Publications and Working Papers

2015
The Fate of the German Model
Hall PA. The Fate of the German Model. In: The German Model Seen by its Neighbours. Brussels: Social Europe ; 2015. pp. 43-62. Publisher's Version hall2015_germanmodel.pdf
The Future of the Welfare State
Hall PA. The Future of the Welfare State. In: The Predistribution Agenda: Tackling Inequality and Supporting Sustainable Growth. London: IB Tauris ; 2015. pp. 255-65. Publisher's Version hall2015_predistr.pdf
Hall PA. Social Policy-Making for the Long Term. PS: Political Science and Politics. 2015;48 (2) :289-91. hall2015_pierson.pdf
2014
The Politics of Representation in the Global Age
Jacoby W, Levy J, Meunier S. The Politics of Representation in the Global Age. (Hall PA). New York: Cambridge University Press; 2014.
Hall PA. Varieties of Capitalism and the Euro Crisis. West European Politics. 2014;37 (6) :1223-43. hall2014_wep.pdf
2013
Hall PA. Anxiety about Democracy: Why Now?. The Democracy Papers of the SSRC. 2013. hall2013_anxiety.pdf
Hall PA. The Political Origins of our Economic Discontents. In: Politics in New Hard Times. Ithaca: Cornell University Press ; 2013. hall2013_hardtimes.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. Democracy in the European Union: The Problem of Political Capacity. In: Staatstätigkeiten, Parteien und Demokratie. Berlin: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften ; 2013. pp. 429-41. hall2013_schmidt.pdf
Hall PA, Lamont M. Introduction: Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era. In: Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era. New York: Cambridge University Press ; 2013. pp. 1-31. halllamont2013_introms.pdf
Barnes L, Hall PA. Neoliberalism and Social Resilience in the Developed Democracies. In: Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era. New York: Cambridge University Press ; 2013. pp. 209-38. resiliencefinal.pdf
Renewal in the Post-Crisis Landscape: The Limits of Technocratic Social Democracy
Hall PA. Renewal in the Post-Crisis Landscape: The Limits of Technocratic Social Democracy. In: Progressive Politics after the Crash. London: IB Tauris ; 2013. pp. 19-34. Publisher's Version hall2013_socdem.pdf
Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era
Hall PA, Lamont M. Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era. New York: Cambridge University Press; 2013. halllamont2013_intro.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
2010
Hall PA. Samuel H. Beer and the Possibilities of Politics. British Politics. 2010;5 (1) :3-13. hall2010_british_politics.pdf
The Significance of Politics
Hall PA. The Significance of Politics. In: Aftershocks: Economic Crisis and Institutional Choice. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press ; 2010. pp. 93-102. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Chapter based on an interview appearing in Aftershocks: Economic Crisis and Institutional Choice, edited by Anton Hemerijck, Ben Knapen and Ellen van Doorne, eds., (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press):93-102."My first indication of the risks of potential crisis came when the financial press began to speak openly about the 'bets' that international financial institutions were making, whether on the direction of the markets , on takeovers, or the like. Banks were no longer making investments; they were making bets. It was commonly understood that the character of banking had changed over the past 15 years, as financial institutions dramatically increased their leverage using new derivatives. But the level of risk taking described by Susan Strange as 'Casino Capitalism' was a new phenomenon.i A few years prior to the crisis, respected financial publications began explicitly using the word 'bet' to describe the investments institutions were making. That was when I began to worry, realizing that this had become a fundamentally different banking sector than the one I grew up with."
aftershocks_2010.pdf

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