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Book Chapters

Chapters in books (plus research papers on the internet and other publications):

  • Bieler, Andreas (2015) ‘Social Europe and the Eurozone Crisis: The Importance of the Balance of Class Power in Society’, in Amandine Crespy and Georg Menz (eds.) Social Policy and the Euro Crisis. Basingstoke: Palgrave. PP.24-44.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Jamie Jordan (2015) ‘Austerity and resistance: The politics of labour in the Eurozone crisis’, in Vishwas Satgar (ed.) Capitalism’s Crises: Class Struggles in South Africa and the World. Johannesburg: Wits University Press. PP.97-122.
  • Bieler, Andreas, Ian Bruff and Adam David Morton (2015) ‘Gramsci and “the International”: Past, Present and Future’, in Mark McNally (ed.) Antonio Gramsci. Basingstoke: Palgrave. PP.137-55.
  • Bieler, Andreas, John Hilary and Ingemar Lindberg (2015) ‘Trade unions, “Free Trade”, and the Problem of Transnational Solidarity: An Introduction’, in Andreas Bieler, Bruno Ciccaglione, John Hilary and Ingemar Lindberg (eds.) Free Trade and Transnational Labour. London and New York: Routledge. PP.1-9.
  • Bieler, Andreas, Bruno Ciccaglione, John Hilary and Ingemar Lindberg (2015) ‘Conclusion: Towards Transnational Solidarity on “Free Trade” Policy?, in Andreas Bieler, Bruno Ciccaglione, John Hilary and Ingemar Lindberg (eds.) Free Trade and Transnational Labour. London and New York: Routledge. PP.155-64.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Roland Erne (2014) ‘Transnational solidarity? The European working class in the Eurozone crisis’, in Leo Panitch and Greg Albo (eds.) Transforming Classes. Socialist Register 2015. London: Merlin Press. PP.157-77.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Adam David Morton (2014) ‘Neo-Gramscian perspectives’, in Siegfied Schieder and Manuela Spindler (eds.) Theories of International Relations. London and New York: Routledge. PP.214-30.
  • Bieler, Andreas (2012a) ‘Cooption or resistance? Trade unions and neoliberal restructuring in Europe’, in Gerard Strange and Owen Worth (eds) European regionalism and the Left. Manchester: Manchester University Press. PP.119-34.
  • Bieler, Andreas (2012b) ‘Globalisation and European integration: the internal and external dimensions of neo-liberal restructuring’, in Petros Nousios, Henk Overbeek and Andreas Tsolakis (eds) Globalisation and European Integration: Critical Approaches to Regional Order and International Relations. London: Routledge. PP.196-216.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Ingemar Lindberg (2010a) ‘Globalisation and the new challenges for transnational solidarity: An introduction’, in Andreas Bieler and Ingemar Lindberg (eds.) Global Restructuring, Labour and the Challenges for Transnational Solidarity. London: Routledge. PP.3-15.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Ingemar Lindberg (2010b) ‘Conclusions: A variable landscape of emerging transnational solidarities’, in Andreas Bieler and Ingemar Lindberg (eds.) Global Restructuring, Labour and the Challenges for Transnational Solidarity. London: Routledge. PP.220-31.
  • Bieler, Andreas (2010) ‘Trade union and social movement cooperation in the defence of the European public sector (and a postscriptum with Jan Willem Goudriaan)’, in Andreas Bieler and Ingemar Lindberg (eds.) Global Restructuring, Labour and the Challenges for Transnational Solidarity. London: Routledge. PP.177-90.
  • Bieler, Andreas, Ingemar Lindberg and Werner Sauerborn (2010) ‘Universelle Besonderungen: Die Rolle der Gewerkschaften in der neuen globalen Ökonomie’, express: Zeitung für sozialistische Betriebs- und Gewerkschaftsarbeit, No.5-6: 13-16.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Adam David Morton (2010) ‘Poststructuralism and the Randomisation of History: the “taboo” of historical materialism’, in Cerwyn Moore and Chris Farrands (eds.) International Relations Theory and Philosophy: Interpretive Dialogues. London: Routledge. PP.157-71.
  • Bieler, Andreas (2009) ‘Globalization and Regional Integration: The Possibilities and Problems for Trade Unions to Resist Neo-liberal Restructuring in Europe’, in Bastiaan van Apeldoorn, Jan Drahokoupil and Laura Horn (eds.) Contradictions and Limits of Neoliberal European Governance: From Lisbon to Lisbon. Basingstoke: Palgrave. PP.232-49.
  • Bieler, Andreas (2009b) ‘Trade unions and the World and European Social Forums: a move towards social movement unionism?’, Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice Working Paper Series, No.7. [Download]
  • Bieler, Andreas, Ingemar Lindberg and Devan Pillay (2008a) ‘The future of the global working class: an introduction’, in Andreas Bieler, Ingemar Lindberg and Devan Pillay (eds) Labour and the Challenges of Globalization: What prospects for Transnational Solidarity? London: Pluto Press. PP.1-22.
  • Bieler, Andreas, Ingemar Lindberg and Devan Pillay (2008b) ‘What future strategy for the global working class? The need for a new historical subject’, in Andreas Bieler, Ingemar Lindberg and Devan Pillay (eds) Labour and the Challenges of Globalization: What prospects for Transnational Solidarity? London: Pluto Press. PP.264-85.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Ingemar Lindberg (2008) ‘Swedish unions and globalization: labour strategies in a changing global order’, in Andreas Bieler, Ingemar Lindberg and Devan Pillay (eds) Labour and the Challenges of Globalization: What prospects for Transnational Solidarity? London: Pluto Press. PP.199-216.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Thorsten Schulten (2008) ‘European integration: a strategic level for trade union resistance to neoliberal restructuring and for the promotion of political alternatives?’, in Andreas Bieler, Ingemar Lindberg and Devan Pillay (eds) Labour and the Challenges of Globalization: What prospects for Transnational Solidarity? London: Pluto Press. PP.231-47.
  • Bieler, Andreas (2008) ‘Transnational solidarity or conflict? Trade unions and neo-liberal restructuring in Europe’, Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice Working Paper Series, No.1. [Download]
  • Bieler, Andreas and Adam David Morton (2007) ‘Canalising Resistance: The historical continuities and contrasts of “anti-capitalist” movements at the European Social Forum’, in Andrew Gamble, Steve Ludlam, Andrew Taylor and Stephen Wood (eds) Labour, the state, social movements and the challenge of neo-liberal globalisation. Manchester: Manchester University Press. PP.204-22.
  • Bieler, Andreas (2006a) ‘What Future Union? The Struggle for a Social Europe’; paper presented at the workshop Concepts of the European Social Model in Vienna/Austria, 9 June 2006. [Download]
  • Bieler, Andreas and Adam David Morton (2006b) ‘Introduction: International Relations as Political Theory’, in Andreas Bieler and Adam David Morton (eds) Images of Gramsci: Connections and Contentions in Political Theory and International Relations. London: Routledge. PP.XV-XXV.
  • Bieler, Andreas (2005) ‘The “Demise” of the Swedish Model: Globalisation, Neoliberalism and Class Struggle’, in Bernhard Moss (ed.) Monetary Union in Crisis: The European Union as a Neo-Liberal Construction. London: Palgrave. PP.266-80.
  • Bieler, Andreas (2003) ‘European integration and Eastward Enlargement: the widening and deepening of neo-liberal restructuring in Europe’, Queen’s Papers on Europeanisation, No.8. [Download]
  • Bieler, Andreas and Adam David Morton (2003) ‘Neo-Gramscianische Perspektiven in den Internationalen Beziehungen’, in Spindler, Manuela/Schieder, Siegfried (eds.) Theorien der Internationalen Beziehungen: Eine Einführung. Opladen: Leske+Budrich (UTB). PP.337-62.
  • Bieler, Andreas (2002) ‘Austria’s and Sweden’s accession to the European Union: a comparative neo-Gramscian analysis’, in Breslin, Shaun et al (eds) New Regionalism(s) in the Global Political Economy: Theories and Cases. London: Routledge. PP.150-62.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Adam David Morton (2001a) ‘Introduction: Neo-Gramscian Perspectives in International Political Economy and the Relevance to European integration’, in Bieler, Andreas/Morton, Adam David (eds) Social Forces in the Making of the “New Europe”: the restructuring of European social relations in the global political economy. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan. PP.3-24.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Adam David Morton (2001b) ‘Conclusion: Thinking about Future European Social Relations’, in Bieler, Andreas/Morton, Adam David (eds) Social Forces in the Making of the ‘New Europe’: the restructuring of European social relations in the global political economy. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan. PP.207-17.
  • Bieler, Andreas and Stina Torjesen (2001) ‘Strength through Unity? A Comparative Analysis of Splits in the Austrian, Norwegian and Swedish Labour Movements over EU Membership’, in Bieler, Andreas and Adam David Morton (eds) Social Forces in the Making of the ‘New Europe’: the restructuring of European social relations in the global political economy. Basingstoke: Palgrave. PP.115-36.
  • Higgott, Richard, Underhill, Geoffrey and Andreas Bieler (2000) ‘Introduction: Globalisation and Non-State Actors’, in Higgott, Richard/Underhill, Geoffrey/Bieler, Andreas (eds) Non-State Actors and Authority in the Global System. London/New York: Routledge. PP.1-12.

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