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|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|
|Foster, Thomas B. and Rachel Garshick Kleit. 2015. "The Changing Relationship between Housing and Inequality, 1980-2010." Housing Policy Debate 25(1).||Finance and Credit, Poverty, Social Mobility|
Kiser, Edgar. 2014. “Sociological Approaches to Coercion and the State” Pp. 136-140 in Jorge Martinez-Vasquez and Stanley Winer (ed) Coercion and Social Welfare in Public Finance: Economic and Political Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
|Political Sociology, Social Welfare, Finance and Credit|
|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|
Hall, Matthew, Kyle Crowder, and Amy Spring. 2015. “Variations in Housing Foreclosures by Race and Place, 2005-2012.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (forthcoming, 660 (1)).
|Race and Ethnicity, Finance and Credit|