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
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
The delegated welfare state: Medicare, markets, and the governance of social policy
KJ Morgan, AL Campbell
Oxford University Press, 2011
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
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
Promoting social investment through work-family policies: which nations do it and why?
KJ Morgan
Towards a social investment welfare state, 153-80, 2012
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 origins of tax systems: A French-American comparison
KJ Morgan, M Prasad
American Journal of Sociology 114 (5), 1350-1394, 2009
The politics of mothers' employment: France in comparative perspective
KJ Morgan
World politics 55 (2), 259-289, 2003
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 (1), 37-55, 2009
Does Anyone Have a’Libre Choix’? Subversive Liberalism and the Politics of French Child Care Policy
K Morgan
Child care policy at the crossroads: Gender and welfare state restructuring …, 2002
The Many Hands of the State: Theorizing Political Authority and Social Control
KJ Morgan, AS Orloff
Cambridge, 2017
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
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
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
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
Toward the Europeanization of Work-Family Policies?
KJ Morgan
Gender politics in the expanding European Union: Mobilization, inclusion …, 2008
Delegated Governance in the Affordable Care Act
KJ Morgan, AL Campbell
Journal of health politics, policy and law 36 (3), 387-391, 2011
How Germany won the euro crisis
A Reisenbichler, KJ Morgan
Foreign Affairs, 2013
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