Brady, David and Zachary Parolin. 2018. “California’s Troubling Poverty Rate.” San Francisco Chronicle. Friday, September 7.

Brady, David, Ryan Finnigan and Sabine Huebgen. 2018. “Single Mothers Are Not the Problem.” The New York Times. Sunday, February 11, p. SR4.

Eppard, Lawrence M., Noam Chomsky, Mark R. Rank, and David Brady. 2017. “On Culture, Politics, and Poverty.” Contexts Fall: 8-11.

Brady, David, Heather Bullock, Anne M. Dubois, and Michael A. Rodriguez (editors). 2017. Discovering Solutions for Global Wellbeing: A Compendium of Research Working Toward Reducing Poverty and Improving Health for All Populations. University of California Blum Centers.

Brady, David. 2016. “Bernie Sanders Wants the U.S. to Stop Having the Highest Child Poverty Rate Among Rich Countries. Here’s How You Can Do It.” Monkey Cage Blog, The Washington Post (April 13).

Fitzgerald, David Scott and David Cook-Martin. 2014. Culling the Masses: The Democratic Origins of Racist Immigration Policy in the Americas. American Journal of Sociology (2015) 121: 627-629.

Brady, David, Thomas Biegert and Sigurt Vitols. 2015. “Continuity and Change in the German Labour Market.” Pp. 69-73,Tony Dolphin (Ed.): Technology, Globalisation and the Future of Work in Europe. Essays on Employment in a Digitised Economy, T. Dolphin (Ed.). London: Institute for Public Policy Research.

Fox, Cybelle. 2012. Three Worlds of Relief. Journal of Social History (2014) 48: 218-219.

Brady, David. 2014. “Immigration Does Not Undermine Public Support for Social Policy.” LSE USAPP Blog: American Politics and Policy (January 29);reprinted LSE EUROPP Blog: European Politics and Policy (January 31); reprinted British Politics and Policy at LSE Blog (February 1); reprinted inEl Diario’s Agenda Pública Blog as “La Inmigración No Perjudica el Apoyo Ciudadano a las Políticas Sociales.” (February 13).

Brady, David. 2014.“Nachgefragt: ‘Eine Plutokratie Beherrscht Die Welt’” Interview by Daniel Alexander Schacht. Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung (May 14).

Brady, David. 2013. “The Decline of Unions is Driving the Problem of Working Poverty in the U.S.” LSE USAPP Blog: American Politics and Policy (October 30); Spanish Language Version reprinted in El Diario’s Agenda Pública Blog as “El Declive des los Sindicatos y los Trabajadores Pobres en EEUU.” (December 11).

“Nachgefragt bei David Brady: Macht Demografie Politik? Erste Überlegungen nach den US-Wahlen.” Interview: Paul Stoop. WZB-Mitteilungen Dezember 2012, 138: 53.

Babb, Sarah. 2009. Behind the Development Banks. International Journal of Comparative Sociology (2012) 53: 142-143.

Brady, David. 2012. “Latent Coalitions for Egalitarianism May Be Dormant in Britain, But They Are a Sleeping Giant.” British Politics and Policy at LSE Blog (June 6).

“Sociologist Urges a Wider View of the Welfare State.” Interview by Allison Benjamin. The Guardian. (March 20, 2012).

Brady, David and Ryan Finnigan. 2011. “Multicultural welfare politics Immigration mostly has no effect on welfare attitudes.” WZB Mitteilungen, December 134: 1-3.

Brady, David. 2011. “Introduction.” Comparing European Workers Part A: Experiences and Inequalities, Research in the Sociology of Work, 22A: 1-7.

Brady, David. 2011. “Introduction.” Comparing European Workers Part B: Policies and Institutions, Research in the Sociology of Work, 22B: 1-6.

“Common Ground for Sociology and the World Bank?” Review Essay of Bebbington, Anthony J., Anis A. Dani, Arjan de Haan, and Michael Walton. 2008. Institutional Pathways to Equity: Addressing Inequality Traps, and Dani, Anis A., and Arjan de Haan. 2008. Inclusive States: Social Policy and Structural Inequalities. Contemporary Sociology (2010) 39: 530-532.

Brady, David and Benjamin Sosnaud. 2009. “Did the Democrats Win the White Working Class?.” States, Power and Society, Official Newsletter of the Political Sociology Section, American Sociological Association (Spring):10-11.

Prasad, Monica. 2006. The Politics of Free Markets.  Social Forces (2009) 88: 462-464.

Hytrek, Gary and Kristine M. Zentgraff. 2008. America Transformed: Globalization, Inequality and Power.  International Review of Modern Sociology (2008) 34: 133-136.

Kaya, Yunus and David Brady. 2008. “Stratification.” International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, edited by William A. Darity. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan.

Beckfield, Jason and David Brady. 2008. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, edited by William A. Darity. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan.

Brady, David. “Stratification and Politics.” The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, edited by George Ritzer. Malden, MA.: Blackwell.

Lambert, Josiah Bartlett. 2005. ‘If the Workers Took a Notion’: The Right to Strike and American Political Development.  Work and Occupations (2007) 34: 242-244.

Svallfors, Stefan. 2005. Analyzing Inequality: Life Chances and Social Mobility in Comparative Perspective.  Contemporary Sociology (2006) 35: 566-567.

Brady, David. 2005. “Lies, Damned Lies and Poverty Statistics.” Printed in Atlanta Journal Constitution (“Poor With Us More Than We Know.” August 29), Contra Costa Times (“Poverty Statistics Perpetuate Tragic Dishonesty.” August 28), Detroit Free Press, Philadelphia Inquirer, Raleigh News and Observer (“America’s Poverty Coverup” August 29), San Diego Union-Tribune (August 29), Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel (“Obvious Evidence Shows Poverty Rate False.” August 26), St. Paul Pioneer-Press (August 29) Duke Magazine (“Under the Gargoyle” Fall).

Brady, David. 2004. “Why Public Sociology May Fail.” Social Forces, 82(4): 1629-38.

Rosen, Ellen Israel. Making Sweatshops: The Globalization of the U.S. Apparel Industry.  Work and Occupations (2003) 31: 277-278.

Brenner, Neil and Nik Theodore (Editors). Spaces of Neoliberalism: Urban Restructuring in North America and Western Europe. American Journal of Sociology (2003) 109: 757-758.

Terry Nichols Clark and Michael Rempel. Citizen Politics in Post-Industrial Societies. Sociological Focus (2001) 34: 327-328.

Brown, Kevin M., Susan Kenny, Bryan S. Turner, and John K. Prince. Rhetorics of Welfare: Uncertainty, Choice and Voluntary Associations.  Contemporary Sociology (2001) 30: 582-583.


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