Welfare Democracies and Party Politics
Explaining Electoral Dynamics in Times of Changing Welfare Capitalism
Edited by Philip Manow, Bruno Palier, and Hanna Schwander
Edited by Philip Manow, Professor of Comparative Political Economy, University of Bremen, Bruno Palier, CNRS Research Director, Centre d'études européennes, Sciences Po, Paris, and Hanna Schwander, Senior Researcher, University of Zurich
Philip Manow is Professor of Comparative Political Economy, University of Bremen. His research interests include comparative welfare state research, the German political system, European integration and Political Theory. Publications include In the King's Shadow. The Political Anatomy of Democratic Representation (Polity Press, 2010) and Religion, Class Coalitions and Welfare States, Cambridge Studies on Social Theory, Religion and Politics (co-authored with Kees van Kersbergen, CUP, 2009).
Bruno Palier is CNRS Research Director at Sciences Po, Centre d'études européennes. He is studying welfare reforms in Europe. He is co-director of LIEPP (Laboratory for interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies). His publications include Reforming the Bismarckian Welfare Systems (John Wiley and Sons, 2009) and Globalization and European Welfare States: Challenges and Change (co-authored with Nathalie Morel and Joakim Palme, 2011).
Hanna Schwander is a Senior Researcher with an Ambizione-Project on women's political alignment at the Department of Political Science, University of Zurich and prospective Professor of Public Policy at the Hertie School in Berlin. Located at the intersection between comparative politics, political sociology and political economy, her research is guided by an interest in how post-industrial transformations of welfare states, labor markets and societies affect various aspects of the political life.
Alexandre Afonso, University of Leiden.
Ben Ansell, University of Oxford.
Jane Gingrich, University of Oxford.
Silja Häusermann, University of Zurich.
Torben Iversen, Harvard University.
Herbert Kitschelt, Duke University.
Johannes Lindvall, Lund University.
Philip Manow, University of Bremen.
Kimberly J. Morgan, George Washington University.
Bruno Palier, Sciences Po, Paris.
Jonathan Polk, University of Gothenburg.
Philip Rehm, Ohio State University.
Line Rennwald, European University Institute.
Allison E. Rovny, Max Planck Sciences Po, Paris.
Jan Rovny, Sciences Po, Paris.
David Rueda, University of Oxford.
Hanna Schwander, University of Zurich.
David Soskice, London School of Economics.