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Publications: Cathie Jo Martin
Cathie Jo Martin, Stuck in Neutral: Business and the Politics of Human Capital Investment Policy, Princeton: Princeton University Press (2000).
Cathie Jo Martin, Shifting the Burden: the Struggle Over Growth and Corporate Taxation, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press (1991).
Aktivering af arbejdsgiverne: Arbejdsmarkedets svage i Danmark og Storbritannien. (Activating Employers), Arhus, Denmark: Arhus University Press (2004).
ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Co-authored with Duane Swank, “The Political Origins of Coordinated Capitalism,” American Political Science Review (May 2008).
Co-authored with Kathleen Thelen, “The State and Coordinated Capitalism: Contributions of the Public Sector to Social Solidarity in Post-industrial Societies,” World Politics (October 2007).
“Party Competition and the Origins of Collective Capitalism in Denmark,” in Peter Nedergaard & John L. Campbell eds. Institutions and Politics – Festschrift in honour of Ove K. Pedersen, Copenhagen, DK: DJØF Publishing (forthcoming 2008).
Co-authored with Nicole Kazee and Michael Lipsky, “Small Business and the State: the Case of the Missing Interest Group,” Boston Review (forthcoming 2008).
“A Sick Business,” in James A Morone; Theodor J Litman; Leonard S Robins, eds. Health Politics and Policy, Albany: Delmar Publishers (2008).
“Sectional Parties, Divided Business,” Studies in American Political Development 20 (2) (Fall 2006).
Co-authored with Duane Swank.”Does the Organization of Capital Matter?” American Political Science Review 98 (4) (November 2004): 593-611.
“Reinventing Welfare Regimes.” World Politics 57 (1) (October 2004): 39-69.
“Corporatism from the Firm Perspective.” British Journal of Political Science 35 (1) (January 2005): 127-148.
“Beyond Bone Structure: Historical Institutionalism and the Style of Economic Growth.” in David Coates ed. Varieties of Capitalism, Varieties of Approach, New York: Palgrave (2005).
“Last Year’s Model? Reflections on the American Model of Employment Growth,” in Uwe Becker and Herman Schwartz eds. Employment ‘Miracles’ in Critical Comparison. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (2005).
“Corporatism in the Post-Industrial Age: Employers and Social Policy in the Little Land of Denmark.” in John Campbell, John Hall and Ove Kaj Pedersen eds. National Identity and a Variety of Capitalism: the Danish Case. Montreal, CA: McGill University Press (2006).
“Consider the Source!” in David Coen and Wyn Grant eds. Business and Government: Methods and Practice. International Political Science Association, Developments in Political Science Series. Leske & Budrich (forthcoming).
“Employers: Passive Purchasers or Provocateurs.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law (April 2003).
Co-authored with Duane Swank, “Employers and the Welfare State”, Comparative Political Studies, (October 2001)
“It takes two to tango: corporate decisions to join social partnerships”, in Carsten Kjaergaard and Sven-Age Westphalen ed. From collective bargaining to social partnerships, Copenhagen: The Copenhagen Centre (2001).
“Dead on Arrival: New Politics, Old Politics and the Case of National Health Reform,” in Marc Landy, Martin Levin and Martin Shapiro ed. Seeking the Center: Politics and Policy Making at the New Century, Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press (2001).
“The Crossroads Blues,” in William Crotty ed, The State of Democracy in America, Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press (2001).
“Business and the Politics of Human Capital Investment Policy: A New Institutionalist Perspective,” Polity (Winter 1999).
“Inviting Business to the Party: the Corporate Response to Social Policy” in Margaret Weir ed. Social Divide, Russell Sage Foundation Press and the Brookings Institution (1998).
“Mandating Social Change: the Business Struggle over National Health Reform,” Governance Vol. 10, No. 4 (October 1997), pp. 397-428.
“Markets, Medicare, and Making Do: Business Strategies After National Health Reform,” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Vol. 22, No. 2 (April 1997).
“Nature or Nurture? Sources of Firm Preference for National Health Reform,” American Political Science Review (December 1995).
“American Business and the Taxing State,” in Elliot Brownlee ed., Funding the Modern American State, 1941-1995, Cambridge University Press and Woodrow Wilson Press (1995).
“Stuck in Neutral: Big Business and the Politics of National Health Reform,” roundtable essay in the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law (May 1995).
“Business and the New Economic Activism: The Growth of Corporate Lobbies in the Sixties,” Polity, (Fall 1994).
“Managing National Health Reform: Business and the Politics of Policy Innovation,” Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau ed., Health Care Reform in the Nineties, Sage Publications (1994).
“Together Again: Business, Government, and the Quest for Cost Control,” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law Vol. 18, No. 2 (Summer 1993), pp. 359-393. Also in James Morone and Gary Blekin, ed., The Politics of Health Care Reform, Durham: Duke University Press, (1994).
“Growth Strategies and Corporate Taxation: Politics as Cause and Effect,” Research in Corporate Social Performance and Policy, Vol. 14, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press (1993).
“Corporate Taxation in Pursuit of Growth,” American Politics Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 4, (October 1991), pg. 469-484.
“Business Influence and State Power: The Case of U.S. Corporate Tax Policy,” Politics and Society, Vol. 17, #2 (June 1989).
“The U.S. Textile Industry: Challenges and Opportunities in an Era of International Competition,” jointly authored as part of the Textile Committee, The Working Papers of the MIT Commission on Industrial Productivity, Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press (1989).
“A Kinder, Gentler Capitalism?” Review of Modern Manors: Welfare Capitalism Since the New Deal, by Sanford Jacoby, Journal of Policy History, Vol. 11, No. 1 (1999).
Review of Purchasing Power in Health: Business, the State, and Health Care Politics, by Linda A. Bergthold, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Vol. 16, #2 (Summer 1991).
Review of The Development of American Public Policy: The Structure of Policy Restraint, by David Robertson and Dennis Judd, Social Service Review, Vol. 65, #3 (September 1991).
Review of The Great U-Turn, by Bennett Harrison and Barry Bluestone, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, Vol. 13, #2, (Summer 1989), pp.429-431.