L.A. (Lukas) Linsi, PhD

Assistant Professor of International Political Economy

Research

Research interests

My research focuses on the social and political implications of economic restructuring in the early twenty-first century. In today’s global economy, production is no longer organized within national boundaries, but structured along global value chains that are fragmented across countries. My research examines how this unbundling of firms and nation-states affects our understanding of the political economy of trade and finance.

A great deal of social science research relies on economic data aggregated at the level of countries (e.g. flows of trade and capital between them). My research examines how such data are constructed, their limitations in capturing transnational economic processes, their uses and abuses in the political arena, and how finer-grained data would improve our understanding of broader political-economic trends.

Publications
  1. Globalization and the growing defects of international economic statistics

    Linsi, L. & Mügge, D., 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Review of International Political Economy.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

  2. When do Heuristics Matter in Global Capital Markets? The Case of the BRIC Acronym

    Linsi, L. & Schaffner, F., 16-Nov-2018, In : New Political Economy. 23 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

  3. Foreign Direct Investment

    Linsi, L., 10-Sep-2018, The Language of World Trade Politics: Unpacking the Terms of Trade. Dingwerth, K. & Weinhardt, C. (eds.). London: Routledge, p. 50-63 14 p. (RIPE Series in Global Political Economy).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademicpeer-review

  4. The Shadow of Socialization: Economic Narratives and the Intergenerational Divide in Attitudes Towards Foreign Takeovers

    Linsi, L., Nov-2017, University of Amsterdam, 48 p. (Fickle Formulas Working Papers; no. 1).

    Research output: Working paperAcademic

  5. US Investors as Exporters of the 'Winner-Take-All-Economy': Preliminary Evidence and Outline of a Research Agenda

    Angeles, R., Hopkin, J. & Linsi, L., 2016, 36 p.

    Research output: Working paperAcademic

  6. The International Legal Measures Prohibiting the Recruitment of Child Soldiers

    Linsi, L., 2012, Defensa y globalización. De Cueto Nogueras, C. & Calatrava Garcia, A. (eds.). Universidad de Granada, p. 249-282 32 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademic

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Press / Media
  1. Did the BRIC-Hype in the mid-2000s Distort Global Capital Flows?

    Lukas Linsi & Florian Schaffner

    26/11/2018

    1 media contribution

    Press/Media: Expert CommentPopular

  2. US investors drive growing top income inequality in Britain

    Lukas Linsi, Jonathan Hopkin & Pascal Jaupart

    01/08/2018

    1 media contribution

    Press/Media: Expert CommentPopular

  3. Trump uses bad trade statistics. But there's a bigger problem.

    Lukas Linsi & Daniel Mügge

    09/03/2017

    1 media contribution

    Press/Media: ResearchPopular

  4. Oligarchen im Banne des Rohstoff-Nationalismus

    Lukas Linsi

    23/11/2012

    1 media contribution

    Press/Media: ResearchPopular

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Activities
  1. The global political economy of trade

    Lukas Linsi (Speaker)
    31-May-2019

    Activity: Talk or presentationAcademic

  2. Why it is so difficult to change statistical standards

    Lukas Linsi (Speaker)
    3-May-2019

    Activity: Talk or presentationProfessional

  3. Expert witness testimony

    Lukas Linsi (Speaker)
    23-Jan-2019

    Activity: Talk or presentationProfessional

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