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Rottenburg, Richard; Merry Engle, Sally; Park, Sung-Joon; Mugler, Johanna (eds.) (2015). The World of Indicators. The Making of Governmental Knowledge through Quantification (In Press). Cambridge Studies in Law and Society. Cambridge University Press
Mugler, Johanna (2015). By Their Own Account: (Quantitative) Accountability, Numerical Reflexivity, and the National Prosecuting Authority in South Africa (In Press). In: Rottenburg, Richard; Engle Merry, Sally; Park, Sung-Joon; Mugler, Johanna (eds.) The World of Indicators. The Making of Governmental Knowledge through Quantification. Cambridge Studies in Law and Society. Cambridge University Press
Mugler, Johanna (February 2015). The emergence of global tax payers: the (re-)making of international business tax law (Unpublished). In: IASH Winter school “TransForming Capital”. Schloss Münchenwiler, Switzerland. 05.02.-11.02.2015.
Mugler, Johanna (December 2014). No fear of numbers. No chasing or cheating. No number games. Prosecutors at work with performance measurement systems in the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) in South Africa. (Unpublished). In: African Courts: Actors, Institutional Developments and Governance. LASDEL Niamey, Niger. 04.12.-09.12.2014.
Mugler, Johanna; Budniok, Jan; Göpfert, Mirko (1 August 2014). Collaboration in criminal justice: actors, processes and translations (Unpublished). In: Biennial conference of EASA, European Association of Social Anthropologists. Tallinn, Estonia. 30.07.-03.08.2014.
Mugler, Johanna (February 2013). Travelling models of audit societies. Differing attitudes towards performance measurement. The National Prosecution Authority at work in South Africa (Unpublished). In: How to put models into practice? African perspectives on technologies of ordering in legal, organisational and medical contexts. Halle/Saale. 08.02.-09.02.2013.
Mugler, Johanna (14 June 2010). Auch Gewalt liegt im Auge des Betrachters. Die Welt
Mugler, Johanna (2005). To Live and Move in Safety: Fear of Crime, Crime and the Social Consequences of Spatial Security Strategies. Postamble, 1(2) University of Cape Town