Torben Iversen
Torben Iversen
Professor of Government, Harvard University
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Social protection and the formation of skills: A reinterpretation of the welfare state
M Estevez-Abe, T Iversen, D Soskice
Varieties of capitalism: The institutional foundations of comparative …, 2001
Electoral institutions and the politics of coalitions: Why some democracies redistribute more than others
T Iversen, D Soskice
American political science review 100 (2), 165-181, 2006
An asset theory of social policy preferences
I Torben, S David
American Political Science Review 95 (4), 875-93, 2001
Equality, employment, and budgetary restraint: the trilemma of the service economy
T Iversen, A Wren
World politics 50 (4), 507-546, 1998
The causes of welfare state expansion: deindustrialization or globalization?
T Iversen, TR Cusack
World politics 52 (3), 313-349, 2000
Capitalism, democracy, and welfare
T Iversen
Cambridge University Press, 2005
Political economics
JE Alt, KA Chrystal
Univ of California Press, 1983
Partisan politics, the welfare state, and three worlds of human capital formation
T Iversen, JD Stephens
Comparative political studies 41 (4-5), 600-637, 2008
Contested economic institutions: The politics of macroeconomics and wage bargaining in advanced democracies
T Iversen
Cambridge University Press, 1999
Risks at work: The demand and supply sides of government redistribution
T Cusack, T Iversen, P Rehm
Oxford review of economic policy 22 (3), 365-389, 2006
The political economy of gender: Explaining cross‐national variation in the gender division of labor and the gender voting gap
T Iversen, F Rosenbluth
American Journal of Political Science 50 (1), 1-19, 2006
Distribution and Redistribution: The Shadow of the 19th Century.”
T Iversen, D Soskice
Economic interests and the origins of electoral systems
TR Cusack, T Iversen, D Soskice
American Political Science Review 101 (3), 373-391, 2007
2 The Dynamics of Welfare State Expansion: Trade Openness, De-industrialization, and Partisan Politics 10
T Iversen
The new politics of the welfare state, 45, 2001
Power, flexibility, and the breakdown of centralized wage bargaining: Denmark and Sweden in comparative perspective
T Iversen
Comparative politics, 399-436, 1996
The nonneutrality of monetary policy with large price or wage setters
D Soskice, T Iversen
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 115 (1), 265-284, 2000
Political leadership and representation in West European democracies: A test of three models of voting
T Iversen
American Journal of Political Science, 45-74, 1994
Wage bargaining, central bank independence, and the real effects of money
T Iversen
International Organization 52 (3), 469-504, 1998
Women, Work, and Politics
T Iversen, F Rosenbluth
Women, Work, and Politics, 2010
The Logics of Electoral Politics: Spatial, Directional, and Mobilization Effects
I Torben
Comparative Political Studies 27 (1), 155-89, 1994
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