- Elsa Massoc, "Taxing Financial Transactions in the First Golden Age of Financial Capitalism", in Socio-Economic Review, (2017). Winner of the 2015 CES Political Economy and Welfare Network Best Conference Paper Award.
- Elsa Massoc, "When adoption is not enforcement: the differentiated enforcement of capital ratio requirements in Europe", in Berkeley Journal of Public Policy, (Spring 2017).
- Elsa Massoc, (co-authored with Nicolas Jabko), "French capitalism under stress: How Nicolas Sarkozy rescued the banks", in Review of International Political Economy, 19, 4, 562-585 (2012).
- Elsa Massoc, Book Review, "Rachel Epstein: Banking On Markets", in La Vie Des Idees (Forthcoming).
- Elsa Massoc, Book Review, "Jullien and Smith, The EU's government of Industries. Markets, Institutions and Politics", in Politique Europeenne, 46, 4, 186-189 (2015).
- Elsa Massoc, (co-authored with Nicolas Jabko), "Nicolas Sarkozy et la Crise Financiere: Cherchez la Rupture!", in Maillard and Surel, Les Politiques Publiques sous Nicolas Sarkozy, Presses de Sciences-Po (2012).
- Elsa Massoc, "Les Systemes bancaires Europeens a l'Epreuve de la Crise", Nouvelle Europe (2011).
- "Banking on States: the Divergent Trajectories of European Finance after the Crisis", manuscript accepted for review by a major univeristy press editor.
Papers under review and Working Papers
- "The Divergent Priorities of European states towards their "Too-Big-To-Fail" Banks After the
Crisis. The Cases of Competition in Retail Banking and the Banking Structural Reform" (R&R status).
- "When do banks do what governments tell them to?,A comparative study of the Greek sovereign crisis management in France and Germany". Presented at APSA 2016 , in Philadelphia.
- "States and Banks in post-crisis European Economies. The return of industrial policies?".
- "The political role of banking: how do bankers picture themselves and why it matters. A content
analysis of European bankers' public discourses".
- "Banks, Leviathans and the Banking Union - Is breaking formal ties breaking ties at all?".
- "Income Inequality, Competitive Consumption, and Consumer Debt: Exploring the "Keeping up with the Joneses" Hypothesis at the Local Level Using Micro Data", with Shad Turney; Working paper presented at the Tobin Conference on Inequality and Decision-Making, in Cambridge, MA, in August 2016.