Johnna Montgomerie
Johnna Montgomerie
Reader in International Political Economy
Verified email at kcl.ac.uk
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The pursuit of (past) happiness? Middle-class indebtedness and American financialisation
J Montgomerie
New political economy 14 (1), 1-24, 2009
2032009
The financialization of the American credit card industry
J Montgomerie
Competition & Change 10 (3), 301-319, 2006
1262006
Bridging the critical divide: global finance, financialisation and contemporary capitalism
J Montgomerie
Contemporary Politics 14 (3), 233-252, 2008
952008
Round the houses: Homeownership and failures of asset-based welfare in the United Kingdom
J Montgomerie, M Büdenbender
New political economy 20 (3), 386-405, 2015
842015
An important failure: knowledge limits and the financial crisis
D Bryan, R Martin, J Montgomerie, K Williams
Economy and Society 41 (3), 299-315, 2012
712012
America's debt safety‐net
J Montgomerie
Public Administration 91 (4), 871-888, 2013
702013
Escaping the tyranny of earned income? The failure of finance as social innovation
J Froud, S Johal, J Montgomerie, K Williams
New Political Economy 15 (1), 147-164, 2010
692010
Financialised capitalism: After the crisis and beyond neoliberalism
J Montgomerie, K Williams
Competition & Change 13 (2), 99-107, 2009
632009
Neo-liberalism, state power and global governance
S Lee, S McBride
Springer, 2007
452007
The logic of neo-liberalism and the political economy of consumer debt-led growth
J Montgomerie
Neo-liberalism, state power and global governance, 157-172, 2007
372007
Giving credit where it's due: Public policy and household debt in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada
J Montgomerie
Policy and Society 25 (3), 109-141, 2006
372006
A Feminist moral-political economy of uneven reform in austerity Britain: Fostering financial and parental literacy
J Montgomerie, D Tepe-Belfrage
Globalizations 13 (6), 890-905, 2016
362016
Financialization and consumption: an alternative account of rising consumer debt levels in Anglo-America
J Montgomerie
CRESC Working Paper Series, 2007
322007
Owning the consumer—Getting to the core of the Apple business model
J Montgomerie, S Roscoe
Accounting Forum 37 (4), 290-299, 2013
272013
Financial Melancholia: Mental Health and Indebtedness
W Davies, J Montgomerie, S Wallin
Political Economy Research Center (PERC) http://www.perc.org.uk …, 2015
262015
Home is where the hardship is. Gender and Wealth (Dis) Accumulation in the Subprime Boom
J Montgomerie, B Young
CRESC Working Paper, 2010
242010
Caring for debts: How the household economy exposes the limits of financialisation
J Montgomerie, D Tepe-Belfrage
Critical Sociology 43 (4-5), 653-668, 2017
232017
Digital debt management: The everyday life of austerity
L Stanley, J Deville, J Montgomerie
New Formations 87 (87), 64-82, 2016
172016
Broken Britain: Post-Crisis Austerity and the Trouble with the Troubled Families Programme
D Tepe-Belfrage, J Montgomerie
Scandalous Economics: Gender and the Politics of Financial Crises, 79-91, 2016
162016
Neoliberalism and the making of the subprime borrower
J Montgomerie
Verso, 2010
152010
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