Publications by Type: Journal Article

Gidron N, Hall PA. The Politics of Social Status: Economic and Cultural Roots of the Populist Right. British Journal of Sociology. 2017;51. Publisher's Version gidronhallbjs2017.pdf
Hall PA. Stanley Hoffmann As Teacher. Special issue of Commentaire. 2017. hall2017_hoffmann.pdf
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
Hall PA. Social Policy-Making for the Long Term. PS: Political Science and Politics. 2015;48 (2) :289-91. hall2015_pierson.pdf
Hall PA. Varieties of Capitalism and the Euro Crisis. West European Politics. 2014;37 (6) :1223-43. hall2014_wep.pdf
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
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
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.