state in the Visegrád Four: Internationalization of the state as a local project. In Bastiaan van Apeldoorn, Jan Drahokoupil & Laura Horn (Eds.) Contradictions and limits of neoliberal European governance: From Lisbon to Lisbon (pp. 187–207). Basingstoke: Palgrave (ISBN 978–0230537095).
(2007) Business cycle; Foreign direct investment; Human capital mobility; International division of labor; Investment incentive; Political business cycle; Production chain; Production network; Research and development. In Mark Bevir (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Governance (pp. 63–64, 317–318, 421–422, 474–475, 498, 706–708, 750–751, 751–752, 834–835). Thousand Oaks: Sage (ISBN 9781412905794).
(2007) From national capitalisms to foreign–led growth. In Joachim Becker und Rudy Weissenbacher (eds.) Dollarization, Euroization and financial instability: Central and Eastern European countries between stagnation and financial crisis? (pp. 87–108). Marburg: Metropolis Verlag (ISBN 978–3–89518–630–1).
*(2007) On the state of the state: The Czech transformation and the moment of convergence in the Visegrad region. In John Pickles (Ed.), State and society in post–socialist economies (pp. 69–91). Basingstoke: Palgrave (ISBN 978–0230522145).
*(2007) The state of the capitalist state in East–Central Europe: Towards the Porterian workfare post–national regime? In Bruno S. Sergi, William T. Bagatelas & Jana Kubicová (Eds.), Industries and markets in Central and Eastern Europe (pp. 175–196). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate (ISBN 978–0754649182).

REPORTS, WORKING PAPERS, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

(2017) “An End to Cheap Labour” – How a public campaign may become a turning point for Czech Union’s strength. Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
(2016) What role can minimum wages play in overcoming the low-wage model in central and eastern Europe? ETUI Working Paper 2016.09 (ISSN 1994-4446, 24 pp.).
(2016, with Brian Fabo) The platform economy and the disruption of the employment relationship. ETUI Policy Brief European Economic, Employment and Social Policy, 5/2016, Brussels: European Trade Union Institute (6 pp.).
(2015, with Martin Myant) European Union and Labour’s Legal Resources in Central and East European Countries. CELSI Discussion Paper, 29, Bratislava: Central European Labour Studies Institute (22 pp.).
(2013, with Stefan Domonkos) Reforming pensions: the limits of diversification. ETUI Policy Brief European Economic, Employment and Social Policy, 3/2013, Brussels: European Trade Union Institute (6 pp.).
(2013, with Olaf van Vliet et al.) Labour relations and modes of employment. FP7 NEUJOBS Policy Brief, 6.6, Brussels: Centre for European Policy Studies (9 pp.).
(2012, with Miroslav Beblavý, Lucia Kureková, Martin Myant, & Stefan Domonkos) Linking labour regimes and technological innovation in Central and Eastern Europe: The case of automotive and software industries. FP7 NEUJOBS Working Paper, 6.2, Brussels: Centre for European Policy Studies (64 pp.).
(2011, with Miroslav Beblavý, Juraj Draxler, and Martin Myant) Labour relations in Central and Eastern Europe FP7 NEUJOBS State of the Art Report, 3, Brussels: Centre for European Policy Studies (62 pp.).
(2011, with Martin Myant) Lies, damned lies, and the EBRD's transition indicators. Bankwatch Mail, 48, 6–8.
(2009) Пост–переходные варианты политического и экономического развития стран Восточной Европы и бывшего Советского Союза. Мир России, 18(3), 39–60 (ISSN 1811–038X).
(2007) Political support of the competition state in the Visegrád Four GARNET Working Paper, 22/07, Warwick: Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation.
(2007) ‘Is CzechInvest facing extinction?’ Czech Business Weekly, 7 May 2007 (ISSN 1214–8415).
(2005) From collectivization to globalization: Putting populism in its place. Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs, Spring 2005, 65–74.
(2005) „O vlivu globalizace na migraci“: Několik poznámek o pastech sociální imaginace [“The influence of globalization on migration”: Some remarks on the traps of social imagination.] Migrace online.
(2003) Manoeuvring the global economy: Contemporary transformations of capitalism and their political and social consequences. In B. Voicu and H. Rusu (Eds.) Globalization, European integration, and social development in European postcommunist societies. Sibiu: Psihomedia Publishing House.
(2002, co–authored). Zpráva z výzkumu [Research report]. In Rovné příležitosti žen a mužů. [Equal opportunities of women and men]. Brno: Gender Centre, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University.