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|Leibbrand, Christine. 2019. “Unequal Opportunity? Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Disparities in the Returns to Internal U.S. Migration.” Social Currents.||Demography, Economic Sociology, Gender, Migration, Race and Ethnicity|
|Wurpts, Bernd, Katie E. Corcoran, and Steven Pfaff. 2018. “The Diffusion of Protestantism in Northern Europe: Historical Embeddedness and Complex Contagions in the Adoption of the Reformation.” Social Science History 42(2):213-244.||Comparative Historical Sociology, Economic Sociology, Historical Sociology, Organizations, Quantitative Methods, Religion, Social Change, Social Networks|
|Leibbrand, Christine. 2017. “Flexibility or Constraint: The Implications of Mothers’ and Fathers’ Nonstandard Schedules for Children Behavioral Outcomes.” Journal of Family Issues 39(8): 2336-2365.||Economic Sociology, Family, Social Demography|
|Sarah Quinn. "The Miracles of Bookkeeping”: How Budget Politics Link Fiscal Policies and Financial Markets. American Journal of Sociology.||Comparative Historical Sociology, Economic Sociology, Finance and Credit, Political Economy, Political Sociology|
Rosenfeld, Jake. 2014. What Unions No Longer Do. Harvard University Press.
|Labor, Work and Occupations, Economic Sociology|
Osman Sankoh, David Sharrow, Kobus Herbst, Chodziwadziwa Whiteson Kabudula, Nurul Alam, Shashi Kant, Henrik Ravn, Abbas Bhuiya, Le Thi Vui, Timotheus Darikwa, et al. 2014. "ʺThe INDEPTH standard population for low- and middle-income countries, 2013."ʺ Global Health Action, 7.
|Wealth, Economic Sociology, Health|
|Eger, Maureen A. 2010. “Even in Sweden: The Effect of Immigration on Support for Welfare State Spending.” European Sociological Review 26(2): 203-217. (Online first 2009)||Economic Sociology, Immigration, Political Sociology, Race and Ethnicity, Social Welfare, West European|
|Sarah Quinn. 2008. "The Transformation of Morals in Markets: Death, Benefits, and the Exchange of Life Insurance Policies. " American Journal of Sociology. 114(3): 738–80.||Culture, Economic Sociology, Institutions|
|Sarah Quinn. American Bonds: How Credit Markets Shaped a Nation. Princeton University Press. Princeton Studies in American Politics: Historical, International, and Comparative Perspectives. 2019.||Economic Sociology, Finance and Credit, Historical Sociology, Political Economy, Political Sociology|