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David Brady
David Brady
School of Public Policy, Univ. of California Riverside, & WZB Berlin Social Science Center
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Comparative Welfare States Dataset
D Brady, E Huber, JD Stephens
University of North Carolina and WZB Berlin Social Science Center, 2014
618*2014
Rich democracies, poor people: How politics explain poverty
D Brady
Oxford University Press, USA, 2009
5112009
Economic globalization and the welfare state in affluent democracies, 1975–2001
D Brady, J Beckfield, M Seeleib-Kaiser
American Sociological Review 70 (6), 921-948, 2005
4492005
Rethinking the sociological measurement of poverty
D Brady
Social Forces 81 (3), 715-751, 2003
3722003
Targeting, Universalism and Single Mother Poverty: A Multi-level Analysis Across 18 Affluent Democracies
D Brady, R Burroway
Demography 49, 719-746, 2012
3072012
The welfare state and relative poverty in rich western democracies, 1967–1997
D Brady
Social Forces 83 (4), 1329-1364, 2005
2622005
Does Immigration Undermine Public Support for Social Policy?
D Brady, R Finnigan
American Sociological Review 79 (1), 17-42., 2014
2452014
When unionization disappears: State-level unionization and working poverty in the United States
D Brady, RS Baker, R Finnigan
American sociological review 78 (5), 872-896, 2013
2262013
The politics of poverty: Left political institutions, the welfare state, and poverty
D Brady
Social Forces 82 (2), 557-588, 2003
2222003
Paradoxes of social policy: Welfare transfers, relative poverty, and redistribution preferences
D Brady, A Bostic
American Sociological Review 80 (2), 268-298, 2015
2022015
The consequences of economic globalization for affluent democracies
D Brady, J Beckfield, W Zhao
Annu. Rev. Sociol. 33, 313-334, 2007
1892007
Reassessing the effect of economic growth on well-being in less-developed countries, 1980–2003
D Brady, Y Kaya, J Beckfield
Studies in Comparative International Development 42, 1-35, 2007
187*2007
More than just nickels and dimes: A cross-national analysis of working poverty in affluent democracies
D Brady, AS Fullerton, JM Cross
Social problems 57 (4), 559-585, 2010
1592010
Spatialization, foreign direct investment, and labor outcomes in the American states, 1978–1996
D Brady, M Wallace
Social Forces 79 (1), 67-105, 2000
1482000
Putting poverty in political context: a multi-level analysis of adult poverty across 18 affluent democracies
D Brady, AS Fullerton, JM Cross
Social Forces 88 (1), 271-299, 2009
1372009
Theories of the Causes of Poverty
D Brady
Annual Review of Sociology 45, 155-175, 2019
1362019
Nearly universal, but somewhat distinct: The feminization of poverty in affluent Western democracies, 1969–2000
D Brady, D Kall
Social Science Research 37 (3), 976-1007, 2008
1362008
Rethinking the risks of poverty: A framework for analyzing prevalences and penalties
D Brady, RM Finnigan, S Hübgen
American journal of sociology 123 (3), 740-786, 2017
1312017
Income, economic voting, and long-term political change in the US, 1952–1996
C Brooks, D Brady
Social forces 77 (4), 1339-1374, 1999
1301999
Why public sociology may fail
D Brady
Social Forces 82, 1629-1638, 2003
1212003
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