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The Munich Social Science Review (MSSR)

The "Munich Social Science Review - A Quarterly Journal of Economics, Sociology, Social Psychology, Political Science" New Series (MSSR) is the official journal of CCR Munich. In 2017 it got successfully re-launched and is, amongst others, intended to foster cooperation and discussion within CCR. The Munich Social Science Review, New Series, is published by Verlag Holler (ISSN 0170-2521)

Submissions are to be sent electronically (preferably in PDF format) to

Manfed J. Holler (

Submission of a paper will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work and is not being submitted for publication elsewhere. The editors do not accept responsibility for damage or loss of submissions. A copy of the printed volume is supplied free to the author.

Authors may find useful instructions for preparing their contributions here. Please note, that manuscripts that do not conform to these instructions may be returned for the necessary revision before publication. Page proofs will be sent to the corresponding author.

Current Volume  

Electronic copies of the current volume are available at this page. For the printed version please contact your book seller or Book on Demand (BoD), Norderstedt ( [↑]).

  • Munich Social Science Review (MSSR), New Series, Volume 5/ 2022: Cultural Commons & Urban Dynamics
    Edited by Emanuela Macri, Valeria Morea, and Michele Trimarchi
    • Emanuela Macri, Valeria Morea, and Michele Trimarchi, Cultural commons and urban dynamics: Old principles, new practices
    • Emma Galli, Giampaolo Garzarelli, and Alain Marciano, Governance as a spectrum of rules: a suggested approach
    • Manfred J. Holler and Florian Rupp, Power in networks, the urban space, and the Medici
    • Alice Borchi, Towards a policy for the cultural commons
    • Federica Antonucci, Public space and the practice of commoning
    • Danila Longo, Andrea Boeri, Rossella Roversi, and Serena Orlandi, Cultural heritage-led practices for regeneration. Public space as a common good
    • Lidia Errante, Accessibility in public space: Physical, social, and cultural features in the regeneration of urban commons
    • Valeria Morea, The commons and public art: Understanding the practice of art in public space as a collective resource
    • Emanuela Macri, New frontiers for cultural commons theory. The historical linguistic community in Calabria region
    • Verena Lenna, Roberto Randazzo, and Michele Trimarchi, Commons, law and the city: Practices of care vs. regulatory grids
    • Carolina G. Garcia, Feminism took the streets: new strategies of commons in Latin America
    • Letteria G. Fassari, The rise of cultural commons imaginary
    • Pawel Jankiewicz and Pablo Arboleda, A conversational plea for the ruin studies
    • Information for Contributors
Past Volumes  

Electronic copies of the new volumes (2018 and onwards) are available at this page. For the printed version (2018 and onwards) please contact your book seller or Book on Demand (BoD), Norderstedt ( [↑]).

  • Munich Social Science Review (MSSR), New Series, Volume 4/ 2021: Improving Democracy (II) and the NSU
    • This Volume
    • Benoit Le Maux, Improving Democracy: A Set of Challenging Issues
    • David Stadelmann and Marco Frank, Market Failure on the Market for Political Services: A Basic Evaluation Framework
    • W.L. Valk, Constitutional Review and the Current Practice in the Netherlands
    • Prokop Cech, Utilitarian Voting and Christian Klamler's Empirical Evidence
    • Kaisa Herne, Ryan Kendall, Katri K. Sieberg, and Maria Maunula, Do the Rules to Select Rules Matter? An Experimental Analysis of Voting Rule Selection
    • Ankush Agrawal and Vikas Kumar, Contextualising India's Data Deficit: The Case of Nagaland
    • Iain McLean, Majority Voting Can be a Catalyst for Populism. What Can be done About It?
    • George Tridimas, Political Economy Perspectives of Institutional Reform
    • Tracy B. Henley and Stephen T. Paul, Thorndike's Valuations Revisited
    • Katharina Kohl, Munich is Everywhere
    • Petra Schellen, Intuitive Investigation
    • Claudia Postel, Katharina Kohl "Questioning the Personnel" - an Investigative Installation
    • Belinda Grace Gardner, Amid the Zones of Twilight
    • Information for Contributors

  • Munich Social Science Review (MSSR), New Series, Volume 2/2019
    • Timo Airaksinen, Conspiracy Theories as Fiction: Kafka and Sade
    • Manfred J. Holler and Barbara Klose-Ullmann, Machiavelli's Conspiracy Games
    • Richard T. McClelland, Shamelessness in Jane Austen: The Case of Lady Susan
    • Alain Marciano, An Introduction to Juergen Backhaus's "Lawyers' Economics vs. Economic Analysis of Law"
    • Juergen G. Backhaus, Lawyers' Economics vs. Economic Analysis of Law. A Critique of Professor Posner's "Economic" Approach to Law by Reference to a Case Concerning Damages for Loss of Earning Capacity (The 1978 paper)
    • Heinz D. Kurz, Classical Political Economy
    • On Munich Social Science Review
    • Information for Contributors

The following volumes are availiable in print only, and can be obtained directly from Verlag Holler:

  •   Munich Social Science Review 1979/ 2 (please, click on the "+" sign to read more)
    • Janet Landa, Money and Alternative Institutional Arrangements for Achieving Ordered Anarchy
    • Nils Brunsson, The Fallacy of Accepting Everything as a Strategy of Change
    • Walter Naggl, Regional Unemployment and Economic Theory
    • Walter Freyer, Some Determinants and Public Intervention in a Democracy
    • Gabrial Obermann, Election Cycles in Economic Policy: Theoretical Reflections and the Austrian Case
    • Gabriel Cabat, Pourun Centre Européen d’Unification Mondiale
  •   Munich Social Science Review 1979/ 1 (please, click on the "+" sign to read more)
    • Linn Mo, Is Field Work Scientific?
    • Markku Laakso, Thresholds for proportional Representation: Reanalyzed and Extended
    • Manfred J. Holler, Two Views on Political Representation
    • Claude Hillinger, Consumption and the rate of Interest under the Permanent Income Hypothesis
    • Steven Blake, Towards a Theory of Development
    • Enrique V. Iglesias, Latin America in the World Economy: The Perspective of Cepal
    • Reinhard O.K. Muckoff, Science and Politics: About the Impact of Socio-economic Research and Political Decision Making in Africa
    • Switlana Romaniuk, Karl Marx – The Theory of Development
    • Seventeen Laws of Knowledge
  •   Munich Social Science Review 1978/ 4 (please, click on the "+" sign to read more)
    • Hannu Nurmi, Power and Support:The Problem of Representative Democracy
    • Manfred J. Holler, A Priori Party Power and Government Formation
    • Tax Matters
    • Pierre Guillet de Monthoux, Action and Existence: The Anarchoexistentialist View of Organisation
    • Michael Hutter, From Pigovian Analysis to Property Rights Theory
    • Norbert Leudemann, Expected Utility
    • J.-Matthias Graf von der Schulenburg, Moral Hazard and the Allocative Effects under Market Insurance and Compulsory Insurance
    • Hartmut Kliemt, Can there be Any Constitutional Limits to Constitutional Powers
  •   Munich Social Science Review 1978/ 3 (please, click on the "+" sign to read more)
    • R.J. Johnston, Political Geography and Political Power
    • Mark Twain, Political Economy
    • Heikki Heiskanen and Riita Auvinen, Towards a Theory of Justice
    • Jürgen Backhaus, Lawyer’s Economics vs. Economic Analysis of Law
    • Pierre Guillet de Monthoux, Action and Existence: The Anarchoexistentialist View of Organisation
  •   Munich Social Science Review 1978/ 2 (please, click on the "+" sign to read more)
    • Pierre Guillet de Monthoux, Action and Existence: The Anarchoexistentialist View of Organisation
    • Manfred J. Holler and William Schein, Party Strategy and Inperfect Information
    • Manfred J. Holler and William Schein, Party Strategy and Inperfect Information
    • Friedrich Schneider, Different (Income) Classes and Presidential Popularity: An Empirical Analysis
    • Manfred J. Holler, The Political Business Cycle: An Introductory Note
    • Claude Hillinger and Klaus Schüler, Cyclical Fluctuations of the German Economy: A Continuous-time Econometric Model
    • William Schein, Which came First – the Chicken or the Egg: A Noteon Inflation
    • Peter Kafka, On the World’s Ends
  •   Munich Social Science Review 1978/ 1 (please, click on the "+" sign to read more)
    • Hannu Nurmi, On the Economic Theories of Political Institutions
    • Hartmut Kliemt, The "Loose" in Economic Theories of Political Institutions: A Comment
    • Norbert Leudemann, The Social Contract - A Graphic
    • Manfred J. Holler, Public Choice: Competition and Co-operation in a Two Party Spatial Model
    • Hans-Jörg Frahm, Manfred J. Holler and William Schein, A Methodology for Analyzing Voting Behavior
    • Johann Wolfgang v. Goethe, How to create money
    • Alexandra Post, A Hypothetical Model for an International Deepsea Mining Regulatory Authority


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