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Department of Government
Associate Professor of Comparative Politics, Department of Government, London School of Economics
Political Parties and Elections; Redistribution and Inequality; Corruption; Decentralisation; Euro crisis; Politics of Britain, Italy and Spain.
‘Organized Combat or Triumph of Ideas?: The Politics of Inequality and the Winner-Take-All Economy in the UK’ (with Kate Alexander Shaw).
'The Politics of Piketty: What Political Science Can Learn From, and Contribute to, the Debate on Capital in the Twentieth-Century', symposium on Thomas Piketty's Capital in the Twentieth-Century, British Journal of Sociology, 65(4) (2014): 678–695.
'The Troubled South. The Euro Crisis in Italy and Spain', in Mark Blyth and Matthias Matthijs (eds.), The Future of the Euro. Oxford University Press, 2015.
‘The Trouble With Economic Reform: the Euro Crisis in Spain and Italy’, in Francisco Panizza and George Philip (eds.), Moments of Truth. The Politics of Financial Crises in Comparative Perspective. London: Routledge, 2013.
‘Equity and Efficiency in Advanced Democracies: Revisiting the Leaky Bucket Hypothesis’ (with Mark Blyth and Seth Werfel), paper presented to Center for European Studies, Harvard University, April 2012
‘Cartel Parties and the Crisis: Political Change and Ideological Stasis in the Advanced Democracies’, paper presented at 2012 Conference of Europeanists.
(with Kenneth Dubin) ‘Flexibility for Some, Security for Others. The Politics of Employment and Welfare in Spain’, in Daniel Clegg and Paolo Graziano (eds.), The Politics of Flexicurity, Palgrave, forthcoming.
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