- Elsa Massoc, "States, Power and Institutions: The Divergent Priorities of European states towards Too-Big-To-Fail Banks after the Crisis", in Business and Politics, (accepted for publication, forthcoming).
- 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. Based on my dissertation, which has been awarded Honorable Mention for the Ernst B. Haas best dissertation award of the EPS section of the American Political Science Association .
Papers under review and Working Papers
- "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.