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A Comprehensive Empirical Model of Welfare State Retrenchment
Unformatted Document Text:  Reference Allan, James and Lyle Scruggs, 2004. “Political Partisanship and Welfare State Reform in Advanced Industrial Societies.” Amercian Journal of Political Science. 48:3, 496- 512.Amable, Bruno, Donatella Gatti and Jan Schumacher. 2006 “Welfare State Retrenchment: The Partisan Effect Revisited.” The Institute for the Study of Labor Discussion Paper No. 1995. Bonoli, G. 2001. “Political institutions, veto points, and the process of welfare state adaption.” In P. Pierson The New Politics of the Welfare States, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 238-64.Burgoon, B. 2001. “Globalization and welfare compensation: disentangling the ties that bind.” International Organization. 55:3, 509-51.Castles, F. G. 2004. The Future of the Welfare State: Crisis Myths and Crisis Realities. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Clayton, Richard and Jonas Pontusson. 1998. “Welfare-State Retrenchment Revisited: Entitlement Cuts, Public Sector Restructuring, and Inegalitarian Trends in Advanced Capitalist Societies.” World Politics. 51: 1, 67-98.Cusack, Thomas R. and Lutz Engelhardt, 2002, “The PGL File Collection.” Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Sozialforschung.Esping-Andersen, G. 1990. The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. Oxford: Polity Press.Garrett, G. 1998. Partisan Politics in the Global Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Garrett, G. and Mitchell, D 2001. “Globalization, government spending and taxation in the OECD.” European Journal of Political Research. 39: 2, 145-77.Glyn, Andrew. 1995. “Unemployment and Inequality.” Oxford Review of Economic policy 11 (Spring) 10-11.Huber, Evelyne, Charles Ragin, and John D. Stephens. 1997. “Comparative Welfare States Data Set.” Northwestern University and University of North Carolina. Huber, Evelyne, and John Stephens. 2001. Development and Crisis of the Welfare States: Parties and Politics in Global Markets. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Huber, Evelyne, Charles Ragin, John D. Stephens, David Brady, and Jason Beckfield. 2004 Comparative Welfare States Data Set, Northwestern University, University of North Carolina, Duke University and Indiana UniversityKorpi, Walter. 2003. “Welfare State Regress in Western Europe: Politics, Institutions, Globalization, and Europeanizaiton.” Annul Review Sociol. 29: 589-609. Korpi, W and Palme, J. 2003. “New Politics and Class Politics in the Context of Austerity and Globalization: Welfare State Regress in 18 countries, 1975—1995.” American Political Science Review, 97:3, 425-46.McDaniel, Susan A. 1985. “Demographic Aging as a Guiding Paradigm in Canada’s Welfare State.” Canadian Public Policy. XIII: 3:330-336.Milesi-Ferretti, G. M., Perotti, R. and Rostagno, M 2002. “Electoral Systems and Public Spending.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, CXVII, 609-57.O’Connor, J.S. and Olson, G 1998. Power Resources Theory and the Welfare State: A 16

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Reference
Allan, James and Lyle Scruggs, 2004. “Political Partisanship and Welfare State Reform
in Advanced Industrial Societies.” Amercian Journal of Political Science. 48:3, 496-
512.
Amable, Bruno, Donatella Gatti and Jan Schumacher. 2006 “Welfare State
Retrenchment:
The Partisan Effect Revisited.” The Institute for the Study of Labor Discussion Paper
No. 1995.
Bonoli, G. 2001. “Political institutions, veto points, and the process of welfare state
adaption.” In P. Pierson The New Politics of the Welfare States, Oxford: Oxford
University Press, pp. 238-64.
Burgoon, B. 2001. “Globalization and welfare compensation: disentangling the ties that
bind.” International Organization. 55:3, 509-51.
Castles, F. G. 2004. The Future of the Welfare State: Crisis Myths and Crisis Realities.
Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Clayton, Richard and Jonas Pontusson. 1998. “Welfare-State Retrenchment Revisited:
Entitlement Cuts, Public Sector Restructuring, and Inegalitarian Trends in Advanced
Capitalist Societies.” World Politics. 51: 1, 67-98.
Cusack, Thomas R. and Lutz Engelhardt, 2002, “The PGL File Collection.”
Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Sozialforschung.
Esping-Andersen, G. 1990. The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. Oxford: Polity
Press.
Garrett, G. 1998. Partisan Politics in the Global Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press.
Garrett, G. and Mitchell, D 2001. “Globalization, government spending and taxation in
the OECD.” European Journal of Political Research. 39: 2, 145-77.
Glyn, Andrew. 1995. “Unemployment and Inequality.” Oxford Review of Economic
policy
11 (Spring) 10-11.
Huber, Evelyne, Charles Ragin, and John D. Stephens. 1997. “Comparative Welfare
States Data Set.” Northwestern University and University of North Carolina.
Huber, Evelyne, and John Stephens. 2001. Development and Crisis of the Welfare States:
Parties and Politics in Global Markets.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Huber, Evelyne, Charles Ragin, John D. Stephens, David Brady, and Jason Beckfield.
2004 Comparative Welfare States Data Set, Northwestern University, University of
North Carolina, Duke University and Indiana University
Korpi, Walter. 2003. “Welfare State Regress in Western Europe: Politics, Institutions,
Globalization, and Europeanizaiton.” Annul Review Sociol. 29: 589-609.
Korpi, W and Palme, J. 2003. “New Politics and Class Politics in the Context of
Austerity and Globalization: Welfare State Regress in 18 countries, 1975—1995.”
American Political Science Review, 97:3, 425-46.
McDaniel, Susan A. 1985. “Demographic Aging as a Guiding Paradigm in Canada’s
Welfare State.” Canadian Public Policy. XIII: 3:330-336.
Milesi-Ferretti, G. M., Perotti, R. and Rostagno, M 2002. “Electoral Systems and Public
Spending.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, CXVII, 609-57.
O’Connor, J.S. and Olson, G 1998. Power Resources Theory and the Welfare State: A
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