Publications

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Books

Beramendi, Pablo, Silja Häusermann, Herbert Kitschelt and Hanspeter Kriesi (2015). The Politics of Advanced Capitalism. Cambridge University Press.
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Knoepfel, Peter, Yannis Papadopoulos, Pascal Sciarini, Adrian Vatter and Silja Häusermann (2014). Handbuch der Schweizer Politik.Zürich: NZZ Verlag.
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Emmenegger, Patrick, Häusermann, Silja, Palier, Bruno and Seeleib-Kaiser, Martin (2012). The Age of Dualization. The Changing Face of Inequality in Deindustrializing Societies. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
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Häusermann, Silja (2010). The Politics of Welfare State Reform in Continental Europe: Modernization in Hard Times.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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Articles

‣ Häusermann, Silja (forthcoming). „Dualization and Electoral Realignment”, Political Science Research and Methods.

‣ Häusermann, Silja, Achim Kemmerling and David Rueda (forthcoming). „How Labor Market Inequality Transforms Mass Politics”, Political Science Research and Methods.

‣ Häusermann, Silja, Thomas Kurer and Denise Traber (2018). „The Politics of Trade-offs: Studying the Dynamics of Welfare State Reform with Conjoint Experiments”, Comparative Political Studies, online first.
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‣ Kurer, Thomas, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Wüest, Matthias Enggist (2018). „Economic Grievances and Political Protest”, European Journal of Political Research, online first.
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‣ Traber, Denise, Nathalie Giger and Silja Häusermann (2018). „How economic crises affect political representation: declining party-voter congruence in times of constrained government“, West European Politics, 41(5): 1100-1124.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2018). “The multidimensional politics of social investment in conservative welfare regimes: family policy reform between social transfers and social investment”, Journal of European Public Policy, 25(6): 862-877.
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Also published as: Häusermann, Silja (2018). “The multidimensional politics of social investment in conservative welfare regimes: family policy reform between social transfers and social investment”, in M. Busemeyer, C. de la Porte, J. Garritzmann, E. Pavolini (eds). The Future of the Social Investment State: Politics, Policies and Outcomes. Routledge.

‣ Häusermann, Silja, Thomas Kurer and Bruno Wüest (2018). „Participation in hard times: how constrained government reduces turnout among the highly educated“, West European Politics, 41(2): 448-471.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja, Thomas Kurer and Hanna Schwander (2016). „Sharing the risk? Households, labor market vulnerability and social policy preferences in Western Europe“, The Journal of Politics.
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‣ Bochsler, Daniel, Regula Hänggli, Silja Häusermann (2015). „Consensus Lost? Disenchanted
Democracy in Switzerland“, Swiss Political Science Review 21(4): 475-490.
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‣ Gingrich, Jane and Silja Häusermann (2015). „The decline of the working class vote, the reconfiguration of the welfare support coalition and consequences for the welfare state“, Journal of European Social Policy, 25: 50-75.
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‣ Fossati, Flavia and Silja Häusermann (2014). „Social Policy Preferences and Party Choice in the 2011 Swiss Elections“, Swiss Political Science Review. 20(4): 590-611.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja, Thomas Kurer and Hanna Schwander (2014). „High-skilled outsiders? Labor market vulnerability, education and welfare state preferences“, Socio-Economic Review. 13(2): 235-258.
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‣ Schwander, Hanna and Silja Häusermann (2013). „Who is in and who is out? A risk-based conceptualization of insiders and outsiders“, Journal of European Social Policy 23(3): 248–269.
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‣ Emmenegger, Patrick, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (2013).
„Structural change and the politics of dualization“, Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia LIV(2): 1-
26.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja, Georg Picot and Dominik Geering (2013). „Rethinking Party Politics and the
Welfare State. Recent Advances in the Literature“, British Journal of Political Science 43(1):
221-240
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‣ Häusermann, Silja and Daniel Kübler (2011). „Policy frames and coalition dynamics in the
recent reforms of Swiss family policy“, German Policy Studies, 6(3): 163-194.

‣ Häusermann, Silja (2010). „Solidarity with whom? Why Trade Unions are losing ground in
Continental Pension Politics”, European Journal of Political Research, 49: 223-256.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2009). „Le dinamiche di coalizione nella politica pensionista dell’Europa
continentale”, Special issue, Rivista italiana di politiche pubbliche (3): 53-86. (invited article)
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‣ Bonoli, Giuliano and Silja Häusermann (2008). „Who wants what from the welfare state?
Socio-structural cleavages in distributional politics: evidence from Swiss referendum votes“.
European Societies 11(2): 211-232.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja and Bruno Palier (2008). „State of the art report: The politics of
employment-friendly welfare reforms“, Socio-economic review (2008): 1-28.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2006). “Changing coalitions in social policy reforms: the politics of new
social needs and demands”, Journal of European Social Policy, 16 (1): 5-21. (Winning article
of the Young Researcher Prize 2004 by the European Social Policy Analysis Network
ESPAnet and the Journal of European Social Policy).
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‣ Häusermann, Silja, André Mach and Yannis Papadopoulos (2004). „From Corporatism to
Partisan Politics. Social Policy Making under Strain in Switzerland”, Swiss Political Science
Review 10(2): 33-59.
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‣ Mach, André, Silja Häusermann and Yannis Papadopoulos (2003). „Economic regulatory
reforms in Switzerland: Adjustment without European integration or how rigidities become
flexible”, Journal of European Public Policy 10 (2), April: 302-319.
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Chapters

‣ Häusermann, Silja (2018). „Welfare State Research and Comparative Political Economy“, in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford University Press.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2018). “Social Democracy and the Welfare State in context: the conditioning effect of institutional and party competition”, in Philipp Manow, Bruno Palier and Hanna Schwander (eds). Welfare democracies and party politics: Explaining electoral dynamics in times of changing welfare capitalism. Oxford University Press.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja, Matthias Enggist and Michael Pinggera (forthcoming, 2019). „Sozialpolitik in ‘Hard Times’“, in Herbert Obinger und Manfred G. Schmidt (eds.). Handbuch Sozialpolitik. Springer Verlag.

‣ Häusermann, Silja and Bruno Palier (2017). „The politics of social investment: policy legacies and class coalitions“, in Anton Hemerijck (ed.). The Uses of Social Investment. Oxford University Press.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2016). „Der Sozialstaat als Grundlage der Demokratie – oder umgekehrt?“, in Beatrice Ziegler (ed.). Ungleichheit(en) und Demokratie. Schulthess.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja and Hanspeter Kriesi (2015). „Dimensions and configurations in individual-level preferences and party choice“, in Beramendi et al. (eds). The Politics of Advanced Capitalism. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 202-230.
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‣ Beramendi, Pablo, Silja Häusermann, Herbert Kitschelt and Hanspeter Kriesi (2015). „Introduction: The politics of advanced capitalism“ and „Conclusion: advanced capitalism in crisis“, in Beramendi et al. (eds). The Politics of Advanced Capitalism. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 1-68 and pp. 381-403.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2015). „Sozialpolitik“, in Georg Wenzelburger und Reimuth Zohlnhöfner (eds.). Handbuch Policy-Forschung. Springer. Pp. 591-614.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja and Christine Zollinger (2014). „Familienpolitik“, in Peter Knoepfel, Yannis Papadopoulos, Pascal Scarini, Adrian Vatter and Silja Häusermann (eds). Handbuch der Schweizer Politik. NZZ Verlag.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2012). „The Politics of New and Old Social Risks“, in Giuliano Bonoli and David Natali (eds). The Politics of the New Welfare State. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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‣ Emmenegger, Patrick, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (2012). „Why We Grow More Unequal “, in Patrick Emmenegger, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (eds). The Age of Dualization. Structure, Politics, Policies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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‣ Emmenegger, Patrick, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (2012). „How Rich Countries Cope With Dualization “, in Patrick Emmenegger, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (eds). The Age of Dualization. Structure, Politics, Policies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja and Hanna Schwander (2012). „Varieties of Dualization. Identifying Insiders and Outsiders across Regimes“, in Patrick Emmenegger, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (eds). The Age of Dualization. Structure, Politics, Policies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja and Hanna Schwander (2012). „Switzerland: building a multipillar pension scheme for a flexible labor market“, in Karl Hinrichs and Matteo Jessoula (eds.). Flexible Today, Secure Tomorrow? Labor market flexibility and pension systems. London: Routledge.
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‣ Bonoli, Giuliano and Silja Häusermann (2011). „The Swiss Welfare State – Between Retrenchment and Expansion“, in André Mach and Christine Trampusch (eds). Switzerland in Europe – Europe in Switzerland. London: Palgrave.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2010). “Reform opportunities in a Bismarckian latecomer. Restructuring the Swiss Welfare State”, in Bruno Palier (ed.). A long good-bye to Bismarck? The Politics of Welfare Reform in Continental Europe. Amsterdam University Press.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2010). “European Politics and Society,” in G. T. Kurian, J. E. Alt, S. Chambers, M. Levi, P. McClain (eds.). International Encyclopedia of Political Science. CQ Press, pp. 532-536.

‣ Bonoli, Giuliano and Silja Häusermann (2010). „Who wants what from the welfare state? Socio-structural cleavages in distributional politics: evidence from Swiss referendum votes“, in Jörg Chet Tremmel (ed.). A Young Generation Under Pressure? The Financial Situation and the „Rush Hour“ of the Cohorts 1970-1985 in a Generational Comparison. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja and Stefanie Walter (2010) “Restructuring Swiss welfare politics: postindustrial labor markets, globalization and attitudes towards social policies“, in Simon Hug and Hanspeter Kriesi (eds). Value change in Switzerland. Lexington Press.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2009). „Policy flexibility vs. policy inertia: coalitional dynamics in German pension reform“. in Giliberto Capano and Michael Howlett (eds.). European and American Experiences in Policy Change: Policy Drivers and Policy Dynamics. London: Routledge. Pp. 43-67.

‣ Häusermann, Silja (2008). „Ist das politische System in der Schweiz in der Lage, den
Sozialstaat zu modernisieren?“, in Fabio Bertozzi and Giuliano Bonoli (eds.). L’Etat social suisse face aux nouveaux défis sociaux. Lausanne: Presses Polytechniques de Lausanne; Bern: Haupt.

‣ Häusermann, Silja, André Mach and Yannis Papadopoulos (2004). „Explaining Policy
Transfer Mechanisms in Small European Countries: The Case of Telecommunication
Reform“, in David Levi-Faur and Eran Vigoda (eds.). International Public Policy and
Management: Policy Learning beyond Regional, Cultural and Political Boundaries. Marcel
Dekker.

Working Papers

‣ Garritzmann, Julian, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier and Christine Zollinger (2017). „WoPSI – the World Politics of Social Investment: An international research project to explain variance in social investment agendas and social investment reforms across countries and world regions“, LIEPP working paper, March 2017, n° 64.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja and Dominik Geering (2012). „Policy congruence and distributive politics: matching voter preferences and party positions on distributive issues. CIS Working Papers 78/2012.

‣ Häusermann, Silja and Hanna Schwander (2009). “Identifying outsiders across countries: similarities and differences in the patterns of dualization”, RECWOWE Working Paper
09/2009.
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‣ Engeli, Isabelle and Silja Häusermann (2009). “Government strategies for successful reforms in controversial policy fields”, EUI Working Paper, 2009/1.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja und Colette Nova (2005). Endlich existenzsichernde Renten: Erste Säule stärken – 3000 Franken Rente für alle. Bern: Schweizerischer Gewerkschaftsbund, Dossier 34, März 2005.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja and Antonello Spagnolo (2004). Le rôle des énoncés évaluatifs dans les politiques publiques. Cahier de l’Idheap n° 212.
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‣ Häusermann, Silja (2003). Internationalisation des politiques publiques et mise en oeuvre fédéraliste. La libéralisation des marchés publics cantonaux en Suisse. Cahier de l’Idheap n° 209.
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