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Müller, Martin; Klingberg, Karsten; Wertli, Maria M; Carreira, Helena (2018). Manual lymphatic drainage and quality of life in patients with lymphoedema and mixed oedema: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials. Quality of Life Research, 27(6):1403-1414.

Wentzel, Corinna; Delvendahl, Igor; Sydlik, Sebastian; Georgiev, Oleg; Müller, Martin (2018). Dysbindin links presynaptic proteasome function to homeostatic recruitment of low release probability vesicles. Nature Communications:9:267.

Broglie, Martina A; Stoeckli, Sandro J; Sauter, Rafael; Pasche, Philippe; Reinhard, Antoine; de Leval, Laurence; Huber, Gerhard F; Pezier, Thomas F; Soltermann, Alex; Giger, Roland; Arnold, Andreas; Dettmer, Matthias; Arnoux, Andre; Müller, Martin; Spreitzer, Stefan; Lang, Florian; Lutchmaya, Mathieu; Stauffer, Edouard; Espeli, Vittoria; Martucci, Francesco; Bongiovanni, Massimo; Foerbs, Diana; Jochum, Wolfram (2017). Impact of human papillomavirus on outcome in patients with oropharyngeal cancer treated with primary surgery. Head and Neck, 39(10):2004-2015.

Müller, Martin (2017). Approaching paradox: Loving and hating mega-events. Tourism Management, 63:234-241.

Müller, Martin (2017). What makes an event a mega-event? Definitions and sizes. In: Frawley, Stephen. Managing Sport Mega-Events. Abingdon: Routledge, 8-23.

Müller, Martin (2016). After Sochi 2014: costs and impacts of russia’s olympic games. The Building Economist, 55(3):23-31.

Müller, Martin (2016). An ethnographic perspective on educating state subjects in Russia. International Studies Review, 18(2):358-365.

Müller, Martin; Schurr, Carolin (2016). Assemblage thinking and actor-network theory: conjunctions, disjunctions, cross-fertilisations. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 41(3):217-229.

Müller, Martin; Stewart, Allison (2016). Does temporary geographical proximity predict learning? Knowledge dynamics in the Olympic Games. Regional Studies, 50(3):377-390.

Müller, Martin (2016). The multiple roles of mega-events: mega-promises, mini-outcomes? In: Transparency, International; Sweeney, Gareth. Global Corruption Report: Sport. Abingdon: Routledge, 133-138.

Müller, Martin. Die heimlichen Kosten Olympias. In: Süddeutsche Zeitung, 18 November 2015, p.2.

Müller, Martin; Genç, Özgür; Davis, Graeme W (2015). RIM-Binding Protein Links Synaptic Homeostasis to the Stabilization and Replenishment of High Release Probability Vesicles. Neuron, 85(5):1056-1069.

Davis, Graeme W; Müller, Martin (2015). Homeostatic Control of Presynaptic Neurotransmitter Release. Annual Review of Physiology, 77(1):251-270.

Müller, Martin (2015). (Im-)Mobile policies: Why sustainability went wrong in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. European Urban and Regional Studies, 22(2):191-209.

Müller, Martin (2015). A half-hearted romance? A diagnosis and agenda for the relationship between economic geography and actor-network theory (ANT). Progress in Human Geography, 39(1):65-86.

Müller, Martin (2015). Assemblages and actor-networks: Rethinking socio-material power, politics and space. Geography Compass, 9(1):27-41.

Müller, Martin; Pernet, Corinne A (2015). BRIC foundations: new kids on the block and the implications for transcultural communication. In: Sánchez, Yvette; Brühwiler, Claudia Franziska. Transculturalism and business in the BRIC states: a handbook. Farnham: Gower Publishing, 131-150.

Müller, Martin (2015). BRIC on BRIC: Introduction: How Brazil, Russia, India, and China view BRIC. In: Sánchez, Yvette; Brühwiler, Claudia Franziska. Transculturalism and business in the BRIC states: a handbook. Farnham: Gower Publishing, 301-308.

Müller, Martin; Bachmann, Veit (2015). Conclusion: Looking from the outside in ≠ Looking from the inside out. In: Bachmann, Veit; Müller, Martin. Perceptions of the EU in Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa: Looking in from the Outside. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 187-195.

Müller, Martin (2015). Das Mega-Event-Syndrom. Weshalb Großveranstaltungen so problematisch sind – und was sich ändern sollte. Standort : Zeitschrift für Angewandte Geographie, 39(2-3):120-126.

Müller, Martin; Pickles, John (2015). Global games, local rules: Mega-events in the post-socialist world. European Urban and Regional Studies, 22(2):121-127.

Müller, Martin (2015). How mega-events capture their hosts: event seizure and the World Cup 2018 in Russia. Urban Geography:online.

Bachmann, Veit; Müller, Martin (2015). Introduction: Global Europa? How, When and to Whom? In: Bachmann, Veit; Müller, Martin. Perceptions of the EU in Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa: Looking in from the Outside. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 1-13.

Tristl, Christiane; Müller, Martin; Bachmann, Veit (2015). Lexicometric analysis: a methodological prelude. In: Bachmann, Veit; Müller, Martin. Perceptions of the EU in Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa: Looking in from the Outside. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 69-76.

Müller, Martin (2015). Mais alto, maior, mais caro: Sochi e as Olimpiadas de Inverno de 2014. In: dos Santos Junior, Orlando Alves; Gaffney, Christopher; de Queiroz Ribeiro, Luiz Cesar. Brasil: os impactos da Copa do Mundo 2014 e das Olimpíadas 2016. Rio de Janeiro: Observatório das Metrópoles, 539-545.

Müller, Martin (2015). Mega-shock, mini-outcome: Russian authoritarianism and the 2014 winter Olympics in Sochi. In: Grabher, Gernot; Thiel, Joachim. Self-induced shocks: mega-projects and urban development. Berlin: Jovis, 118-137.

Müller, Martin (2015). More-than-representational political geographies. In: Agnew, John A; Mamadouh, Virginie; Secor, Anna; Sharp, Joanne. The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Political Geography. Oxford: Wiley, 409-423.

Müller, Martin (2015). Organization, Geography of. In: Wright, James D. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition). Amsterdam: Elsevier, 301-306.

Perceptions of the EU in Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa. Looking in from the outside. Edited by: Bachmann, Veit; Müller, Martin (2015). London: Palgrave.

Perceptions of the EU in Eastern Europe and sub-Saharan Africa: looking in from the outside. Edited by: Bachmann, Veit; Müller, Martin (2015). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Denisova-Schmidt, Elena; Müller, Martin; Schmid, Ulrich (2015). Russia. In: Sánchez, Yvette; Brühwiler, Claudia Franziska. Transculturalism and business in the BRIC states: a handbook. Farnham: Gower Publishing, 207-228.

Müller, Martin (2015). Sotschi 2014: Das staubige Herz der größten Baustelle der Welt. In: Helbling, Bruno. Olympic Realities – Sechs Städte nach dem Grossanlass / Six Cities after the Games. Basel: Birkhäuser, 185-208.

Müller, Martin (2015). The mega-event syndrome: why so much goes wrong in mega-event planning and what to do about It. Journal of the American Planning Association, 81(1):6-17.

Müller, Martin (2015). What makes an event a mega-event? Definitions and sizes. Leisure Studies, 34(6):627-642.

Müller, Martin; Birrer, Peter B. Das ist totes Kapital: Interview mit Professor Martin Müller. In: NZZ am Sonntag, 21 December 2014, p.48-49.

Müller, Martin. Russland wird Brasilien hoch zwei. In: Tages-Anzeiger, 16 July 2014, p.7.

Müller, Martin. Stoppt den Wahnsinn! Kosten für Grossveranstaltungen wie Olympia und Fussball-WM ufern aus. In: Die Zeit, 10 July 2014, p.27.

Müller, Martin; Wolfe, Sven Daniel (2014). World Cup Russia 2018: already the most expensive ever? Russian Analytical Digest, 150:2-6.

Müller, Martin. Hauptsache, die Fassade glänzt. In: St. Galler Tagblatt, 4 February 2014, p.3.

Müller, Martin. Winterspiele der Extreme. In: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 10 January 2014, p.19.

Müller, Martin (2014). After Sochi 2014: costs and impacts of Russia’s Olympic Games. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 55(6):628-655.

Müller, Martin (2014). From sacred cow to cash cow: The shifting political ecologies of protected areas in Russia. Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie, 58(2-3):127-143.

Müller, Martin; Wolfe, Sven Daniel (2014). Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft in Russland 2018: bereits jetzt die teuerste aller Zeiten? Russland-Analysen, (279):10-14.

Müller, Martin (2014). Higher, larger, costlier: Sochi and the 2014 winter Olympics. Russian Analytical Digest, (143):2-4.

Bolkvadze, Ketevan; Müller, Martin; Bachmann, Veit (2014). I am Georgian and therefore I am European: Comparing elite and public perceptions of Europe in Georgia, 2003 – 2013. In: Chaban, Natalia; Holland, Martin. Communicating Europe in times of crisis. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 197-219.

Müller, Martin (2014). Introduction: Winter Olympics Sochi 2014: what is at stake? East European Politics and Societies, 30(2):153-157.

Fischer, Nina M; Favrot, Claude; Birkmann, Katharina; Jackson, Michelle Amanda; Schwarzwald, Colin C; Müller, Martin; Tobler, Kurt; Geisseler, Marco; Lange, Christian E (2014). Serum antibodies and DNA indicate a high prevalence of equine papillomavirus 2 (EcPV2) among horses in Switzerland. Veterinary Dermatology, 25(3):210- e54.

Müller, Martin (2014). Sotschi und die Olympischen Winterspiele 2014. PlanerIn, (2):8-10.

Müller, Martin (2014). The topological multiplicities of power: the limits of governing the Olympics. Economic Geography, 90(3):321-339.

Müller, Martin. Les Jeux, un mauvais vecteur d’image. In: Le Temps, 28 February 2013, p.online.

Müller, Martin (2013). Lack and jouissance in hegemonic discourse of identification with the state. Organization, 20(2):279-298.

Sochi and the 2014 olympics: Game over? Edited by: Müller, Martin (2013). St. Gallen: Center for Governance and Culture in Europe, University of St.Gallen.

Müller, Martin (2013). Sotschi und die Olympischen Winterspiele 2014. Religion & Gesellschaft in Ost und West, 41(7-8):21-23.

Müller, Martin (2013). Text, discourse, affect and things. In: Dodds, Klaus; Kuus, Merje; Sharp, Joanne. The Ashgate Research Companion to Critical Geopolitics. Farnham, Surrey (UK): Ashgate, 49-68.

Müller, Martin; Steyaert, Chris (2013). The geopolitics of organizing mega-events. In: Munoz, Joseph Mark S. Handbook on the geopolitics of business. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar, 139-150.

Müller, Martin (2013). Toothless tigers? A commentary on Alec Murphy's ‘Trapped in the Logic of the Modern State System?’. Geopolitics, 18(3):724-729.

Müller, Martin. Winterspiele taugen nicht als Imageträger. In: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 4 November 2012, p.15.

Müller, Martin. Die heile Fussballwelt der Ukraine. In: St. Galler Tagblatt, 11 May 2012, p.online.

Müller, Martin (2012). Higher, longer, costlier: Risiko in der Planung von Grossprojekten. ESPRIT St. Galler Business Review ESGBR, 2:40-43.

Müller, Martin (2012). Mittendrin statt nur dabei: Ethnographie als Methodologie in der Humangeographie. Geographica Helvetica, 67(4):179-184.

Müller, Martin (2012). Opening the black box of the organization: Socio-material practices of geopolitical ordering. Political Geography, 31(6):379-388.

Müller, Martin (2012). Popular perception of urban transformation through megaevents: understanding support for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 30(4):693-711.

Müller, Martin (2012). Think big! Das Grossprojekt Soči 2014. Osteuropa, 62(6-8):313-324.

Müller, Martin (2011). Education and the formation of geopolitical subjects. International Political Sociology, 5(1):1-17.

Müller, Martin (2011). How natural disturbance triggers political conflict: bark beetles and the meaning of landscape in the Bavarian Forest. Global Environmental Change, 21(3):935-946.

Müller, Martin (2011). Market meets nationalism: making entrepreneurial state subjects in post-Soviet Russia. Nationalities Papers, 39(3):393-408.

Müller, Martin; Shvarts, Evgeny; Onufrenya, Irina (2011). Nationalparkboom in Russland. Natur und Landschaft, 86(2):64-68.

Müller, Martin (2011). New kids on the block: the rise of the BRIC and the reconfiguration of global economic ties. European Researcher, 12(15):1615-1625.

Müller, Martin (2011). Public opinion toward the European Union in Georgia. Post-Soviet Affairs, 27(1):64-92.

Job, Hubert; Mayer, Marius; Woltering, Manuel; Müller, Martin; Harrer, Bernhard; Metzler, Daniel (2011). Regional economic impact of Bavarian Forest National Park. In: Vasilijević, Maja; Pezold, Tomasz. Crossing borders for nature: European examples of transboundary conservation. Gland (CH): IUCN, 59-65.

Müller, Martin (2011). Russland im Aufwind: geopolitische Implikationen des russischen Wachstums. In: Jahresheft Geopolitik 2010. Euskirchen: Amt für Geoinformationswesen der Bundeswehr, 52-58.

Müller, Martin (2011). State dirigisme in megaprojects: governing the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Environment and Planning A, 43(9):2091-2108.

Müller, Martin (2011). Zu den Anforderungen an eine kumulative Dissertation. Verband der Geographen an Deutschen Hochschulen. Rundbrief Geographie:16-18.

Müller, Martin (2010). Doing discourse analysis in critical geopolitics. L' Espace Politique, 12(2010-3):online.

Mayer, Marius; Müller, Martin; Woltering, Manuel; Arnegger, Julius; Job, Hubert (2010). The economic impact of tourism in six German national parks. Landscape and Urban Planning, 97(2):73-82.

Mayer, Marius; Müller, Martin; Woltering, Manuel (2009). Die regionalwirtschaftliche Bedeutung des Nationalparks Bayerischer Wald. Verein zum Schutz der Bergwelt. Jahrbuch, 73:111-124.

Müller, Martin; Gutbrod, Hans (2009). Europa bis zum Kaukasus? EUphorie in Georgien. Europa Regional, 17(4):210-220.

Flint, Courtney G; McFarlane, Bonnie; Müller, Martin (2009). Human dimensions of forest disturbance by insects: an international synthesis. Journal of environmental management, 43(6):1174-1186.

Müller, Martin (2009). Making great power identities in Russia: an ethnographic discourse analysis of education at a Russian elite university. Zürich: LIT.

Müller, Martin; Job, Hubert (2009). Managing natural disturbance in protected areas: tourists' attitude towards the bark beetle in a German national park. Biological Conservation, 142(2):375-383.

Müller, Martin (2009). Measuring the regional economic impact of mega-events: what are the benefits of the 2014 Olympics for Sochi? In: Romanova, G. Professional training for the XXII Olympic and XI Paralympic Winter Games: problems and perspectives. Sochi: Sochi State University for Tourism and Recreation, 192-201.

Müller, Martin (2009). Rethinking identification with the hegemonic discourse of a ‘strong Russia’ through Laclau and Mouffe. In: Casula, Philipp; Perović, Jeronim. Identities and politics during the Putin presidency: the discursive foundations of Russia's stability. Stuttgart: ibidem, 327-347.

Müller, Martin (2009). The inevitable flaws in Russia's great power project. London: ExploringGeopolitics.

Müller, Martin; Job, Hubert; Mayer, Marius; Woltering, Manuel (2008). Visitor attitudes towards natural disturbance: the case of the bark beetle in Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany. In: Fourth international conference on monitoring and management of visitor flows in recreational and protected areas, Montecatini Terme (I), 14 October 2008 - 19 October 2008, 347-352.

Job, Hubert; Mayer, Marius; Woltering, Manuel; Müller, Martin; Harrer, Bernhard; Metzler, Daniel (2008). Der Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald als regionaler Wirtschaftsfaktor. Grafenau: Nationalparkverwaltung Bayerischer Wald.

Müller, Martin; Reuber, Paul (2008). Empirical verve, conceptual doubts: looking from the outside in at critical geopolitics. Geopolitics, 13(3):458-472.

Müller, Martin (2008). Reconsidering the concept of discourse for the field of critical geopolitics: towards discourse as language and practice. Political Geography, 27(3):322-338.

Müller, Martin (2008). Schutzgebiete in Russland: Katalysatoren nachhaltiger Entwicklung? Osteuropa, 58(4-5):419-437.

Müller, Martin (2008). Situating identities: enacting and studying Europe at a Russian elite university. Millennium - Journal of International Studies, 37(1):3-25.

Müller, Martin; Mayer, Marius; Job, Hubert (2008). Totholz und Borkenkäfer im Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald aus touristischer Perspektive. In: Job, Hubert. Die Destination Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald als regionaler Wirtschaftsfaktor. Grafenau: Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald, 100-116.

Müller, Martin (2007). What's in a word? Problematizing translation between languages. Area, 39(2):206-213.

Müller, Martin (2007). Zusammen, aber doch getrennt? Vorstellungen von Russlands Platz in Europa an einer russischen Elitehochschule. Europa Regional, 15(4):199-208.

Müller, Martin (2006). Discourses of postmodern epistemology: radical impetus lost? Progress in Development Studies, 6(4):306-320.

Müller, Martin; Job, Hubert (2006). Improvement of housing conditions and the performance of an aided housing scheme in selected rural areas of Kenya. Die Erde, 137(4):333-354.

Müller, Martin (2005). Lost in translation: development politics in between the spaces of "the cultural". Geographische Zeitschrift, 93(2):121-133.

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