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WEEK 10 NOV 10:

ECONOMICS AND POLITICS OF WELFARE STATES
Ferrera, Maurizio and Martin Rhodes. 2000. “Building a Sustainable Welfare State.” West European Politics 23(2):257-282.
Hassler, John. 2003. “The Survival of the Welfare State.” American Economic Review 93:87-112.
Hicks, Alexander and Lane Kenworthy. 2003. “Varieties of Welfare Capitalism .” Socio-Economic Review 1:27-61.

Esping-Andersen, Gøsta. 2003. “Why No Socialism Anywhere? A Reply to Alex Hicks and Lane Kenworthy.” Socio-Economic Review 1(1):63-70.
Hill, Dana C. D. and Leann M. Tigges. 1995. “Gendering Welfare State Theory: A Cross-National Study of Women’s Public Pension Quality.” Gender & Society 9:99-119.
Korpi, Walter. 2003. “Welfare-State Regress in Western Europe: Politics, Institutions, Globalization, and Europeanization.” Annual Review of Sociology 29:589-609.
Myles, John and Jill Quadagno. 2002. “Political Theories of the Welfare State.” Social Service Review 76(1):34-57.
Albelda, Randy. 2001. “Fallacies of Welfare-to-Work Policies.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 577:66-78.
Alber, Jens. 2002. “Is Modernization Driving the Welfare State Backwards to the Past?” Berliner Journal Fur Soziologie 12(1):5-35.
Amenta, Edwin, Chris Bonastia and Neal Caren. 2001. “US Social Policy in Comparative and Historical Perspective: Concepts, Images, Arguments, and Research Strategies.” Annual Review of Sociology 27:213-234.
Andersen, Jorgen G. 1997. “The Scandinavian Welfare Model in Crisis? Achievements and Problems of the Danish Welfare State in an Age of Unemployment and Low Growth.” Scandinavian Political Studies 20(1):1-31.
Andress, Hans-Jurgen and Thorsten Heien. 2001. “Four Worlds of Welfare State Attitudes? A Comparison of Germany, Norway, and the United States.” European Sociological Review 17(4):337-356.
Andrews, Kenneth T. and Bob Edwards. 2004. “Advocacy Organizations in the U.S. Political Process.” Annual Review of Sociology 30:479-506.
Atkinson, Anthony B. 1995. “Is the Welfare State Necessarily an Obstacle to Economic Growth?” European Economic Review 39(3-4):723-730.
Atkinson, Anthony B. 1996. “The Economics of the Welfare State.” American Economist 40(2):5-15.
Beland, Daniel and Jacob S. Hacker. 2004. “Ideas, Private Institutions and American Welfare State ‘Exceptionalism’: The Case of Health and Old-Age Insurance, 1915-1965.” International Journal of Social Welfare 13(1):42-54.
Bergmark, Ake, Mats Thorslund and Elisabet Lindberg. 2000. “Beyond Benevolence-Solidarity and Welfare State Transition in Sweden.” International Journal of Social Welfare 9(4):238-249.
Bergqvist, Christina and Anders Lindbom. 2003. “The Swedish Welfare State: Neo-Liberal Challenge and Welfare State Resilience.” Osterreichische Zeitschrift Fur Politikwissenschaft 32(4):389-401.
Beyeler, Michelle. 2003. “Globalization, Europeanization and Domestic Welfare State Reforms: New Institutionalist Concepts.” Global Social Policy 3(2):153-172.
Bird, Edward J. 1999. “Can Welfare Policy Make Use of Social Norms?” Rationality and Society 11(3):343-365.
Bjorklund, Anders. 1998. “Income Distribution in Sweden: What Is the Achievement of the Welfare State?” Swedish Economic Policy Review 5(1):39-80.
Blekesaune, Morten and Jill Quadagno. 2003. “Public Attitudes toward Welfare State Policies - A Comparative Analysis of 24 Nations.” European Sociological Review 19:415-427.
Blackburn, Sheila. 1995. “How Useful Are Feminist Theories of the Welfare State?” Women’s History Review 4(3):369-394.
Bonoli, Giuliano and Bruno Palier. 2000. “How Do Welfare States Change? Institutions and Their Impact on the Politics of Welfare State Reform in Western Europe.” European Review 8(3):333-352.
Boreham, Paul, Richard Hall and Martin Leet. 1996. “Labour and Citizenship: The Development of Welfare State Regimes.” Journal of Public Policy 16(2):203-227.
Bouget, Denis and Gerard Brovelli. 2002. “Citizenship, Social Welfare System and Social Policies in France.” European Societies 4(2):161-184.
Bowles, Paul and Barnet Wagman. 1997. “Globalization and the Welfare State: Four Hypotheses and Some Empirical Evidence.” Eastern Economic Journal 23(3):317-336.
Brady, David. 2003. “The Politics of Poverty: Left Political Institutions, the Welfare State, and Poverty.” Social Forces 82(2):557-588.
Brulin, Goran. 2004. “The Welfare State Saved by Class Struggle?” Sociologisk Forskning 1:11-18.
Burgoon, Brian and Phineas Baxandall. 2004. “Three Worlds of Working Time: The Partisan and Welfare Politics of Work Hours in Industrialized Countries.” Politics and Society 32(4):439-473.
Calavita, K., R. Tillman and H. N. Pontell. 1997. “The Savings and Loan Debacle, Financial Crime, and the State.” Annual Review of Sociology 23:19-38.
Castles, Francis G. 2002. “Developing New Measures of Welfare State Change and Reform.” European Journal of Political Research 41(5):613-641.
Chen, Sheying. 2002. “State Socialism and the Welfare State: A Critique of Two Conventional Paradigms.” International Journal of Social Welfare 11(3):228-242.
Crouch, Colin. 1995. “Exit or Voice: Two Paradigms for European Industrial Relations after the Keynesian Welfare State.” European Journal of Industrial Relations 1(1):63-81.
Dean, Hartley, Jean-Michel Bonvin, Pascale Vielle and Nicolas Farvaque. 2005. “Developing Capabilities and Rights in Welfare-to-Work Policies.” European Societies 7(1):3-26.
Dilnot, Andrew. 1995. “The Assessment: The Future of the Welfare State.” Oxford Review of Economic Policy 11(3):1-10.
Duesterberg, Thomas J. 1998. “Reforming the Welfare State.” Society 35(6(236)):44-53.
Duhau, Emilio. 1995. “Welfare State, Social Policies and Poverty.” Sociologica 10(29):61-84.
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta. 1996. “After the Golden Age? Welfare State Dilemmas in a Global Economy.” Pp. 1-31 in Welfare States in Transition: National Adaptations in Global Economies, edited by G. Esping-Andersen. London: Sage Publications.
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta. 1996. Welfare States in Transition: National Adaptations in Global Economies. London: Sage Publications.
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta. 1997. “Towards a Post-Industrial Welfare State.” Internationale Politik Und Gesellschaft 3:237-245.
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta. 1999. Social Foundations of Postindustrial Economies. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta and Marino Regini (eds.) 2000. Why Deregulate Labour Markets? Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta. 2000. “Interview on Postindustrialism and the Future of the Welfare State.” Work, Employment and Society 14(4):757-769.
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta. 2000. “The Sustainability of Welfare States into the Twenty-First Century.” International Journal of Health Services 30(1):1-12.
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta. 2002. Why We Need a New Welfare State. Oxford, UK: Oxford U Press.
Estes, Carroll L. and Chris Phillipson. 2002. “The Globalization of Capital, the Welfare State, and Old Age Policy.” International Journal of Health Services 32(2):279-297.
Evans, Martin E. 2001. “Britain: Moving towards a Work and Opportunity-Focused Welfare State?” International Journal of Social Welfare 10(4):260-266.
Fligstein, Neil. 2000. “Did Globalization Cause the Crisis of the Welfare State?” Berliner Journal für Soziologie 10:349-378.
Gintis, Herbert and Samuel Bowles. 1982. “The Welfare State and Long-Term Economic Growth: Marxian, Neoclassical, and Keynesian Approaches.” American Economic Review 72(2):341-345.
Gouyette, Claudine and Pierre Pestieau. 1999. “Efficiency of the Welfare State.” Kyklos 52(4):537-553.
Green-Pedersen, Christoffer and Markus Haverland. 2002. “The New Politics and Scholarship of the Welfare State.” Journal of European Social Policy 12(1):43-51.
Greve, Bent. 2004. “Denmark: Universal or Not So Universal Welfare State.” Social Policy and Administration 38(2):156-169.
Guy, Roger. 1995. “US Welfare Policy in Historical Perspective: A Bifurcated System.” International Social Work 38(3):299-309.
Hacker, Jacob S. 2004. “Privatizing Risk without Privatizing the Welfare State: The Hidden Politics of Social Policy Retrenchment in the United States.” American Political Science Review 98(2):243-260.
Hacker, Jacob S. and Theda Skocpol. 1997. “The New Politics of U.S. Health Policy.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 22(2):315-338.
Haney, Lynne and Lisa Pollard (eds.). 2003. Families of New World: Gender, Politics, and State Development in a Global Context. New York: Routledge.
Hartman, Yvonne. 2005. “In Bed with the Enemy: Some Ideas on the Connections between Neoliberalism and the Welfare State.” Current Sociology 53(1):57-73.
Hauser, Richard. 1995. “Problems of the German Welfare State after Unification.” Oxford Review of Economic Policy 11(3):44-58.
Hauser, Richard. 2004. “The Personal Distribution of Economic Welfare in Germany-How the Welfare State Works.” Social Indicators Research 65(1):1-25.
Haveman, Robert. 2002. “The Welfare State: Its Economic Impacts and Options for Reform.” Australian Journal of Labour Economics 5(4):443-456.
Headey, Bruce, Robert E. Goodin, Ruud Muffels and Hank-Jan Dirven. 2000. “Is There a Trade-Off between Economic Efficiency and a Generous Welfare State? A Comparison of Best Cases of ‘the Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism’.” Social Indicators Research 50(2):115-157.
Hemerijck, Anton and Kees Van Kersbergen. 1997. “A Miraculous Model? Explaining the New Politics of the Welfare State in the Netherlands.” Acta Politica 32(3):258-280.
Hemerijck, Anton and Kees Van Kersbergen. 1997. “A Miraculous Model? Explaining the New Politics of the Welfare State in the Netherlands.” Acta Politica 32(3):258-280.
Hennessy, Peter and Thierry Warin. 2004. “One Welfare State for Europe: A Costly Utopia?” Global Economy Journal 4(2):1-15.
Jensen, Per H. 1999. “The Political Ideology of the Welfare State: A Critique of Esping-Andersen’s Conception of the Welfare State.” Grus 56-57:84-100.
Kaufmann, Franz-Xaver. 1997. “Is the Integrative Function of the Welfare State Disappearing?” Berliner Journal Fur Soziologie 7(1):5-19.
Kenworthy, Lane. 1999. “Do Social-Welfare Policies Reduce Poverty? A Cross-National Assessment.” Social Forces 77(3):1119-1139.
Kim, Pil H. 2004. “Political Preferences and Attitudes towards the Welfare State: Cross-National Comparison of Germany, Sweden, the U.S. and Japan.” Comparative Sociology 3(3-4):321-351.
Kite, Cynthia. 2002. “The Globalized, Generous Welfare State: Possibility or Oxymoron?” European Journal of Political Research 41(3):307-343.
Korpi, Walter and Joakim Palme. 2003. “New Politics and Class Politics in the Context of Austerity and Globalization: Welfare State Regress in 18 Countries, 1975-95.” American Political Science Review 97(3):425-446.
Korpi, Walter. 2001. “The Economic Consequences of Sweden’s Welfare State: Does the Causal Analysis Hold?” Challenge 44(6):104-112.
Kosonen, Pekka. 1995. “European Welfare State Models: Converging Trends.” International Journal of Sociology 25(1):81-110.
Leibfried, Stephan. 1998. “Welfare State Dissolution. Endogenous and Exogenous Grounds of the Obsolescence of Welfare-State Arrangements.” Soziologische Revue 21(4):427-438.
Lichter, Daniel T. and Rukamalie Jayakody. 2002. “Welfare Reform: How Do We Measure Success?” Annual Review of Sociology 28:117-141.
Lindbeck, Assar, Sten Nyberg and Jorgen W. Weibull. 1999. “Social Norms and Economic Incentives in the Welfare State.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 114(1):1-35.
Lindbeck, Assar, Sten Nyberg and Jorgen W. Weibull. 2003. “Social Norms and Welfare State Dynamics.” Journal of the European Economic Association 1(2-3):533-542.
Manow, Philip. 2002. “‘The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.’ Esping-Andersen’s Typology of Welfare State Regimes and the Religious Basis of the Western Welfare State.” Kolner Zeitschrift Fur Soziologie Und Sozialpsychologie 54(2):203-225.
Manow, Philip. 2002. “Consociational Roots in German Corporatism: The Bismarckian Welfare State and the German Political Economy.” Acta Politica 37(1-2):195-212.
Marwell, Nicole P. 2004. “Privatizing the Welfare State: Nonprofit Community-Based Organizations as Political Actors.” American Sociological Review 69(2):265-291.
McLanahan, Sara. 2000. “Family, State, and Child Well-Being.” Annual Review of Sociology 26:703-706.
Moller, Stephanie. 2002. “Supporting Poor Single Mothers: Gender and Race in the U.S. Welfare State.” Gender & Society 16(4):465-484.
Montanari, Ingalill. 2001. “Modernization, Globalization and the Welfare State: A Comparative Analysis of Old and New Convergence of Social Insurance since 1930.” The British Journal of Sociology 52(3):469-494.
Morrow, Marina, Olena Hankivsky and Colleen Varcoe. 2004. “Women and Violence: The Effects of Dismantling the Welfare State.” Critical Social Policy 24(3(80)):358-384.
Munro, Lauchlan T. 2001. “A Principal-Agent Analysis of the Family: Implications for the Welfare State.” The American Journal of Economics and Sociology 60(4):795-814.
Naples, Nancy A. 2000. “States, Markets, Families: Gender, Liberalism and Social Policy in Australia, Canada, Great Britain and the United States.” Contemporary Sociology 29(6):858-859.
Navarro, Vicente, John Schmitt and Javier Astudillo. 2004. “Is Globalisation Undermining the Welfare State?” Cambridge Journal of Economics 28(1):133-152.
Navarro, Vicente. 1999. “The Political Economy of the Welfare State in Developed Capitalist Countries.” International Journal of Health Services 29(1):1-50.
Navarro, Vicente. 2000. “Are Pro-Welfare State and Full-Employment Policies Possible in the Era of Globalization?” International Journal of Health Services 30(2):231-251.
Noya, Javier. 2001. “The Moral Economy of Globalization. Legitimization of the Welfare State, Culture and Global Capitalism.” Politica y Sociedad 38:113-128.
Nunes, Jose F. 1996. “The Limits of the Welfare State.” International Advances in Economic Research 2(4):434-443.
O’Connor, Alice. 2000. “Poverty Research and Policy for the Post-Welfare Era.” Annual Review of Sociology 26:547-562.
O’Connor, John. 1998. “US Social Welfare Policy: The Reagan Record and Legacy.” Journal of Social Policy 27(1):37-61.
O’Connor, Julia S., Ann Shola Orloff and Sheila Shaver (eds.) 1999. States, Markets, Families: Gender, Liberalism and Social Policy in Australia, Canada, Great Britain and the United States. New York: Cambridge Univesrity Press.
Offe, Claus. 1998. “The German Welfare State: Principles, Achievements, Future Prospects.” Berliner Journal für Soziologie 8(3):359-380.
Offe, Claus. 2000. “The German Welfare State: Principles, Performance and Prospects after Unification.” Thesis Eleven 63:11-37.
Orloff, Ann. 1996. “Gender in the Welfare State.” Annual Review of Sociology 22:51-78.
Orloff, Ann S. 2001. “Ending the Entitlements of Poor Single Mothers: Changing Social Policies, Women’s Employment, and Caregiving in the Contemporary United States.” Pp. 133-159 in Women and Welfare: Theory and Practice in the United States and Europe, edited by Nanmcy J. Hirschmann and Ulrike Liebert. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
Orloff, Ann S. and Theda Skocpol. 1984. “Why Not Equal Protection? Explaining the Politics of Public Social Spending in Britain, 1900-1911, and the United States, 1880s-1920.” American Sociological Review 49(6):726-750.
Orloff, Ann S. 2002. “Explaining US Welfare Reform: Power, Gender, Race and the US Policy Legacy.” Critical Social Policy 22:96-118.
Palier, Bruno. 2002. “From Crisis to Reforms in the Welfare State: The French Case in Comparative Perspective.” Revue Francaise De Sociologie 43(2):243-275.
Pampel, Fred and Robin Stryker. 1990. “Age Structure, the State, and Social Welfare Spending: A Reanalysis.” British Journal of Sociology 41:16-24.
Peng, Ito. 2002. “Social Care in Crisis: Gender, Demography, and Welfare State Restructuring in Japan.” Social Politics 9(3):411-443.
Pierson, Paul. 2000. “Three Worlds of Welfare State Research.” Comparative Political Studies 33(6-7):791-821.
Pierson, Paul (ed.). 2001. The New Politics of the Welfare State. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Pierson, Paul. 2002. “Coping with Permanent Austerity: Welfare State Restructuring in Affluent Democracies.” Revue Francaise De Sociologie 43(2):369-406.
Piven, Frances F. 2001. “Globalization, American Politics, and Welfare Policy.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 577:26-37.
Quadagno, Jill. 2004. “Why the United States Has No National Health Insurance: Stakeholder Mobilization Against the Welfare State, 1945-1996.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 45:25-44.
Rieger, Elmar and Stephan Leibfried. 1998. “Welfare State Limits to Globalization.” Politics and Society 26(3):363-390.
Rihter, Liljana. 2004. “Developmental Trends of the Welfare State.” Socialno Delo 43(2-3):65-72.
Rothstein, Bo. 2001. “The Universal Welfare State as a Social Dilemma.” Rationality and Society 13(2):213-233.
Rundra, Nita. 2002. “Globalization and the Decline of the Welfare State in Less-Developed Countries.” International Organization 56(2):411-445.
Sabel, Charles F. 1995. “Bootstrapping Reform: Rebuilding Firms, the Welfare State, and Unions.” Politics and Society 23(1):5-48.
Scarbrough, Elinor. 2000. “West European Welfare States: The Old Politics of Retrenchment.” European Journal of Political Research 38(2):225-259.
Scharpf, Fritz W. 1997. “Economic Integration, Democracy and the Welfare State.” Journal of European Public Policy 4(1):18-36.
Schettkat, Ronald. 2001. “How Bad Are Welfare-State Institutions for Economic Development? The Amazing Vitality of the European Tigers.” Challenge 44(1):35-55.
Schmidt, Vivien A. 2002. “Does Discourse Matter in the Politics of Welfare State Adjustment?” Comparative Political Studies 35(2):168-193.
Schmidt, Volker H. 2004. “Rationing Health Care in the Welfare State: Three Policies.” Journal of Health & Social Policy 19(1):57-76.
Sinn, Hans-Werner. 1995. “A Theory of the Welfare State.” Scandinavian Journal of Economics 97(4):495-526.
Skocpol, Theda. 1987. “A Society without a ‘State’? Political Organization, Social Conflict, and Welfare Provision in the United States.” Journal of Public Policy 7(4):349-371.
Skocpol, Theda. 1993. “Is the Time Finally Ripe? Health Insurance Reforms in the 1990s.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 18(3):531-550.
Skocpol, Theda. 1993. “State Formation and Social Policy in the United States.” Actes De La Recherche En Sciences Sociales 96-97:21-37.
Skocpol, Theda. 1995. “The Aftermath of Defeat.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 20(2):485-489.
Skocpol, Theda. 1997. “The G.I. Bill and U.S. Social Policy, Past and Future.” Social Philosophy & Policy 14(2):95-115.
Snower, Dennis J. 1993. “The Future of the Welfare State.” Economic Journal 103(418):700-717.
Steen, Anton. 1995. “Welfare-State Expansion and Conflicts in the Nordic Countries: The Case of Occupational Health Care.” Scandinavian Political Studies 18(3):159-186.
Steinmo, Sven. 2003. “Bucking the Trend? The Welfare State and the Global Economy: The Swedish Case Up Close.” New Political Economy 8(1):31-48.
Stier, Haya, Noah Lewin-Epstein and Michael Braun. 2001. “Welfare Regimes, Family-Supportive Policies, and Women’s Employment along the Life-Course.” American Journal of Sociology 106(6):1731-1760.
Stryker, Robin. 1990. “Science, Class, and the Welfare State: A Class-Centered Functional Account.” American Journal of Sociology 96:684-726.
Swank, Duane and Hans-Georg Betz. 2003. “Globalization, the Welfare State and Right-Wing Populism in Western Europe.” Socio-Economic Review 1(2):215-245.
Takao, Yasuo. 1999. “Welfare State Retrenchment-The Case of Japan.” Journal of Public Policy 19(3):265-292.
Talos, Emmerich. 2004. “Dismantling the Welfare State? Austria and Germany in Comparison.” Politische Vierteljahresschrift 45(2):213-236.
Taylor-Gooby, Peter, Hartley Dean, Moira Munro and Gillian Parker. 1999. “Risk and the Welfare State.” The British Journal of Sociology 50(2):177-194.
Taylor-Gooby, Peter. 2004. “Open Markets and Welfare Values: Welfare Values, Inequality and Social Change in the Silver Age of the Welfare State.” European Societies 6(1):29-48.
Torfing, Jacob. 1999. “Towards a Schumpeterian Workfare Postnational Regime: Path-Shaping and Path-Dependency in Danish Welfare State Reform.” Economy and Society 28(3):369-402.
Unger, Brigitte and Karin Heitzmann. 2003. “The Adjustment Path of the Austrian Welfare State: Back to Bismarck?” Journal of European Social Policy 13(4):371-387.
Vanberg, Viktor J. 2004. “Welfare State Reform and Social Justice.” Politische Vierteljahresschrift 45(2):173-180.
Vobruba, George. 2004. “Globalisation versus the European Social Model? Deconstructing the Contradiction between Globalisation and the Welfare State.” Sociologicky Casopis 40(3):261-276.
Wagner, Antonin. 2004. “Redefining Citizenship for the 21st Century: From the National Welfare State to the UN Global Compact.” International Journal of Social Welfare 13(4):278-286.
Walker, Alan and Chack-Kie Wong. 1996. “Rethinking the Western Construction of the Welfare State.” International Journal of Health Services 26(1):67-92.
Wolfe, Alan and Jytte Klausen. 1997. “Identity Politics and the Welfare State.” Social Philosophy & Policy 14(2):231-255.
Zilbersheid, Uri. 2004. “Welfare State and Democracy in Marx’s Theory of Revolution.” Nature, Society, and Thought 17(1):67-100.
WEEK 11 NOV 17:

POST-COMMUNIST & TRANSITIONAL ECONOMIES
Barria, Lilian A. and Steven D. Roper. 2004. “Economic Transition in Latin American and Post-Communist Countries: A Comparison of Multilateral Development Banks.” International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society 17:619-638.
Hughes, James, Peter John and Gwendolyn Sasse. 2002. “From Plan to Network: Urban Elites and the Post-Communist Organisational State in Russia.” European Journal of Political Research 41:395-420.
Walder, Andrew G. 2003. “Elite Opportunity in Transitional Economics.” American Sociological Review 68:899-916.
Zhou, Xueguang, Qiang Li, Wei Zhao and He Cai. 2003. “Embeddedness and Contractual Relationships in China’s Transitional Economy.” American Sociological Review 68:75-102.
Fligstein, Neil. 1996. “The Economic Sociology of the Transition from Socialism.” American Journal of Sociology 101:1074-1081.
Keister, Lisa A. 1998. “Engineering Growth: Business Group Structure and Firm Performance in China’s Transition Economy.” American Journal of Sociology 104:404-440.
Aksenova, Olga and Valeriy Nedelkov. 2002. “The Environmental State in Constant Transition: Decentralization and Economization in Russia.” Research in Social Problems and Public Policy 10:245-267.
Amatori, Franco. 1997. “Growth via Politics: Business Groups Italian-Style.” In Beyond the Firm: Business Groups in International and Historical Perspective, edited by Takao Shiba and Masahiro Shimotani. Oxford University Press.
Amsden, Alice. 1989. Asia’s Next Giant: South Korea and Late Industrialization. New York: Oxford University Press.
Aoki, Masahiko and Hyung-Ki Kim. 1995. Corporate Governance in Transitional Economics: Insider Control and the Role of Banks. Washington DC: World Bank.
Aoki, Masahiko. 1982. “Business Groups in a Market Economy.” European Economic Review 19: 53-70.
Barnes, Andrew. 2003. “Russia’s New Business Groups and State Power.” Post-Soviet Affairs 19(2):154-186.
Basu, Kaushik, Tridip Ray & Arghya Ghosh. 1997. “The Bahu and the Boxwallah: Managerial Incentives and Government Intervention in a Developing Economy.” Review of Development Economics 1:583-613.
Belderbos, Rene and Leo Sleuwaegen. 1996. “Japanese Firms and the Decision to Invest Abroad: Business Groups and Regional Core Networks.” Review of Economics and Statistics 78(2):214-220.
Bennett, John and Huw D. Dixon. 1995. “Macroeconomic Equilibrium and Reform in a Transitional Economy.” European Economic Review 39:1465-1485.
Binh, Tran Van. 2002. “Social and Cultural Changes in Vietnam with the New Market Economy.” Nature, Society, and Thought 15:335-346.
Black, Bernard, Reinier Kraakman, and Anna Tarassova. 2000. “Russian Privatization and Corporate Governance: What Went Wrong?” Stanford Law Review 52:1731-1808.
Borocz, Jozsef and Akos Rona-Tas. 1995. “Small Leap Forward: Emergence of New Economic Elites.” Theory and Society 24:751-781.
Boycko, Maxim, Andrei Shleifer, and Robert Vishny. 1995. Privatizing Russia. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Brezis, Elise S. and Adi Schnytzer. 2003. “Why Are the Transition Paths in China and Eastern Europe Different? A Political Economy Perspective.” Economics of Transition 11:3-23.
Burawoy, Michael. 2000. “A Sociology for the Second Great Transformation.” Annual Review of Sociology 26:693-695.
Carlsson, Lars, Nils-Gustav Lundgren and Mats-Olov Olsson. 2001. “The Russian Detour: Real Transition in a Virtual Economy?” Europe-Asia Studies 53(6):841-867.
Centeno, Miguel A. 1994. “Between Rocky Democracies and Hard Markets: Dilemmas of the Double Transition.” Annual Review of Sociology 20:125-147.
Che, Jiahua and Yingyi Qian. 1998. “Insecure Property Rights and Government Ownership of Firms.” The Quarterly Journal of Economics Vol. 113, No. 2:467-496.
Cheung, Steven N.S. 1982. Will China Go ‘Capitalist’? London:The Institute of Economic Affairs.
Choi, Eun K. and Kate X. Zhou. 2001. “Entrepreneurs and Politics in the Chinese Transitional Economy: Political Connections and Rent-Seeking.” China Review 1:111-135.
Choi, Jeong-Pyo and Thomas G. Cowing. 2002. “Diversification, Concentration and Economic Performance: Korean Business Groups.” Review of Industrial Organization 21(3):271-282.
Chung, Chi-Nien. 2003. “Managerial Structure of Business Groups in Taiwan: The Inner Circle System and Its Social Organization.” Developing Economies 41:37-64.
Chung, Chi-Nien. 2004. “Institutional Transition and Cultural Inheritance: Networking Ownership and Corporate Control of Business Groups in Taiwan, 1970s-1990s.” International Sociology 19:25-50.
Crotty, Jo and Andrew Crane. 2004. “Transitions in Environmental Risk in a Transitional Economy: Management Capability and Community Trust in Russia.” Journal of Risk Research 7(4):413-429.
Dewenter, Kathryn L. 2003. “The Risk-Sharing Role of Japanese Keiretsu Business Groups: Evidence from Restructuring in the 1990s.” Japan and the World Economy 15(3):261-274.
Dewenter, Kathryn, Walter Novaes and Richard H. Pettway. 2001. “Visibility versus Complexity in Business Groups: Evidence from Japanese Keiretsu.” Journal of Business 74:79-100.
Dinopoulos, Elias and Timothy D. Lane. 1998. “Piecemeal Reforms in a Transitional Economy.” Review of Development Economics 2:250-267.
Dixon, Chris. 2003. “Developmental Lessons of the Vietnamese Transitional Economy.” Progress in Development Studies 3(4):287-306.
Feenstra, Robert C., Deng-Shing Huang and Gary G. Hamilton. 2003. “A Market-Power Based Model of Business Groups.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 51(4):459-485.
Feenstra, Robert C., Tzu-Han Yang and Gary G. Hamilton. 1999. “Business Groups and Product Variety in Trade: Evidence from South Korea, Taiwan and Japan.” Journal of International Economics 48:71-100.
Ferge, Zsuzsa. 1997. “Major Problems and Crisis Phenomena of Five Transitional Economies in Central Europe.” Regional Development Dialogue 18:154-174.
Ferligoj, Anuska, Janez Prasnikar and Vesna Jordan. 1997. “Competitive Advantage and Human Resource Management in SMEs in a Transitional Economy.” Small Business Economics 9:503-514.
Ferris, Stephen P., Kenneth A. Kim and Pattanaporn Kitsabunnarat. 2003. “The Costs (and Benefits?) of Diversified Business Groups: The Case of Korean Chaebols.” Journal of Banking and Finance 27(2):251-273.
Fields, Karl J. 1995. Enterprise and the State in Korea and Taiwan. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.
Fisman, Raymond and Tarun Khanna. 2004. “Facilitating Development: The Role of Business Groups.” World Development 32(4):609-628.
Frank, Robert H. 2004. “Human Nature and Economic Policy: Lessons for the Transition Economies.” Journal of Socio-Economics 33(6):679-694.
Frydman, Roman, Cheryl W. Gray and Andrzej (eds). 1996. Corporate Governance in Central Europe and Russia, Vol: 1and 2. Budapest and New York: Central European University Press.
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