Economy and Ecology: Environmental protection and institutional emergence in the United States and Germany (Under preparation.)
Rea, Christopher M. “The EU Emissions Trading Scheme: Protection via Commodification?” Culture, Practice & Europeanization 4(1), 48-73. Special issue: “Countermovements in Europe? A Polanyian Perspective.” (data and code)
Lockhart, Andy and Christopher M. Rea (equal authorship). “Why there and then, not here and now? Ecological offsetting in California and England, and the sharpening contradictions of neoliberal natures.” Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space.
Rea, Christopher M. “Regulatory thickening and the politics of market-oriented environmental policy.” Environmental Politics. (data)
Rea, Christopher M. “Theorizing command-and-commodify regulation: the case of species conservation banking in the United States.” Theory & Society 46(1), 21-56. (data and code)
2017 Edward Shils – James Coleman Memorial Award for Best Student Paper, Honorable Mention. American Sociological Association, Theory Section.
2016 Early Career Workshop Award, Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE).
Walker, Edward T.
Rea, Christopher M. “Commodifying Conservation.” Contexts 14(1), 72-3.
Walker, Edward T.
Frickel, Scott and Christopher M. Rea. “Drought, Hurricane, or Tornado? Assessing the Trump Administration’s Anti-Science Disaster.” Engaging Science, Technology, and Society.
Working Papers (available upon request)
Rea, Christopher M. “The Nature of Marketization: Environmental Protection and Institutional Change in the United States and Germany.”
Rea, Christopher M. “Sheep in Wolfs’ Clothing? Mobilization, bureaucrat activists, and regulatory subterfuge in American and German environmental policy.”
Rea, Christopher M. “Making Markets Fast and Slow: Commodification and the Emergence of Counter-movements.”
Rea, Christopher M. “How Does the State Value Nature? Practices of Quantification and Valuation in Environmental Regulation.”
Rea, Christopher M. “Towards a Comparative and Historical Environmental Sociology.”