Zeitschriftenbeitrag referiert

Lierse, Hanna, 2018: Why is there not more demand for redistribution? Cross-National Evidence for the Role of Social Justice Beliefs, in: International Journal of Public Opinion Research, online-first, (im Erscheinen), doi:10.1093/ijpor/edy004, 14.02.2018

Genschel, Philipp; Lierse, Hanna; Seelkopf, Laura, 2016: Dictators don’t compete: autocracy, democracy, and tax competition, in: Review of International Political Economy, 23 (2), S. 290 - 315, doi:10.1080/09692290.2016.1152995, 21.04.2016

Lierse, Hanna; Seelkopf, Laura, 2016: Room to Manoeuvre? International Financial Markets and the National Tax State, in: New Political Economy, 21 (1), S. 145 - 165, doi:10.1080/13563467.2014.999761, 18.02.2015

Seelkopf, Laura; Lierse, Hanna; Schmitt, Carina, 2016: Trade liberalization and the global expansion of modern taxes, in: Review of International Political Economy, 23 (2), S. 208 - 231, doi:10.1080/09692290.2015.1125937, 20.01.2016

Lierse, Hanna; Seelkopf, Laura, 2015: Capital markets and tax policy making: A comparative analysis of European tax reforms since the crisis, in: Comparative European Politics, online, doi:10.1057/cep.2014.48, 26.01.2015

Schmitt, Carina; Lierse, Hanna; Obinger, Herbert; Seelkopf, Laura, 2015: The Global Emergence of Social Protection: Explaining Social Security Legislation 1820-2013, in: Politics and Society, 43 (4), S. 503 - 524, doi:10.1177/0032329215602892

Collignon, Stefan; Esposito, Piero; Lierse, Hanna, 2013: European Sovereign Bailouts, Political Risk and the Economic Consequences of Mrs. Merkel, in: Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, 4 (2), S. 816 - 834, doi:10.1142/S1793993313500105

Gulev, Rune Ellemose; Lierse, Hanna, 2012: Cultural Repercussions: Extending Our Knowledge about How Values of Trust and Confidence Influence Tax Structures within Europe, in: International Journal of Management, Knowledge and Learning, 1 (1), S. 91 - 108

Lierse, Hanna, 2012: European Taxation during the Crisis: Does Politics Matter?, in: Journal of Public Policy, 32 (3), S. 207 - 230, doi:10.1017/S0143814X12000116