13 June 2018 - 14:49

A list of publications that inspired the IISH during the construction and execution of our research program.

  • Bales, Kevin, Zoe Trodd & Alex Kent Williamson, Modern Slavery: A Beginner's Guide (Oxford 2009).
  • Blossfeld, H.-P. and S. Buchholz. "Increasing Resource Inequality among Families in Modern Societies: The Mechanisms of Growing Educational Homogamy, Changes in the Division of Work in the Family and the Decline of the Male Breadwinner Model." Journal of Comparative Family Studies 40 (2009) 4: 603-616.
  • Bovens, Mark & Anchrit Wille. "The educational gap in participation and its political consequences." Acta Politica 45 (2010): 393-42.
  • Bovens, Mark & Anchrit Wille, Diplomademocratie. Over de spanning tussen meritocratie en democratie (Amsterdam 2011).
  • Domańskia, Henryk & Dariusz Przybysza. "Educational homogamy in 22 European countries." European Societies 9 (2007) 4: 495-526.
  • Hofmeester, Karin & Christine Moll-Murata, The Joy and Pain of Work (Cambridge 2012).
  • Josten, Edith, Jan Dirk Vlasblom & Cok Vrooman, Bevrijd of beklemd? Werk, inhuur, inkomen en welbevinden van zzp’ers (The Hague 2014).
  • Lee, Ching Kwan, Against the Law. Labor Protests in China’s Rustbelt and Sunbelt (Berkeley 2007).
  • Linden, Marcel van der, Workers of the World. Essays toward a Global Labor History (Leiden and Boston 2008).
  • Lucassen, Jan, Outlines of a History of Labour (Amsterdam 2013).
  • Lucassen, Leo & Jan Lucassen, Winnaars en verliezers. Een nuchtere analyse van vijfhonderd jaar immigratie (Amsterdam 2011).
  • Piketty, Thomas, Capital in the twenty-first century (Cambridge Mass. 2014).
  • Scott, James, Weapons of the Weak: Everyday Forms of Peasant Resistance (New Haven 1985).
  • Silver, Beverly J., Workers’ movements and globalization since 1870 (Cambridge 2003).
  • Tilly, Charles, Durable inequality (Berkeley 1999).
  • Weil, David, The Fissured Workplace. Why Work Became So Bad for So Many and What Can Be Done to Improve It (Cambridge Mass. 2014).
  • Wright, Erik Olin, Working-class power capitalist-class interests, and class compromise, American Journal of Sociology 105 (2000) 4, 957-1002.
  • Zanden, Jan Luiten van, Joerg Baten et al., How is life? Global well-being since 1820 (OECD publishing, Clio-Infra IISH 2014).