Publications of Project B03

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Cortina Escudero, Martín, 2022: Trade and immigration: How international factors shaped social policy in Argentina, in: Nullmeier, Frank; González de Reufels, Delia; Obinger, Herbert (Ed.), International Impacts on Social Policy. Short Histories in a Global Perspective, Global Dynamics of Social Policy, Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 399 - 411

Altamirano, Melina; Berens, Sarah; Deeg, Franziska, 2021: Varieties of Economic Vulnerability: Evidence on Social Policy Preferences and Labor Informality from Mexico, in: Latin American Politics and Society, (forthcoming)

Berens, Sarah; Ruth-Lovell, Saskia, 2021: How Clientelism Hinders Progressive Social Policy in Latin America, in: Acta Politica, doi:10.1057/s41269-020-00189-x, 12.01.2021

Baker, Andy; Berens, Sarah; Feierherd, Germán; Menéndez González, Irene, 2020: Labor Informality and its Political Consequences in Latin America, in: LAPOP Insights Series, (144), pp. 1 - 16, 21.07.2020, Link (Date: 24.11.2020)

Berens, Sarah, 2020: Opting for Exit: Informalization, Social Policy Discontent, and Lack of Good Governance, in: Latin American Politics and Society, 62 (2), pp. 1 - 28, doi:10.1017/lap.2019.58

Altamirano, Melina; Berens, Sarah; Ley, Sandra, 2020: The Welfare State amid Crime: How victimization and fear of crime affect preferences for redistribution in Latin America, in: Politics & Society, 48 (3), pp. 389 - 442, doi:10.1177/0032329220940850

Berens, Sarah; Ruth-Lovell, Saskia, 2019: Universal Social Policies and Clientelistic Party Strategies in Latin America, in: Ruth-Lovell, Saskia P.; Spirova, Maria (Ed.), Clientelism and Democratic Governance in Comparative Perspective, Colchester: ECPR Press

Berens, Sarah, 2019: Review: Cambridge University Press (Ed.), 2018, Democracies in Peril. Taxation and Redistribution in Globalizing Economies, in: Perspectives on Politics

Berens, Sarah; Gelepithis, Margarita, 2019: Welfare State Structure, Inequality and Public Attitudes towards Progressive Taxation, in: Socio-Economic Review, 17 (4), pp. 823 - 850, doi:10.1093/ser/mwx063

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