Articles in refereed journals:
Baltic Labour in the Crucible of Capitalist Exploitation: Reassessing ‘Post-Communist’ Transformation, 2020, (co-authored with Andreas Bieler), The Economic and Labour Relations Review, 31(2): 191-210.
‘Historical Materialism and European Integration’ (co-authored with Andreas Bieler) in Didier Bigo, Thomas Diez, Evangelos Fanoulis, Ben Rosamond and Yannis A. Stivachtis (Eds.) Routledge Handbook of Critical European Studies, London: Routledge [December 2020].
Blog Posts and Commentaries:
Cartographies of Baltic Labour Resistance (with Andreas Bieler) Progress in Political Economy, 22nd June 2020.
Pandemic bares exploitation of migrant workers. Baltics are also to blame Lithuanian National Radio and Television (English), 22nd June 2020.
Why Migrant Farm Workers Are Living Four to a Caravan in a Time of Social Distancing Jacobin, 2nd May 2020.
Pralaimėjimą apmąstant: Corbyno Leiboristų partijos rezultatai ir perspektyvos [Title in English: Thinking the defeat: The Results and Prospects of Corbyn’s Labour Party] Siaures Atenai, 20th December 2019.
Revisiting the ‘Mode of Production’: Enduring Controversies over Labour, Exploitation and Historiographies of Capitalism Historical Materialism, 3rd December 2019.
Uneven and Combined Development: What Role for the Super-Structural? Progress in Political Economy, 19th September 2016.
The Contradictions of Austerity: The Socio-Economic Costs of the Neoliberal Baltic Model by Charles Woolfson and Jeffrey Sommers (Eds.). Routledge, 2015. 182pp, Political Studies Review 14(4), 621-622.
The International Political Economy of Transition: Neoliberal Hegemony and Eastern Europe’s Transformation by Stuart Shields. Routledge, 2014. 180pp, Europe-Asia Studies 68(6), 1098-1099.
Handbook of the Economics and Political Economy of Transition by Paul Hare and Gerard Turley (Eds.). Routledge, 2013. 528pp, Journal of Soviet & Post-Soviet Politics & Society, 266-269.
Towards a Cultural Political Economy: Putting Culture in its Place in Political Economy by Bob Jessop and Ngai-Ling Sum. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd 2013, 592pp, Political Studies Review 15(2), 268-269.
The Politics of Europeanization and Post-Socialist Transformations by Nicole Lindstrom. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, 99pp, Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe 24(3), 158-159.
Handbook of Neoliberalism by Simon Springer, Kean Birch and Julie MacLeavy (Eds.). Routledge, 2016. 637pp, Political Studies Review 15(3), 438-439.
Invited Public Lectures and Conference Presentations:
State, Capital and the Trajectories of Social Change in the Baltic Littoral presented at the joint Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre (University of Greenwich) and the Political Economy Centre (University of Manchester) workshop Political Economy of the Post-Soviet Space: Between Empires, Histories, and Uncertain Futures, University of Greenwich, 13th June 2019.
Neoliberalisation in the Baltic littoral: Reflections on Class, Revolution and Capital Accumulation presented at the Centre for the Study for Global and Social Justice (CSSGJ) the University of Nottingham, 8th April 2019.
Lineages of Baltic Neoliberalisation guest lecture at the Central and East European Studies Centre, University of Leiden, 1st March 2019.
Antinomies of Monetary Restructuring in the Baltics: Historical Bloc, Authoritarianism and Neoliberalisation presented at Trajectories of Change Conference, ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius Foundation, Berlin, 25th May 2018.
The Limits of Coordinating Transitions: Towards Critical Political Economy of Baltic Post-Communist Capitalisms presented at Trajectories of Change Conference, ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius Foundation, Berlin, 22nd April 2017.
Transition as Coordination: Beyond Institutional Varieties of Baltic Capitalisms presented at the BISA-IPEG Annual Conference, University of Leeds, 15th October 2016.
Uneven and Combined Development: What Role for the Super-structural? presented at the Centre for the Study for Global and Social Justice (CSSGJ) workshop How the West Came to Rule?: Authors meet Critics, University of Nottingham, 7th June 2016.