Kimberly J. Morgan
Kimberly J. Morgan
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Paid to care: The origins and effects of care leave policies in Western Europe
KJ Morgan, K Zippel
Social politics: International studies in gender, State & Society 10 (1), 49-85, 2003
The Delegated Welfare State
AL Campbell, KJ Morgan
Health Politics and Policy, 164, 2014
Working mothers and the welfare state: Religion and the politics of work-family policies in Western Europe and the United States
KJ Morgan
Stanford University Press, 2006
Path shifting of the welfare state: Electoral competition and the expansion of work-family policies in Western Europe
KJ Morgan
World politics 65 (1), 73-115, 2013
The “production” of child care: How labor markets shape social policy and vice versa
KJ Morgan
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 12 (2 …, 2005
The Many Hands of the State: Theorizing Political Authority and Social Control
KJ Morgan, AS Orloff
Cambridge, 2017
Promoting social investment through work–family policies: which nations do it and why?
KJ Morgan
Towards a social investment Welfare State?, 153-180, 2011
The origins of tax systems: A French-American comparison
KJ Morgan, M Prasad
American Journal of Sociology 114 (5), 1350-1394, 2009
Forging the frontiers between state, church, and family: Religious cleavages and the origins of early childhood education and care policies in France, Sweden, and Germany
KJ Morgan
Politics & Society 30 (1), 113-148, 2002
The politics of mothers' employment: France in comparative perspective
KJ Morgan
World politics 55 (2), 259-289, 2003
From “Sick Man” to “Miracle” Explaining the Robustness of the German Labor Market During and After the Financial Crisis 2008-09
A Reisenbichler, KJ Morgan
Politics & Society 40 (4), 549-579, 2012
The political path to a dual earner/dual carer society: Pitfalls and possibilities
KJ Morgan
Politics & Society 36 (3), 403-420, 2008
Caring time policies in Western Europe: Trends and implications
KJ Morgan
Comparative European Politics 7, 37-55, 2009
Does Anyone Have a “Libre Ghoix”?: Subversive Liberalism and the Politics of French Child Care Policy
K Morgan
Child care policy at the crossroads, 143-167, 2013
The qualitative transparency deliberations: Insights and implications
AM Jacobs, T Büthe, A Arjona, LR Arriola, E Bellin, A Bennett, L Björkman, ...
Perspectives on Politics 19 (1), 171-208, 2021
A child of the sixties: The great society, the new right, and the politics of federal child care
K Morgan
Journal of policy history 13 (2), 215-250, 2001
Federalism and the politics of old-age care in Germany and the United States
AL Campbell, KJ Morgan
Comparative Political Studies 38 (8), 887-914, 2005
The Oxford handbook of the welfare state
D Béland, KJ Morgan, H Obinger, C Pierson
Oxford University Press, 2021
Financing the welfare state: Elite politics and the decline of the social insurance model in America
AL Campbell, KJ Morgan
Studies in American Political Development 19 (2), 173-195, 2005
Introduction: The Many Hands of the State
AS Morgan, Kimberly J and Orloff
The Many Hands of the State: Theorizing Political Authority and Social Control, 2017
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