heikki PATOMÄKI

1. "Democracy in a Globalized World", in K.Booth & T.Erskine (eds.): International Theory Today, Polity: Cambridge, forthcoming in June 2016.

2. “Praxis, Politics and the Future: A Dialectical Critical Realist Account of World-Historical Causation”, Journal of International Relations and Development, accepted for publication (forthcoming in 2016).

3.  "Liian täydellinen ollakseen totta? 'From Apology To Utopia' teoksen argumentatiivisesta rakenteesta" [Too Perfect to be True? On the structure of argumentation of 'From Apology to Utopia'], in J.Petman (ed.): Oikeus ja kritiikki: Koskenniemen 'From Apology to Utopia', Forum Iuris-series, The University of Helsinki Law Faculty: Helsinki, forthcoming in 2016.

4. “Why Do Social Sciences Matter. From Explanatory Critique to Concrete Eutopias in the Study of World Politics”, in P-E.Korvela, K.Palonen & A.Björk (eds.) The Politics of World Politics, SoPhi: Jyväskylä, 2015, pp.176-99 (available at https://jyx.jyu.fi/dspace/bitstream/handle/123456789/46807/978-951-39-6284-5.pdf?sequence=1).

5.  "Absenting the Absence of Future Dangers and Structural Transformations in Securitization Theory", International Relations, (29):1, 2015, pp.128-136.

6.  "On the Reality of Causes: A Response to Ned Lebow" Newsletter of Qualitative and Multi-Method Research, American Political Science Association, Fall 2014, (12):2, pp.11-15; the whole forum is available at http://www.maxwell.syr.edu/uploadedFiles/moynihan/cqrm/Newsletter%2012_2.pdf.

7.   "On the Dialectics of Global Governance in the 21st Century: A Polanyian Double Movement?", Globalizations, 11:(5), 2014, pp.751–768.

8. "Can the EU Be Democratised? A Political Economy Analysis", in R.Fiorentini & G.Montani (eds.): The European Union and Supranational Political Economy, Routledge: London, forthcoming in December 2014, pp.116-132..

9. "Globaalin poliittisen talouden kolme kenttää: kohti demokraattista globaalikeynesiläisyyttä" [The Three Fields of Global Political Economy: Towards Global Keynesianism], in R.Mickelsson (ed.) Poliittinen vaikuttaminen tulevaisuudessa, Turku: Tulevaisuudentutkimuksen Verkostoakatemia & Turun yliopiston politiikan tutkimuksen laitos, 2014; pp.67-92 in e-publication available www.utu.fi/poliittinen-vaikuttaminen-tulevaisuudessa; pp.90-121 in print publication..

10. "Piketty's Global Tax on Capital: A Useful Utopia or a Realistic Alternative to a Global Disaster?", real-world economics review, 69, 7 October 2014, ss.51-57, available at www.paecon.net/PAEReview/issue69/Patomaki69.pdf..

11.  "Agency, Structures and Time: From Atemporal Ontologies to Explicit Geo-Historical Hypotheses – and Anticipation of Global Democracy", in F.Bynander & S.Guzzini (eds.): Rethinking Foreign Policy, Sage: London, 2013, pp.45-58.

12.  Introduction: World State Futures”, with M.Albert, G.Harste, K.E.Jørgensen, Cooperation & Conflict, (47):2, 2012, pp.145-156.

13.  Democracry Promotion: Neoliberal vs. Social Democratic Telos”, in C.Hobson & M.Kurki (eds.): The Conceptual Politics of Democracy Promotion, Routledge: London, 2011, pp.85-99.

14.   On the Complexities of Time and Temporality: Implications for World History and Global Futures”, Australian Journal of Politics and History, (57):3, 2011, pp.339-352.

15. Towards Global Political Parties”, Ethics & Global Politics, (4): 2, 2011, pp. 81-102, available at www.ethicsandglobalpolitics.net.

16.   Exploring Possible, Likely and Desirable Global Futures: Beyond the Closed vs. Open Systems Dichotomy”, in J.Joseph & C.Wight (eds): Scientific Realism and International Relations, Palgrave: London, 2010, pp.147-166.

17.  Cosmological Sources of Critical Cosmopolitanism”, Review of International Studies, (36):S1, 2010, pp.181-200, doi: 10.1017/S0260210510001063.

18.   Social Imaginaries and Big History: Towards a New Planetary Consciousness?”, with M.B.Steger, Futures, (42):10, 2010, pp.1056–106

19. After Critical Realism? The Relevance of Contemporary Science”, Journal of Critical Realism, (9):1, 2010, pp.59-89.

20. What Next? An Explanation of the 2008-9 Slump and Two Scenarios of the Shape of Things to Come”, Globalizations, (7):1, March-May 2010, pp. 67-84.

21. “Neoliberalism and the Global Financial Crisis”, New Political Science, (31):4, 2009, pp.431-442.