Kimberly J. Morgan
- Professor of Political Science
- Monroe Hall 418
- [email protected]
Areas of Expertise
European politics, U.S. politics, social policy, immigration
Ph.D., Princeton (2001)
M.A., Princeton (1996)
B.A., Northwestern (1992)
The Delegated Welfare State: Medicare, Markets, and the Governance of Social Policy. Co-authored with Andrea Louise Campbell (Oxford University Press 2011).
Working Mothers and the Welfare State: Religion and the Politics of Work-Family Policy in Western Europe and the United States (Stanford, 2006)
Co-editor: The Oxford Handbook of US Social Policy (Oxford, 2015), with Daniel Beland and Chris Howard
Co-editor: The Many Hands of the State: Theorizing Political Authority and Social Control (Cambridge, 2017), with Ann Shola Orloff
“Leveraging Identities: The Strategic Manipulation of Social Hierarchies for Political Gain.” Co-authored with Erik Bleich. Theory and Society 48, no. 4 (2019): 511-534.
“Academic Research and Legislative Advocacy: Information Use in the Campaign against Repeal of the ACA,” co-authored with Elizabeth Rigby. Journal of Health Policy, Politics & Law, March 9, 2018 advance publication.
“Gender, Right-Wing Populism, and Immigrant Integration Policies in France, 1989-2012,” Forthcoming in West European Politics (2017)
“Veto-Player or Agent of Reform? Congress, Health Care Entitlements, and the Changing American State,” Revue Française de Science Politique 64, 2 (April 2014): 247-264
“Path Shifting in the Welfare State: Electoral Competition and the Expansion of Work-Family Policies in Western Europe,” World Politics 65, 1 (January 2013)
“America’s Misguided Approach to Social Welfare,” Foreign Affairs (Jan/Feb 2013)
“From Sick Man to Miracle: Explaining the Robustness of the German Labor Market during the Financial Crisis,” written with Alexander Reisenbichler, Politics & Society 40, 4 (December 2012)
“The Origins of Tax Systems: A French-American Comparison,” with Monica Prasad, American Journal of Sociology 114, 5 (March 2009): 1350-94
Tuesdays 4:40PM - 5:10PM, and by appointment.
Introduction to Comparative Politics
Theories of Comparative Politics
Politics of Immigration