Publikationen

Books

  1. Brady, David. Rich Democracies, Poor People: How Politics Explain Poverty. Oxford University Press, 2009. [pdf]

Book Reviews

  1. Fitzgerald, David Scott and David Cook-Martin. 2014. Culling the Masses: The Democratic Origins of Racist Immigration Policy in the Americas. Forthcoming. American Journal of Sociology.
  2. Fox, Cybelle. 2012. Three Worlds of Relief. Journal of Social History 48 (2014): 218-219.
  3. Babb, Sarah. Behind the Development Banks. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 53 (2012): 142-143.
  4. Bebbington, Anthony J., Anis A. Dani, de Haan, and Michael Walton, and Dani, Anis A. and Arjan de Haan. “Common Ground for Sociology and the World Bank?” Review Essay of Institutional Pathways to Equity: Addressing Inequality Traps, and Inclusive States: Social Policy and Structural Inequalities.  Contemporary Sociology 39 (2010): 530-532.
  5. Prasad, Monica. The Politics of Free Markets.  Social Forces 88 (2009): 462-464.
  6. Hytrek, Gary and Kristine M. Zentgraff. America Transformed: Globalization, Inequality and Power.  International Review of Modern Sociology 34 (2008): 133-136.
  7. Lambert, Josiah Bartlett. 'If the Workers Took a Notion': The Right to Strike and American Political Development.  Work and Occupations 34 (2007): 242-244.
  8. Svallfors, Stefan. Analyzing Inequality: Life Chances and Social Mobility in Comparative Perspective.  Contemporary Sociology 35 (2006): 566-567.
  9. Rosen, Ellen Israel. Making Sweatshops: The Globalization of the U.S. Apparell Industry.  Work and Occupations (2003).
  10. Brenner, Neil and Nik Theodore (Editors). Spaces of Neoliberalism: Urban Restructuring in North America and Western Europe.  American Journal of Sociology (2003).
  11. Terry Nichols Clark and Michael Rempel. Citizen Politics in Post-Industrial Societies.  Sociological Focus 34.3 (January, 2001): 327-328.
  12. Brown, Kevin M., Susan Kenny, Bryan S. Turner, and John K. Prince. Rhetorics of Welfare: Uncertainty, Choice and Voluntary Associations.  Contemporary Sociology 30.6 (2001): 582-583.

Edited Books

  1. Brady, David and Linda Burton (eds.). "The Oxford Handbook of the Social Science of Poverty."New York: Oxford University Press. 2015. Forthcoming.
  2. Brady, David. "Comparing European Workers Part A: Experiences and Inequalities."  2011 [pdf]
  3. Brady, David. "Comparing European Workers Part B: Policies and Institutions."  2011 [pdf]

Editorials

  1. Brady, David. 2014. “Immigration Does Not Undermine Public Support for Social Policy.” LSE USAPP Blog: American Politics and Policy http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/usappblog/2014/01/29/immigration-does-not-undermine-public-support-for-social-policy/(January 29);reprinted LSE EUROPP Blog: European Politics and Policy (January 31); reprinted British Politics and Policy at LSE Blog (February 1); reprinted inEl Diario’s Agenda Pública Blog as “La Inmigración No Perjudica el Apoyo Ciudadano a las Políticas Sociales.” http://www.eldiario.es/agendapublica/impacto_social/inmigracion-perjudica-ciudadano-politicas-sociales_0_228177882.html(February 13).
  2. Brady, David. 2014.“Nachgefragt: ‘Eine Plutokratie Beherrscht Die Welt’” Interview by Daniel Alexander Schacht. Hannoversche Allgemeine ZeitungMay 14.
  3. Brady, David. 2013. “The Decline of Unions is Driving the Problem of Working Poverty in the U.S.” LSE USAPP Blog: American Politics and Policy http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/usappblog/2013/10/30/poverty-unionization/(October 30); Spanish Language Version reprinted in El Diario’s Agenda Pública Blog as “El Declive des los Sindicatos y los Trabajadores Pobres en EEUU.” http://www.eldiario.es/agendapublica/impacto_social/declive-sindicatos-trabajadores-pobres-EEUU_0_206129553.html(December 11).
  4. “Nachgefragt bei David Brady: Macht Demografie Politik? Erste Überlegungen nach den US-Wahlen.” Interview: Paul Stoop. WZB-Mitteilungen Dezember 2012, 138: 53.
  5. Brady, David. "Latent Coalitions for Egalitarianism May Be Dormant in Britain, But They Are a Sleeping Giant."  2012 [available here]
  6. Brady, David and Ryan Finnigan. "Multicultural Welfare Politics: Immigration Mostly Has No Effect on Welfare Attitudes."  2011 [pdf]
  7.  "Did the Democrats Win the White Working Class?."  2009: 10-11. [pdf]
  8. Brady, David. "Lies, Damned Lies and Poverty Statistics."  2005 [25425175_1_poverty-line-official-measure-molly-orshansky]

Papers Published

  1. Brady, David, Susanne Marquardt, Gordon Gauchat, and Megan M. Reynolds. "Path Dependency and the Politics of Socialized Healthcare." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law. Forthcoming.
  2. Brady, David and Linda M. Burton. 2015. "Introduction." In: David Brady/Linda Burton (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of the Social Science of Poverty. New York: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming.
  3. Brady, David and Markus Jäntti. 2015. "Economic Performance, Poverty, and Inequality in Rich Countries." In: David Brady/Linda Burton (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of the Social Science of Poverty. New York: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming.
  4. Brady, David, Agnes Blome, and Hanna Kleider. 2015. "How Politics and Institutions Shape Poverty and Inequality." In: David Brady/Linda Burton (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of the Social Science of Poverty. New York: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming.
  5. Brady, David, Monica Biradavolu, and Kim M. Blankenship. Forthcoming. "Brokers and the Earnings of Female Sex Workers in India." American Sociological Review. [pdf]
  6. Brady, David and Amie Bostic. "Paradoxes of Social Policy: Welfare Transfers, Relative Poverty and Redistribution Preferences." American Sociological Review 80 (2015): 268-298. [pdf]
  7. Brady, David and Lane M. Destro (2015): "Poverty". In: Daniel Béland/Christopher Howard/Kimberly J. Morgan (Eds.): The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Social Policy. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 585-602. [pdf]
  8. Brady, David/Biegert, Thomas/Vitols, Sigurt (2015): "Continuity and Change in the German Labour Market". In: Tony Dolphin (Ed.): Technology, Globalisation and the Future of Work in Europe. Essays on Employment in a Digitised Economy. London: Institute for Public Policy Research, pp. 69-73.
  9. Brady, David and Ryan Finnigan. "Does Immigration Undermine Public Support for Social Policy?" American Sociological Review 79 (2014): 17-42. [pdf]
  10. Brady, David and Hang Young Lee. "The Rise and Fall of Government Spending in Affluent Democracies, 1971-2008." Journal of European Social Policy 24 (2014): 56-79. [pdf]
  11. Brady, David, Regina S. Baker, and Ryan Finnigan. "When Unionization Disappears: State-Level Unionization and Working Poverty in the United States." American Sociological Review 78 (2013): 872-896. [pdf]
  12. Sosnaud, Benjamin, David Brady, and Steven M. Frenk. "Class in Name Only: Subjective Class Identity, Objective Class Position, and Vote Choice in American Presidential Elections." Social Problems 60 (2013): 81-99. [pdf]
  13. Brady, David and Rebekah Burroway. "Targeting, Universalism and Single Mother Poverty: A Multi-Level Analysis Across 18 Affluent Democracies." Demography 49 (2012): 719-746. [pdf]
  14. Reynolds, Megan and David Brady. "Bringing You More Than the Weekend: Union Membership and Self-Rated Health in the U.S.." Social Forces 90 (2012): 1023-1049. [pdf]
  15. Brady, David and Lane Destro. "Poverty." In: Daniel Béland/Christopher Howard/Kimberly J. Morgan (Eds.): The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Social Policy. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 585-602, (2015).
  16. Brady, David, Katelin Isaacs, Martha Reeves, Rebekah Burroway, and Megan Reynolds. "Sector, Size, Stability and Scandal: Explaining the Presence of Female Executives in Fortune 500 Firms." Gender in Management 26 (2011): 84-104. [pdf]
  17. Brady, David, Yunus Kaya, and Gary Gereffi. "The Stagnation of Industrial Employment in Latin America." Work and Occupations 38 (2011): 179-220. [pdf]
  18. Brady, David.. "Poverty." Oxford Bibliographies Online: Sociology (2011).
  19. Destro, Lane and David Brady. "Does European-Style Welfare Generosity Discourage Single Mother Employment?." Comparing European Workers Part B: Policies and Institutions, Research in the Sociology of Work 22 (2011): 53-82. [pdf]
  20. Leicht, Kevin T. and David Brady. "Testing the Fat and Mean Thesis: Managerial Intensity and Earnings Inequality in Affluent Democracies." Comparing European Workers Part A: Experiences and Inequalities, Research in the Sociology of Work 22 (2011): 143-170. [pdf]
  21. Brady, David. "Introduction." Comparing European Workers Part A: Experiences and Inequalities, Research in the Sociology of Work 22 (2011): 1-7. [pdf]
  22. Wisecup, Allison and David Brady. "Family Economic Resources and Children’s Dental Health." Social Statistics, Poverty and Social Exclusion: Perspectives from Quebec, Canada and Abroad (2011): 75-88. [pdf]
  23. Brady, David. "Introduction." Comparing European Workers Part B: Policies and Institutions, Research in the Sociology of Work 22 (2011): 1-6. [pdf]
  24. Wallace, Michael and David Brady. "Globalization or Spatialization? The Worldwide Spatial Restructuring of the Labor Process.." Contemporary Capitalism and Its Crises: Social Structure of Accumulation Theory for the 21st Century (2010): 121-144. [pdf]
  25. Brady, David and Benjamin Sosnaud. "The Politics of Economic Inequality." Handbook of Politics: State and Society in Global Perspective (2010): 521-541. [pdf]
  26. Brady, David, Andrew Fullerton, and Jennifer Moren Cross. "More Than Just Nickels and Dimes: A Cross-National Analysis of Working Poverty in 18 Affluent Democracies." Social Problems 57 (2010): 559-585. [pdf]
  27. Brady, David, Andrew S. Fullerton, and Jennifer Moren-Cross. "Putting Poverty in Political Context: A Multi-Level Analysis of Adult Poverty Across 18 Affluent Western Democracies." Social Forces 88 (2009): 271-300. [pdf]
  28. Brady, David, Benjamin Sosnaud, and Steven Frenk. "The Shifting and Diverging White Working Class in U.S. Presidential Elections, 1972-2004." Social Science Research 38 (2009): 118-133. [pdf]
  29. Brady, David. "Economic Globalization and Increasing Earnings Inequality in Affluent Democracies." Economic Sociology of Work: Research in the Sociology of Work 18 (2009): 149-181. [pdf]
  30. Brady, David and Denise Kall. "Nearly Universal, But Somewhat Distinct: The Feminization of Poverty in Affluent Western Democracies, 1969-2000." Social Science Research 37 (2008): 976-1007. [pdf]
  31. Kaya, Yunus and David Brady. "Stratification." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition (2008).
  32. Beckfield, Jason and David Brady. "Globalization, Social and Economic Aspects of." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition (2008).
  33. Brady, David and Kevin Leicht. "Party to Inequality: Right Party Power and Income Inequality in Rich Western Democracies." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 26 (2008): 77-106. [pdf]
  34. Brady, David. "Stratification and Politics." The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (2007).
  35. David Reingold, Maureen Pirog, and David Brady. "Empirical Evidence on Faith-Based Organizations in an Era of Welfare Reform." Social Service Review 81 (2007): 245-283. [pdf]
  36. Brady, David, Jason Beckfield and Wei Zhao. "The Consequences of Economic Globalization for Affluent Democracies." Annual Review of Sociology 33 (2007): 313-334. [pdf]
  37. Brady, David, Yunus Kaya, and Jason Beckfield. "Reassessing the Effect of Economic Growth on Well-Being in Less Developed Countries, 1980-2003." Studies in Comparative International Development 42 (2007): 1-35. [pdf]
  38. Brady, David. "Institutional, Economic or Solidaristic? Assessing Explanations for Unionization Across Affluent Democracies." Work and Occupations 34 (2007): 67-101. [pdf]
  39. Martin, Nathan and David Brady. "Workers of the Less Developed World Unite? A Multi-Level Analysis of Unionization in Less Developed Countries." American Sociological Review 72 (2007): 562-584. [pdf]
  40. Brady, David and Ryan Denniston. "Economic Globalization, Industrialization, and Deindustrialization in Affluent Democracies." Social Forces 85 (2006): 297-329. [pdf]
  41. Brady, David. "Structural Theory and Relative Poverty in Rich Western Democracies." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 24 (2006): 153-175. [pdf]
  42. Brady, David. "The Welfare State and Relative Poverty in Affluent Western Democracies, 1967-1997.." Social Forces 83 (2005): 1329-1364. [pdf]
  43. Brady, David, Jason Beckfield, and Martin Seleib-Kaiser. "Economic Globalization and the Welfare State in Affluent Democracies, 1975-2001." American Sociological Review 70 (2005): 921-948. [pdf]
  44. Brady, David. "Why Public Sociology May Fail." Social Forces 82.4 (June, 2004): 1629-1638. [pdf]
  45. Brady, David. "Reconsidering the Divergence Between Elderly, Child and Overall Poverty.." Research on Aging 26.5 (2004): 487-510. [pdf]
  46. Brady, David. "Rethinking the Sociological Measurement of Poverty." Social Forces 81.3 (2003): 715-752. [pdf]
  47. Brady, David. "The Poverty of Liberal Orthodox Economics." Socio-Economic Review 1.3 (2003): 369-409.
  48. Brady, David. "The Politics of Poverty: Left Political Institutions, the Welfare State and Poverty." Social Forces 82.2 (2003): 557-588. [pdf]
  49. Brady, David, Carol Hostetter, Melissa A. Milkie, and Bernice A. Pescosolido.. "The Structure and Substance of Preparing Sociologists: The Nature of Qualifying Examinations in Graduate Education." Teaching Sociology 29 (2001): 1-21.
  50. Brady, David, and Michael Wallace.. "“Deindustrialization and Poverty:Manufacturing Decline and AFDC Recipiency in Lake County, Indiana, 1964-1993.”." Sociological Forum 21.(2) (2001): 321-358.
  51. Wallace, Michael, and David Brady.. "“The Next Long Swing: Spatialization,Technocratic Control, and the Restructuring of Work at the Turn of the Century.”." Sourcebook on Labor Markets: Evolving Structures and Processes, Pp. 101-133, Chapter 5, (2001).
  52. Brady, David and Michael Wallace. "Spatialization, Foreign Direct Investment and Labor Outcomes in the American States, 1976-1996." Social Forces 79.1 (2000): 67-100. [pdf]
  53. Brooks, Clem and David Brady. "Income, Economic Voting, and Long-Term Political Change in the U.S., 1952-1996." Social Forces 77.4 (1999): 1339-1375. [pdf]