David Soskice

 

 David Soskice

 

Professor of Political Science and Economics

Email: d.w.soskice@lse.ac.uk|
Office:  CON 4.05, Connaught House
Office Hours: Please email me to arrange an appointment.
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7852 3637

Publications


With Sam Abrams and Torben Iversen, “Informal Social Networks and Rational Voting|,” British Journal of Political Science, 41(2), pp 229-257, February 2011. Lead article.

With Torben Iversen, “Real Exchange Rates and Competitiveness: The Political Economic Foundations of Comparative Advantage|,” American Political Science Review, 104(3), pp 601-623 and online appendix, August 2010.

With Thomas Cusack and Torben Iversen, “The Coevolution of Capitalism and Political Representation: Explaining the Choice of Electoral Systems|,” American Political Science Review, pp 393-403 and online appendix, 104(2) May 2010

With Torben Iversen, “Distribution and Redistribution: the Shadow of the Nineteenth Century|,” World Politics, pp 438-486, July 2009.

With Thomas Cusack and Torben Iversen, “Specific Interests and the Origins of Electoral Systems|”, American Political Science Review, pp 373-391, August 2007. Lead article.

With Torben Iversen, “Electoral Institutions, Parties and the Politics of Class: Why Some Democracies Distribute More than Others|,” American Political Science Review, pp 165-181, May 2006. APSA Luebbert Prize co-winner
Reprinted in Essential Readings in Comparative Politics (4th Edn), edited by Patrick O’Neil and Ronald Rogowski (WW Norton, Undergraduate textbooks in Political Science, 2012 forthcoming)

With Torben Iversen, “An Asset Theory of Social Preferences|”, American Political Science Review, pp 875-893, December 2001.

With Torben Iversen, “The Non-neutrality of Monetary Policy with Large Wage and Price Setters|”, 265-284, Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 2000.

Peter Hall and David Soskice, “Introduction|”, in Peter Hall and David Soskice (eds) Varieties of Capitalism: the Institutional Foundations of Comparative Advantage, (OUP, 2001), pp 1-68; in/and Peter Hall and David Soskice (eds) Varieties of Capitalism: the Institutional Foundations of Comparative Advantage, (OUP, 2001).

With Margarita Estevez-Abe and Torben Iversen, “Social Protection and the Formation of Skills: A Reinterpretation of the Welfare State|,” pp 145-183 in Peter Hall, David Soskice (eds), Varieties of Capitalism: the Institutional Foundations of Comparative Advantage (OUP, 2001)
Reprinted in Essential Readings in Comparative Politics (4th Edn), edited by Patrick O’Neil and Ronald Rogowski (WW Norton, Undergraduate textbooks in Political Science, 2012 forthcoming)

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