Publications by Type: Journal Article

2019
Grusky DB, Hall PA, Markus HR. The Rise of Opportunity Markets: How Did It Happen & What Can We Do?. Daedalus [Internet]. 2019;148 (3) :19-45. Publisher's Version gruskyhallmarkus2019.pdf
Hall PA. The Electoral Politics of Growth Regimes. Perspectives on Politics [Internet]. 2019. Publisher's Version hall2018_growthregimes.pdf
Gidron N, Hall PA. Populism as a Problem of Social integration. Comparative Political Studies [Internet]. 2019. Publisher's Version gidronhalljune2019_01.pdf
2017
Gidron N, Hall PA. The Politics of Social Status: Economic and Cultural Roots of the Populist Right. British Journal of Sociology [Internet]. 2017;51. Publisher's Version gidronhallbjs2017.pdf
Hall PA. Stanley Hoffmann As Teacher. Special issue of Commentaire. 2017. hall2017_hoffmann.pdf
2016
Hall PA. Review of Beramendi et al. The Politics of Advanced Capitalism. Socio-Economic Review. 2016;14 (2) :383-94. hall2016_beramendi.pdf
Hall PA. The Roots of Brexit: 1992, 2004 and European Union Expansion. Foreign Affairs. 2016. hall2016_brexitfa.pdf
Hall PA. Transparency, Research Integrity and Multiple Methods. APSA-CP: Comparative Politics Newsletter. 2016 :32-36. hall2016_dart.pdf
2015
Hall PA. Social Policy-Making for the Long Term. PS: Political Science and Politics. 2015;48 (2) :289-91. hall2015_pierson.pdf
2014
Hall PA. Varieties of Capitalism and the Euro Crisis. West European Politics. 2014;37 (6) :1223-43. hall2014_wep.pdf
2013
Hall PA, Taylor RCR, Barnes L. A Capabilities Approach to Population Health and Public Policy-Making. Revue d’Épidemiologie et de Santé Publique . 2013;61 (Supp. 3) :177-83. halletal2013_revue.pdf
Hall PA, Lamont M. Why Social Relations Matter for Politics and Successful Societies. Annual Review of Political Science. 2013;16 :49-71. halllamont2013_arps.pdf
2012
Hall PA. The Economics and Politics of the Euro Crisis. German Politics. 2012;24 (1) :355-71. hall2012_gp.pdf
McLeod CB, Hall PA, Siddiqi A, Hertzman C. How Society Shapes the Health Gradient: Work-Related Health Inequalities in a Comparative Perspective. Annual Review of Public Health. 2012;33 :59-73. mcleodetal2012.pdf
Hall PA. The Mythology of European Union. Swiss Political Science Review. 2012;18 (4) :5-8-13. hall2012spsr.pdf
Hall PA. Tracing the Progress of Process Tracing. European Political Science. 2012 :1-11. hall2012_eps.pdf
2009
Hall PA, Gingerich D. Varieties of Capitalism and Institutional Complementarities in the Political Economy: An Empirical Analysis. British Journal of Political Science. 2009;39 :449-82. hallgingerich2009.pdf
Hall PA, Barnes L, Taylor RR. Why is Wealthier Healthier?. Perspectives on Europe. 2009;39 (2) :4-8.Abstract
"Wealthier is healthier." This characteristically pithy observation by Lant Pritchett and Lawrence H. Summers (1993) summarizes one of the most firmly-established findings about population health. Health is closely related to social class. This "health gradient" shows up in all the developed democracies. On a wide variety of measures, people of higher socioeconomic status tend to be healthier than those on the lower rungs of the socioeconomic ladder.
perspectives2009.pdf
Hall PA, Thelen K. Institutional change in varieties of capitalism. Socio-Economic Review. 2009;7 :7-34.Abstract
Contemporary approaches to varieties to capitalism are often criticized for neglecting issues of institutional change. This paper develops an approach to institutional change more extended than the one provided in Hall and Soskice(in Varieties of Capitalism: The Institutional Foundations of Comparative Advantage, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2001) but congruent with its varieties-ofcapitalism perspective. It begins by outlining an approach to institutional stability, which suggests that the persistence of institutions depends not only on their aggregate welfare effects but also on the distributive benefits that they provide to the underlying social or political coalitions; and not only on the Paretooptimal quality of such equilibria but also on continuous processes of mobilization through which the actors test the limits of the existing institutions. It then develops an analysis of institutional change that emphasizes the ways in which defection, reinterpretation and reform emerge out of such contestation and assesses the accuracy of this account against recent developments in the political economies of Europe. The paper concludes by outlining the implications of this perspective for contemporary analyses of liberalization in the political economy.
socioecon_rev_2009.pdf

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