David Rueda
David Rueda
Professor of Comparative Politics, University of Oxford
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TitleCited byYear
Insider–outsider politics in industrialized democracies: the challenge to social democratic parties
D Rueda
American Political Science Review 99 (1), 61-74, 2005
6612005
Social Democracy Inside Out: Partisanship and Labor Market Policy in Advanced Industrialized Democracies
D Rueda
OUP Catalogue, 2007
6312007
Wage inequality and varieties of capitalism
D Rueda, J Pontusson
World Politics 52 (3), 350-383, 2000
5082000
Social democracy and active labour-market policies: Insiders, outsiders and the politics of employment promotion
D Rueda
British Journal of Political Science 36 (3), 385-406, 2006
2632006
The politics of inequality: Voter mobilization and left parties in advanced industrial states
J Pontusson, D Rueda
Comparative Political Studies 43 (6), 675-705, 2010
2382010
Comparative political economy of wage distribution: The role of partisanship and labour market institutions
J Pontusson, D Rueda, CR Way
British Journal of Political Science 32 (2), 281-308, 2002
2382002
Social democracy constrained: Indirect taxation in industrialized democracies
P Beramendi, D Rueda
British Journal of Political Science 37 (4), 619-641, 2007
1752007
Cheap labor: The new politics of" bread and roses" in industrial democracies
D King, D Rueda
Perspectives on Politics, 279-297, 2008
1672008
The insider–outsider dilemma
J Lindvall, D Rueda
British Journal of Political Science 44 (2), 460-475, 2014
1232014
Dualization, crisis and the welfare state
D Rueda
Socio-Economic Review 12 (2), 381-407, 2014
902014
Inequality as a source of political polarization: A comparative analysis of twelve OECD countries
J Pontusson, D Rueda
Democracy, inequality, and representation, 312-353, 2008
802008
The externalities of inequality: Fear of crime and preferences for redistribution in Western Europe
D Rueda, D Stegmueller
American Journal of Political Science 60 (2), 472-489, 2016
732016
Left government, policy, and corporatism: explaining the influence of partisanship on inequality
D Rueda
World Politics 60 (3), 349-389, 2008
692008
Food comes first, then morals: Redistribution preferences, parochial altruism, and immigration in Western Europe
D Rueda
The Journal of Politics 80 (1), 225-239, 2018
58*2018
Insider-outsider politics: Party strategies and political behavior in Sweden
J Lindvall, D Rueda
The age of dualization: The changing face of inequality in deindustrializing …, 2012
492012
The Altruistic Rich? Inequality and Other-Regarding Preferences for Redistribution
M Dimick, D Rueda, D Stegmueller
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 11 (4), 385--439, 2017
452017
The origins of dualism
D Rueda, E Wibbels, M Altamirano
The politics of advanced capitalism, 89-111, 2015
332015
The state of the welfare state: Unemployment, labor market policy, and inequality in the age of workfare
D Rueda
Comparative Politics 47 (3), 296-314, 2015
29*2015
Individual preferences for redistribution in western Europe: Self-interest, political articulation, altruism and identity
D Rueda, J Pontusson
Unpublished manuscript, University of Oxford, Oxford. At http://www. yale …, 2010
272010
Inequality and institutions: the case of economic coordination
P Beramendi, D Rueda
Annual Review of Political Science 17, 251-271, 2014
172014
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