Liam Stanley
Liam Stanley
Lecturer, University of Sheffield & Deputy Director, SPERI
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TitleCited byYear
‘We're reaping what we sowed’: Everyday crisis narratives and acquiescence to the age of austerity
L Stanley
New Political Economy 19 (6), 895-917, 2014
1212014
Questions to the Prime Minister: A comparative study of PMQs from Thatcher to Cameron
SR Bates, P Kerr, C Byrne, L Stanley
Parliamentary Affairs 67 (2), 253-280, 2014
532014
Rethinking the definition and role of ontology in political science
L Stanley
Politics 32 (2), 93-99, 2012
362012
Introduction: Everyday narratives in world politics
L Stanley, R Jackson
Politics 36 (3), 223-235, 2016
322016
Legitimacy gaps, taxpayer conflict, and the politics of austerity in the UK
L Stanley
The British journal of politics and international relations 18 (2), 389-406, 2016
272016
The difference between an analytical framework and a theoretical claim: A reply to Martin Carstensen
L Stanley
Political studies 60 (2), 474-482, 2012
252012
Using focus groups in political science and international relations
L Stanley
Politics 36 (3), 236-249, 2016
19*2016
Digital debt management: The everyday life of austerity
L Stanley, J Deville, J Montgomerie
New Formations 87 (87), 64-82, 2016
172016
Governing austerity in the United Kingdom: anticipatory fiscal consolidation as a variety of austerity governance
L Stanley
Economy and Society 45 (3-4), 303-324, 2016
13*2016
Tax preferences, fiscal transparency, and the meaning of welfare: An experimental study
L Stanley, TK Hartman
Political Studies 66 (4), 830-850, 2018
6*2018
The Politics of Indebtedness in the UK–A Public Interest Report
J Montgomerie, C Packman, J Deville, L Stanley, A Simpson, G Warren
Political Economy Research Centre, London, 2014
52014
The everyday politics of the age of austerity: crisis and the legitimation of fiscal consolidation in the UK
L Stanley
University of Birmingham, 2014
52014
What six public opinion graphs tell us about austerity
L Stanley
http://speri.dept.shef.ac.uk/2015/07/09/public-opinion-graphs-austerity/, 2015
42015
From ‘there is no alternative’to ‘maybe there are alternatives’: Five challenges to economic orthodoxy after the crash
T Hunt, L Stanley
The Political Quarterly 90 (3), 479-487, 2019
22019
The UK’s everyday debt economy’
J Montgomerie, L Stanley
SPERI Comment, 2015
22015
Dead, non-dead, or walking dead?: the global financial crisis and neo-liberalism
L Stanley
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2012
22012
What is method? Or, dis-solving the Susan Strange dilemma
L Stanley
http://liamstanley.blog/2018/07/09/what-is-method-or-dis-solving-the-susan …, 2018
2018
Reimagining tax through speculative design: or, how to critique neoliberalism
L Stanley
http://liamstanley.blog/2018/04/12/how-to-critique-neoliberalism/, 2018
2018
Communicating tax
R Bramall, L Stanley
2018
Everyday economic narratives
L Stanley
Critical Methods in Political and Cultural Economy, 141-5, 2017
2017
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