Torben Iversen

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Torben Iversen"


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Amy L. Catalinac grad student
Robert Franzese grad student
Kenneth Scheve grad student
Christopher A. Adolph grad student 2005 Harvard
Jiyeoun Song grad student 2008 Harvard
Marcus Alexander grad student 2004-2009 Harvard (Computational Biology Tree)
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Iversen T, Rosenbluth FM, Skorge Ø. (2020) The Dilemma of Gender Equality: How Labor Market Regulation Divides Women by Class Daedalus. 149: 86-99
Busemeyer MR, Iversen T. (2020) The Welfare State with Private Alternatives: The Transformation of Popular Support for Social Insurance The Journal of Politics. 82: 671-686
Iversen T, Soskice D. (2020) Democratic Capitalism at the Crossroads: Technological Change and the Future of Politics. By Carles Boix. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2019. 272p. $27.95 cloth. Perspectives On Politics. 18: 548-549
Iversen T, Soskice D. (2020) Response to Carles Boix’s review of Democracy and Prosperity: Reinventing Capitalism through a Turbulent Century Perspectives On Politics. 18: 547-548
Elkjær MA, Iversen T. (2020) The Political Representation of Economic Interests World Politics. 72: 254-290
Iversen T, Goplerud M. (2018) Redistribution Without a Median Voter: Models of Multidimensional Politics Annual Review of Political Science. 21: 295-317
Iversen T, Soskice D, Hope D. (2016) The Eurozone and Political Economic Institutions Annual Review of Political Science. 19: 163-185
Alt J, Iversen T. (2016) Inequality, Labor Market Segmentation, and Preferences for Redistribution American Journal of Political Science
Iversen T, Soskice D. (2015) Politics for markets Journal of European Social Policy. 25: 76-93
Iversen T, Soskice D. (2015) Information, Inequality, and Mass Polarization: Ideology in Advanced Democracies Comparative Political Studies. 48: 1781-1813
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