Jacob S. Hacker
Jacob S. Hacker
Stanley Resor Professor of Political Science, Yale University
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Winner-take-all politics: How Washington made the rich richer--and turned its back on the middle class
JS Hacker, P Pierson
Simon and Schuster, 2010
21092010
The divided welfare state: The battle over public and private social benefits in the United States
JS Hacker
Cambridge University Press, 2002
16272002
Privatizing risk without privatizing the welfare state: The hidden politics of social policy retrenchment in the United States
JS Hacker
American Political Science Review, 243-260, 2004
15502004
The great risk shift
J Hacker
Inequality in the 21st Century, 260-261, 2018
11392018
The great risk shift: The new economic insecurity and the decline of the American dream
JS Hacker
Oxford University Press, 2019
6912019
Winner-take-all politics: Public policy, political organization, and the precipitous rise of top incomes in the United States
JS Hacker, P Pierson
Politics & Society 38 (2), 152-204, 2010
5822010
Off center: The Republican revolution and the erosion of American democracy
JS Hacker, P Pierson
Yale University Press, 2006
5722006
Business power and social policy: employers and the formation of the American welfare state
JS Hacker, P Pierson
Politics & Society 30 (2), 277-325, 2002
4742002
US Welfare State Retrenchment
JS Hacker
Beyond continuity: Institutional change in advanced political economies, 40, 2005
4242005
The historical logic of national health insurance: structure and sequence in the development of British, Canadian, and US medical policy
JS Hacker
Studies in American Political Development 12 (1), 57-130, 1998
4051998
The road to nowhere: The genesis of President Clinton's plan for health security
JS Hacker
Princeton University Press, 1999
3131999
Insecure alliances: Risk, inequality, and support for the welfare state
P Rehm, JS Hacker, M Schlesinger
American Political Science Review, 386-406, 2012
3002012
Dismantling the health care state? Political institutions, public policies and the comparative politics of health reform
JS Hacker
British Journal of Political Science, 693-724, 2004
2472004
After the" Master Theory": Downs, Schattschneider, and the Rebirth of Policy-Focused Analysis
JS Hacker, P Pierson
Perspectives on Politics, 643-662, 2014
2142014
Drift and conversion: Hidden faces of institutional change
JS Hacker, P Pierson, K Thelen
Advances in comparative-historical analysis, 180-208, 2015
2102015
The institutional foundations of middle-class democracy
J Hacker
Policy Network 6 (2011), 33-37, 2011
1922011
The Great Risk Shift: The Assault on American Jobs, Families
JS Hacker
Health Care, and Retirement and How You Can Fight Back. New York: Oxford …, 2006
1912006
American amnesia: How the war on government led us to forget what made America prosper
JS Hacker, P Pierson
Simon and Schuster, 2017
1862017
Abandoning the middle: The Bush tax cuts and the limits of democratic control
JS Hacker, P Pierson
Perspectives on Politics 3 (1), 33-53, 2005
1712005
Ideas, private institutions and American welfare state ‘exceptionalism’: the case of health and old‐age insurance, 1915–1965
D Béland, JS Hacker
International Journal of Social Welfare 13 (1), 42-54, 2004
1712004
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