"Sorting for Schools: Housing, Education, and Inequality” (with Ben Ansell). Socio-Economic Review. Forthcoming.
'“Visibility, Values and Voters: the Informational Role of the Welfare State.” Journal of Politics. Forthcoming.
“Varying Costs to Change? Institutional Change in the Administration of the Welfare State.” Governance. Forthcoming.
"Preferences in Context: Micro Preferences, Macro Contexts, and the Demand for Social Policy." with Ben Ansell. Comparative Political Studies. 45(12): 1624-1654. 2012.
Making Multiple Markets in the Welfare State. Cambridge University Press. Studies in Comparative Politics Series. (2011)
Social Policy in Small European States (ed). With Gary Cohen, Ben Ansell and Robert Cox. New York Berghahn Books. Contemporary European History Series (2012).
“Structuring the Vote, Welfare Institutions and Value Based Vote Choices.” How Welfare States Shape Democratic Publics. Eds. Staffan Kumlin and Isabelle Stadelmann. Edward Elgar. 2014.
“A Tale of Two Trilemmas: Varieties of Higher Education and the Service Economy” with Ben Ansell. Political Economy of the Service Transition. Oxford University Press. Edited by Anne Wren. 2013.
“Multiple Market Prescriptions: The Diverse Models of Health Care Reform in Sweden” in Gary Cohen, Ansell, Ben, Cox Robert and Jane Gingrich. Social Policy in Small European States. New York Berghahn Books. (2012)
“Emergent Institutionalism: The United Kingdom’s Response to the BSE Epidemic” with Chris Ansell. In Deborah Gibbons ed. Communicable Crises Prevention, Response, and Recovery in the Global Arena. Charlotte, NC, Information Age Publishing.
“The Decentralization of Governance: Regional and Local Delegation,” with Chris Ansell. In Bruce E. Cain, Russell J. Dalton and Susan E. Scarrow, eds. Democracy Transformed? Expanding Political Opportunities in Advanced Industrial Democracies. New York, Oxford University Press. (2003)
‘Reforming the Administrative State’ with Chris Ansell. In Bruce E. Cain, Russell J. Dalton and Susan E. Scarrow, eds. Democracy Transformed? Expanding Political Opportunities in Advanced Industrial Democracies. New York, Oxford University Press. (2003)