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BOOKS AND EDITED VOLUMES

  1. Daniel Béland and Rianne Mahon. Advanced Introduction to Social Policy. Under contract with Edward Elgar [delivery date: December 2015].
  2. Daniel Béland, Philip Rocco and Alex Waddan. Health Care Reform and the Politics of Implementation. Under contract with University Press of Kansas [delivery date: January 2015].
  3. Daniel Béland, Christopher Howard, and Kimberly J. Morgan (eds) (November 2014), The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Social Policy. New York: Oxford University Press, 668 pages. [more]
  4. Daniel Béland and Klaus Petersen (eds) (2014), Analysing Social Policy Concepts and Language: Comparative and Transnational Perspectives. [more]
  5. Michael M. Atkinson, Daniel Béland, Gregory Marchildon, Kathleen McNutt, Peter Phillips, and Ken Rasmussen (2013), Governance and Public Policy in Canada: A View from the Provinces. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. [more]
  6. Daniel Béland and Kathrin Komp (eds) (2012), Supplement Issue of the International Journal of Social Welfare [20(S1): S1-S130] on “Balancing Protection and Productivity: International Perspectives on Social Policies for Older People.” [more]
  7. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2012), Nationalisme et protection sociale. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press [revised translation of Nationalism and Social Policy], 262 pages. [more]
  8. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2012), The Politics of Policy Change: Welfare, Medicare, and Social Security Reform in the United States. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press (“American Governance and Public Policy”), 222 pages.
  9. Daniel Béland and Robert H. Cox (eds) (2011), Ideas and Politics in Social Science Research. New York: Oxford University Press, 270 pages. [more]
  10. Daniel Béland (2010), What is Social Policy? Understanding the Welfare State. Cambridge: Polity Press, 199 pages. [more]
  11. Daniel Béland and Brian Gran (eds) (2008), Public and Private Social Policy: Health and Pension Policies in a New Era. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 298 pages. [more]
  12. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2008), Nationalism and Social Policy: The Politics of Territorial Solidarity. Revised paperback edition with new preface (2010) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 255 pages. [more]
  13. Larry DeWitt, Daniel Béland, and Edward D. Berkowitz (2007), Social Security: A Documentary History. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press, 557 pages. [more]
  14. Daniel Béland (2007), States of Global Insecurity: Policy, Politics, and Society, New York, Worth Publishers (“Contemporary Social Issues Series”) 156 pages. [more]
  15. Daniel Béland (2005), Social Security: History and Politics from the New Deal to the Privatization Debate, Revised paperback edition with new afterword (2007) Lawrence, University Press of Kansas (“Studies in Government and Public Policy” series), 264 pages. [more]
  16. Daniel Béland and John Myles (eds) (2004), “Social Policy: Canadian and International Perspectives,” Canadian Journal of Sociology, 29(2). [Table of Contents] [Introduction]
  17. Daniel Béland (2001), Une sécurité libérale? La politique des retraites aux États-Unis , Paris, Librairie générale de droit et de jurisprudence (“Droit et société” series), 239 pages.

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ARTICLES IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS
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  1. Lijian Wang, Daniel Béland, Sifeng Zhang (forthcoming), “Pension Financing in China: Is There a Looming Crisis?” China Economic Review.
  2. Pierre-Marc Daigneault and Daniel Béland (forthcoming), “Taking Explanation Seriously in Political Science,” Political Studies Review.  
  3. Daniel Béland, Paula Blomqvist, Jørgen Goul Andersen (forthcoming), Joakim Palme and Alex Waddan, “The Universal Decline of Universality? Social Policy Change in Canada, Denmark, Sweden, and the UK,” Social Policy & Administration.
  4. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (forthcoming), “Fédéralisme et mise en œuvre de la réforme de la santé aux États-Unis,” Politique américaine.
  5. Lijian Wang and Daniel Béland (2014), “Assessing the Financial Sustainability of China’s Rural Pension  System,” Sustainability, 6(6): 3271-3290. [full text]  
  6. Daniel Béland and Klaus Petersen (2014), “Velfærdsstatens semantik: Komparative og trans- nationale perspektiver,” Temp: tidsskrift for historie, nº8: 130-146. [full text]
  7. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2014), “Policy change in flat pensions: Comparing Canada and the UK,” Canadian Public Administration, 57(3): 383-400. [more]
  8. Daniel Béland (2014), “Developing Sustainable Urban Transportation: Lesson Drawing and the Framing of Montreal’s Bikesharing Policy,” International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 34(7/8): 545-558. [more]
  9. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2014), “Fiscal Federalism and American Exceptionalism: Why is There no Federal Equalisation System in the United States?” Journal of Public Policy, 34(2): 303-329. [more]
  10. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2014), “Conservatives, Partisan Dynamics, and the Politics of Universality: Reforming Universal Social Programmes in the United Kingdom and Canada,” Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 22(2): 83-97. [more]
  11. Daniel Béland and François Vergniolle de Chantal (2014), “L’État en Amérique: entre invisibilité et fragmentation institutionnelle” Revue française de science politique, 64(2): 191-205. [more]   
  12. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2014), “Accommodation and the Politics of Fiscal Equalization in Multinational States: The Case of Canada,” Nations & Nationalism, 20(2): 337-354.
  13. Lijian Wang, Daniel Béland and Sifeng Zhang (2014), “Pension Fairness in China,” China Economic Review, 28(1): 25-36. [more]
  14. Rosina Foli and Daniel Béland (2014), “International Organizations and Ideas about Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa,” Poverty & Public Policy, 6(1): 3-23. [more]
  15. Michael W. Kpessa and Daniel Béland (2013), “Mapping Social Policy Development in Sub-Saharan Africa,” Policy Studies, 34(3): 326-341. [more]
  16. Daniel Béland and Mitchell A. Orenstein (2013), “International Organizations as Policy Actors: An Ideational Approach,” Global Social Policy, 13(2): 125-143. [more]
  17. Ishmael Wireko and Daniel Béland (2013), “The Challenge of Healthcare Accessibility in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Ideas and Culture,” European Journal of International Management, 7(2): 171-186. [more]
  18. Daniel Béland and Jean-Philippe Viriot Durandal (2013), “Aging in France: Population Trends, Policy Issues, and Research Institutions,” The Gerontologist, 53(2): 191-197. [more]
  19. Robert Henry Cox and Daniel Béland (2013), “Valence, Policy Ideas and the Rise of Sustainability,” Governance, 26(2): 307-328.
  20. Daniel Béland (2013), “La présidence Obama et l’avenir de la protection sociale aux États-Unis,” Revue française des affaires sociales, 67(1-2): 183-200. [more]
  21. André Lecours and Daniel Béland (2013), “The Institutional Politics of Territorial Redistribution: Federalism and Equalization Policy in Australia and Canada,” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 46(1): 93–113. [more]
  22. Rezvan Ostadalidehaghi and Daniel Béland (2013), “‘Women without Guardians’ in Iran: Gender, Cultural Assumptions, and Social Policy,” Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy, 29(1): 48-63. [more]
  23. Lindsey Bruce, Daniel Béland, and Angela Bowen (2012), “MotherFirst: Developing a Maternal Mental Health Strategy in Saskatchewan,” Healthcare Policy, 8(2): 46-55. [more]
  24. Daniel Béland and John Myles (2012), “Varieties of Federalism, Institutional Legacies, and Social Policy: Comparing Old-Age and Unemployment Insurance Reform in Canada,” International Journal of Social Welfare, 21(S1): S75-S87. [more]
  25. Tamer Qarmout and Daniel Béland (2012), “The Politics of Foreign Aid to the Gaza Strip,” Journal of Palestine Studies,XLI(4): 1-16. [more]
  26. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2012), “The Obama Presidency and Health Insurance Reform: Assessing Continuity and Change,” Social Policy & Society, 11(3): 319-330. [more]
  27. Michael W. Kpessa and Daniel Béland (2012),“Transnational Actors and the Politics of Pension Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa,” Review of International Political Economy, 19(2): 267-291. [more]
  28. Heather Rollwagen and Daniel Béland (2012), “Responding to Calgary’s ‘Gang War’: A Political Sociology of Criminological Ideas,” Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 54(1): 141-168. [more]
  29. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2011), “Ideen und sozialpolitischer Wandel: Konzeptionelle Überlegungen am Beispiel der USA,” Zeitschrift für Sozialreform, 57(4): 463-485.
  30. Michael W. Kpessa, Daniel Béland, and André Lecours (2011), “Nationalism, Development, and Social Policy: The Politics of Nation-Building in Sub-Saharan Africa,” Ethnic and Racial Studies, 34(12): 2115-2133.
  31. Daniel Béland (2011), “La question des retraites et la présidence Obama,” Retraite et société, n° 61: 137-156.
  32. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2011), “Le nationalisme et la gauche au Québec,” Globe: Revue internationale d’études québécoises, 14(1): 37-52.
  33. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2011), “The Ideational Dimension of Federalism: The ‘Australian Model’ and the Politics of Equalization in Canada,” Australian Journal of Political Science, 46(2): 199-212.
  34. Daniel Béland (2011), “The Politics of Social Policy Language,” Social Policy & Administration, 45(1): 1-18
  35. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2010), “Logiques institutionnelles et politiques publiques: le programme de péréquation d’hier à aujourd’hui,” Politique et Sociétés, 29(2): 3-20.
  36. Colin Wiseman and Daniel Béland (2010), “The Politics of Institutional Change in Venezuela: Oil Policy during the Presidency of Hugo Chavez” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 35: 141-164. [Full text]
  37. André Lecours and Daniel Béland (2010), “Federalism and Fiscal Policy: The Politics of Equalization in Canada,” Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 40(4): 569-596.
  38. Daniel Béland (2010), “Reconsidering Policy Feedback: How Policies Affect Politics,” Administration & Society, 42(5): 568-590.
  39. Daniel Béland (2010), “Policy Change and Health Care Research,” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 35(4): 607-633.
  40. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2010), “Does Nationalism Trigger Welfare State Disintegration? Social Policy and Territorial Mobilization in Belgium and Canada,” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 28(3): 420-434.
  41. Daniel Béland (2010), “The Idea of Power and the Role of Ideas,” Political Studies Review, 8(2): 145-154.
  42. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2010), “The Politics of Social Policy Change: Lessons of the Clinton and Bush Presidencies,” Policy & Politics, 38(2): 217-233.
  43. Daniel Béland (2009), “Vieillissement et discours politique,” Lien social et politiques, n°62: 29-40.
  44. Daniel Béland (2009), “Gender, Ideational Analysis, and Social Policy,” Social Politics, 16(4): 558-581.
  45. Daniel Béland (2009), “Idées, institutions politiques et production de l’expertise”, Quaderni: la revue de la communication, nº70: 39-48.
  46. Daniel Béland (2009), “Back to Bourgeois? French Social Policy and the Idea of Solidarity,” International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 29(9/10): 445-456.
  47. Kristina Babich and Daniel Béland (2009), “Policy Change and the Politics of Ideas: The Emergence of the Canada/Quebec Pension Plans,” Canadian Review of Sociology, 46(3): 253-271.
  48. Daniel Béland (2009), “Ideas, Institutions, and Policy Change,” Journal of European Public Policy, 16(5): 701-718.
  49. Julie Kaye and Daniel Béland (2009), “The Politics of Ethnicity and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Case of Northern Ghana,” Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 27(2): 177-200.
  50. Daniel Béland (2009), “Les mutations de la protection sociale aux États-Unis”, Hérodote: revue de géographie et de géopolitique, n°132: 128-145.
  51. Daniel Béland (2009), “The Great Social Security Debate,” International Journal, 64(1): 115-123.
  52. Daniel Béland (2009), “Les politiques sociales sous la présidence Bush”, Politique américaine, n°12: 17-27.
  53. Mike Zajko and Daniel Béland (2008), “Space and Protest Policing at International Summits,” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 26(4): 719-735.
  54. Daniel Béland (2008), “La politique de l’insécurité: l’exemple des États-Unis”, Socio-logos: Revue de l'Association française de sociologie, 3. [Full text]
  55. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2008), “Taking ‘Big Government Conservatism’ Seriously? The Bush Presidency Reconsidered,” Political Quarterly, 79(1): 109–118.
  56. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2007), “Federalism, Nationalism, and Social Policy Decentralisation in Canada and Belgium,” Regional and Federal Studies, 17(4): 405-419. [Full text - PDF]
  57. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2007), “Conservative Ideas and Social Policy in the United States,” Social Policy & Administration, 41(7): 768–786.
  58. Daniel Béland and Toshimitsu Shinkawa (2007), “Public and Private Policy Change: Pension Reform in Four Countries,” Policy Studies Journal, 35(3): 349-371. [Full text - PDF]
  59. Daniel Béland (2007), “Insecurity and Politics: A Framework,” Canadian Journal of Sociology, 32(3): 317-340. [Full text - PDF]
  60. Daniel Béland (2007), “Neo-Liberalism and Social Policy: The Politics of Ownership,” Policy Studies, 28(2): 91-107. [Full text - PDF]
  61. Toshimitsu Shinkawa and Daniel Béland (2007), “Jiyushugi Fukushi Rejimu no Tayosei: Danzoku Kinko to Zenzoshugi no Aida” [“Varieties of the Liberal Welfare Regime: Between Punctuated Equilibrium and Incrementalism”], Hogaku Ronso [Kyoto Law Review], 160(5/6): 184-220.
  62. Daniel Béland (2007), “Ideas and Institutional Change in Social Security: Conversion, Layering, and Policy Drift,” Social Science Quarterly, 88(1): 20-38. [Full text - PDF]
  63. Daniel Béland (2007), “The Social Exclusion Discourse: Ideas and Policy Change,” Policy & Politics , 35(1): 123-139. [Full text - PDF]
  64. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2006), “Décentralisation, mouvements nationalistes et politiques sociales au Québec et en Écosse,” Lien social et politiques: nº 56: 135-146.
  65. Daniel Béland (2006), “The Politics of Social Learning: Finance, Institutions and Pension Reform in the United States and Canada,” Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions: 19(4): 559-583. [Full text - PDF]
  66. Daniel Béland and Patrik Marier (2006), “The Politics of Protest Avoidance: Labor Mobilization and Social Policy Reform in France,” Mobilization: An International Journal: 297-311. [Full text - PDF]
  67. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2006), “Sub-State Nationalism and the Welfare State: Québec and Canadian Federalism,” Nations and Nationalism, 12(1): 77-96. [Full text - PDF]
  68. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2006), “The Social Policies Presidents Make: Pre-Emptive Leadership under Nixon and Clinton,” Political Studies, 54(1): 65-83. [Full text - PDF]
  69. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2005), "Nationalism, Public Policy, and Institutional Development: Social Security in Belgium," Journal of Public Policy, 25(2): 265-285. [Full text - PDF]
  70. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2005), “The Politics of Territorial Solidarity: Nationalism and Social Policy Reform in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Belgium,” Comparative Political Studies, 38(6) August: 676-703. [Full text - PDF]
  71. Daniel Béland (2005), “Insecurity, Citizenship, and Globalization: The Multiple Faces of State Protection,” Sociological Theory, 23(1): 25-41. [Full text - PDF]
  72. Daniel Béland (2005), “Ideas and Social Policy: An Institutionalist Perspective,” Social Policy & Administration, 39(1): 1-18. [Full text - PDF]
  73. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2004), “Nationalisme et protection sociale: une approche comparative,” Canadian Public Policy, 30(3 ): 319-332. [Full text - PDF]
  74. Daniel Béland and François Vergniolle de Chantal (2004), “Fighting ‘Big Government’: Frames, Federalism, and Social Policy Reform in the United States,” Canadian Journal of Sociology , 29(2): 241-264. [Full text - PDF]
  75. Daniel Béland and Ka Man Yu (2004), “A Long Financial March: Pension Reform in China,” Journal of Social Policy, 33(2): 267-288. [Full text - PDF]
  76. Daniel Béland and Jacob S. Hacker (2004), “Ideas, Private Institutions, and American Welfare State ‘Exceptionalism’: The Case of Health and Old-Age Insurance, 1915-1965,” International Journal of Social Welfare , 13(1): 42-54. [Full text - PDF]
  77. Daniel Béland and Jean-Philippe Viriot Durandal (2003), “L’expertise comme pouvoir: le cas des organisations de retraités face aux politiques publiques en France et aux Etats-Unis,” Lien social et politiques, nº 50: 105-123. [Full text - PDF]
  78. Daniel Béland (2002), “Néo-institutionnalisme historique et politiques sociales: une perspective sociologique,” Politique et sociétés, 21(3): 21-39. [Full text]
  79. Daniel Béland, François Vergniolle de Chantal, and Alex Waddan (2002), “Third Way Social Policy: Clinton’s Legacy?,” Policy and Politics, 30(1): 19-30. [Full text - PDF]
  80. Daniel Béland (2002), “Les paradoxes de la ‘privatisation’: épargne individuelle et réforme des retraites aux États-Unis,” Revue française des affaires sociales, 56(1): 93-108.
  81. Daniel Béland (2001), “Does Labor Matter? Institutions, Labor Unions and Pension Reform in France and the United States,” Journal of Public Policy, 21(2): 153-172. [Full text - PDF]
  82. Daniel Béland (2001), “De l’‘autonomie de l’État’ à l’art du compromis social: la réforme des pensions de vieillesse à la fin des années 1930,” Canadian Review of American Studies, 31: 471-494.
  83. Daniel Béland and Claudia Zamorano (2000), “La genealogía de la solidaridad en materia de políticas sociales,” Revista mexicana de sociologìa, 62(2): 3-20.
  84. Daniel Béland and François Vergniolle de Chantal (2000), “Politiques sociales, stratégies électorales et fédéralisme sous la présidence Clinton,” Revue française de science politique, 50(6): 883-913.
  85. Daniel Béland and Randall Hansen (2000), “Reforming the French Welfare State: Solidarity, Social Exclusion and the Three Crises of Citizenship,” West European Politics, 23(1): 47-64. [Full text - PDF]
  86. Daniel Béland (2000), “Expertise et politique des retraites: l’influence des think tanks aux États-Unis,” L’Année de la régulation, 4: 74-99. [Full text - PDF]
  87. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2000), “From Thatcher (and Pinochet) to Clinton? Conservative Think Tanks, Foreign Models and US Pensions Reform,” Political Quarterly, 71(2): 202-210. [Full text - PDF]
  88. Daniel Béland (1999), “L’avenir des retraites aux Etats-Unis: défi démographique, débat politique,” Futuribles, nº 244: 83-108.
  89. Daniel Béland (1998), “État-providence, libéralisme et lien social,” Cahiers de recherche sociologique, nº 31: 145-164.
  90. Daniel Béland (1997), “La fin du Welfare State: de la guerre contre la pauvreté à la guerre contre les pauvres,” Esprit, nº 232: 38-58.

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OTHER ARTICLES AND BRIEF ESSAYS

  1. Daniel Béland (2013), “Les conservateurs contre-attaquent,” La Presse, April 26: A19.
  2. Daniel Béland (2013), “Ridings Creation Non-Partisan,” The StarPhoenix, April 5: A09.
  3. Daniel Béland and Robert Henry Cox (2013), “The Politics of Policy Paradigms,” Governance, 26(2): 193-196.
  4. Divya H. Pahwa and Daniel Béland (2013), “Federalism, Decentralization, and Health Care Policy Reform in India,” Public Administration Research, 2(1): 1-10.
  5. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2013), “Social Insurance and the Politics of Federalism in Belgium,” Canadian Issues, Spring: 78-81.
  6. Daniel Béland and Pierre-Marc Daigneault (2013), “Language Trends in Western Canada,” Western Policy Analyst, February: 1-3.
  7. Kathrin Komp and Daniel Béland (2012), “Balancing Protection and Productivity: International Perspectives on Social Policies for Older People,” International Journal of Social Welfare, 21(S1): S1-S7.
  8. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2012), “Calming the Furor over Equalization,” National Post, March 19: A10.
  9. Daniel Béland (2011), “A Political Year in the West,” Policy Options, 39(11): 38-41.
  10. Daniel Béland (2011), “Policy and Politics Brad Wall’s Saskatchewan,” Policy Options, 39(10): 42-45.
  11. Michael Atkinson and Daniel Béland (2011), “American Democracy and Political Extremism,” Policy Options, 39(9): 64-67.
  12. Daniel Béland (2011), “En quête d’une renaissance,” La Presse, April 28: A29.
  13. Daniel Béland (2011), “Misères libérales,” La Presse, April 21: A35.
  14. Daniel Béland (2011), “Débat en anglais: pas de vainqueur,” Cyberpresse, April 12.
  15. Daniel Béland (2011), “Une coalition dans l’Ouest,” La Presse, April 6: A28.
  16. Daniel Béland (2011), “L'Ouest n'est pas homogène,” La Presse, March 31: A25.
  17. Daniel Béland (2011), “L'autonomie provinciale, une tendance lourde,” La Presse, February 11: A27.
  18. Daniel Béland (2010), “L’avenir du système de santé américain,” La vie des idées, March. [Full text]
  19. Daniel Béland (2010), “Quel avenir pour les régimes publics de pension?” Policy Options, March: 14-16.
  20. Daniel Béland (2009), “Le fédéralisme canadien à l'épreuve de la crise,” Alternatives internationales, December: 107-108.
  21. Daniel Béland (2009), “Le poids des origines: quel avenir pour la Caisse de dépôt?” Policy Options, 30(6): 66-68.
  22. Daniel Béland (2009), “Sociology and Public Policy,” Footnotes, 37(4): 7.
  23. Daniel Béland (2009), “The Threat to Retirement Security,” Policy Options, 30(2): 55-58.
  24. Daniel Béland (2009), “Obama and the Future of Social Security,” Policy Options/Options Politiques, 30(1): 30-33. [Full text]
  25. Julia Brotea and Daniel Béland (2007), “‘Better Dead than Communist!’ Contentious Politics and Identity Formation in 1990 Romania,” Spaces of Identity, 7(2). [Full text]
  26. Daniel Béland (2003), “Identity Politics and French Republicanism,” Society, 40(5): 66-71.
  27. Daniel Béland (2002), “Un conservatisme à visage humain? George W. Bush et l'avenir des politiques sociales,” La vie des idées, Winter. [Full text]
  28. Daniel Béland (2002), “Bridges and Doors: Framing Interdisciplinary Dialogues,” Canadian Journal of Sociology Online. [Full text]
  29. Daniel Béland and Randall Hansen (1998), “La question de la citoyenneté sociale au Royaume-Uni: vers une réflexion européenne?” Droit social, November: 918-926.

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BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. John B. Williamson and Daniel Béland (forthcoming), “The Future of Retirement Security in Comparative Perspective” in Linda K. George and Kenneth F. Ferraro (eds), Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences (8th edition). San Diego: Elsevier.
  2. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (forthcoming), “The Affordable Care Act: Cure or Train Wreck?” in Clodagh Harrington (ed.), Obama’s Washington: Political Leadership in a Partisan Era. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (“Studies of the Americas” series).
  3. Daniel Béland, Christopher Howard, and Kimberly J. Morgan (forthcoming), “Introduction—The Fragmented American Welfare State: Putting the Pieces Together” in Daniel Béland, Christopher Howard, and Kimberly J. Morgan (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Social Policy in the United States. New York: Oxford University Press.
  4. Rianne Mahon and Daniel Béland (forthcoming), “Putting Canadian Social Policy in a Comparative Perspective” in Luc Turgeon, Martin Papillon, Jennifer Wallner, and Stephen White (eds.), Comparing Canada: Citizens, Government, and Policy. Vancouver: UBC Press.
  5. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (forthcoming), “Equalization and the Politics of Natural Resources: Balancing Provincial Autonomy and Territorial Solidarity” in Loleen Berdahl, André Juneau and Carolyn Tuohy (eds), State of the Federation 2012: Regions, Resources and Resiliency. Kingston: Institute for Intergovernmental Relations, Queen's University.
  6. Daniel Béland and Klaus Petersen (2014), “Introduction: Social Policy Concepts and Language” in Daniel Béland and Klaus Petersen (eds), Analyzing Social Policy Concepts and Language: Comparative and Transnational Perspectives. Bristol: Policy Press.
  7. Daniel Béland (2014), “Social Policy Language in France” in Daniel Béland and Klaus Petersen (eds), Analyzing Social Policy Concepts and Language: Comparative and Transnational Perspectives. Bristol: Policy Press.
  8. Jennifer Klein, Daniel Béland and Klaus Petersen (2014), “Social Policy Language in the United States” in Daniel Béland and Klaus Petersen (eds), Analyzing Social Policy Concepts and Language: Comparative and Transnational Perspectives. Bristol: Policy Press.
  9. Klaus Petersen and Daniel Béland (2014), “Conclusion: Comparative Perspectives on Social Policy Language” in Daniel Béland and Klaus Petersen (eds), Analyzing Social Policy Concepts and Language: Comparative and Transnational Perspectives. Bristol: Policy Press.
  10. Alex Waddan and Daniel Béland (2014), “What Third Way? Clinton, New Democrats, and Social Policy Reform” in Richard Himelfarb (ed.), A True Third Way? Domestic Policy and the Presidency of William Jefferson Clinton. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Publishers.
  11. Daniel Béland (2013), “The Politics of the Canada Pension Plan: Private Pensions and Federal-Provincial Parallelism” in G. Bruce Doern and Christopher Stoney (eds), How Ottawa Spends, 2013-2014—The Harper Government: Mid-Term Blues and Long-Term Plans. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 76-87.
  12. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2013), “The New Politics of Austerity in the United Kingdon and the United States” in Guðmundur Jónsson and Kolbeinn Stefánsson (eds), Retrenchment or Renewal? Welfare States in Times of Economic Crisis. Helsinki: NordWel Studies in Historical Welfare State Research, pp. 87-105.
  13. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2013), “Federalism, Nationalist Politics, and Social Policy: How Ideas and Institutions Shape Federal Dynamics” in Arthur Benz and Jörg Broschek (eds.), Federal Dynamics: Continuity, Change, and Varieties of Federalism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 209-228.
  14. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2013), “Health Politics and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” in John Dumbrell (ed.), Issues in American Politics: Polarized Politics in the Age of Obama. New York: Routledge, pp. 44-56.
  15. Daniel Béland and Patrik Marier (2012), “Vieillissement et politiques de retraite au Canada” in Patrik Marier (ed.), Le vieillissement de la population et les politiques publiques: enjeux d’ici et d’ailleurs. Quebec City: Presses de l’Université Laval, pp. 109-128.
  16. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2012), “Nationalismus und Sozialpolitik in Quebec und Kanada” in Monika Eigmüller (ed.), Vom nationalen Wohlfahrtsstaat zur EU-Sozialpolitik: Historisch-soziologische Forschungsperspektiven. Weinheim: Juventa, pp. 123-141.
  17. Daniel Béland and Alex Waddan (2012), “The Great Recession and US Social Policy: From Expansion to Austerity” in Majella Kilkey, Gaby Ramia and Kevin Farnsworth (eds). Social Policy Review 24: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy. 2012, Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 277-296.
  18. Daniel Béland (2011), “Population Aging and Public Policy in Saskatchewan” in David McGrane (ed.), New Direction in Saskatchewan Public Policy. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center.
  19. Daniel Béland and Robert H. Cox (2011), “Ideas and Politics” in Daniel Béland and Robert H. Cox (eds). Ideas and Politics in Social Science Research. New York: Oxford University Press.
  20. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2011), “Nationalism and Welfare State Politics” in Andrzej Marcin Suszycki (ed.), Welfare Citizenship and Welfare Nationalism. Helsinki: University of Helsinki and the Nordic Centre of Excellence (“NordWel Studies in Historical Welfare State Research”).
  21. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2009), “Nationalism, Federalism, and Social Citizenship: The Continental Divide Revisited.” In André Lecours and Genevieve Nootens (eds), Dominant Nationalism, Dominant Ethnicity: Identity, Federalism and Democracy. Brussels: Peter Lang: 131-148. 
  22. Daniel Béland and Brian Gran (2008), “Introduction: Public and Private?” In Daniel Béland and Brian Gran (eds), Public and Private Social Policy: Health and Pension Policies in a New Era. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan: 1-14.
  23. Brian Gran and Daniel Béland (2008), “Conclusion: Revisiting the Public-Private Dichotomy.” In Daniel Béland and Brian Gran (eds), Public and Private Social Policy: Health and Pension Policies in a New Era. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan: 269-281.
  24. Daniel Béland and André Lecours (2005), "Nationalism and Social Policy in Canada and Québec" in Nicola McEwen and Luis Moreno (eds), The Territorial Politics of Welfare, London, Routledge: 189-206.
  25. Daniel Béland (2005), “Ideas, Interests, and Institutions: Historical Institutionalism Revisited” in André Lecours (ed.), New Institutionalism: Theory and Analysis, Toronto, University of Toronto Press: 29-50.
  26. Daniel Béland and John Myles (2005), “ Stasis Amidst Change: Canadian Pension Reform in an Age of Retrenchment” in Giuliano Bonoli and Toshimitsu Shinkawa (eds), Ageing and Pension Reform around the World, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing: 252-272 [Japanese translation of the book published in 2004 by Minerva Publishing].

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ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

  1. Daniel Béland (2012), “Global Security and Insecurity.” In George Ritzer (ed.), Encyclopedia of Globalization. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
  2. Daniel Béland (2012), “State Autonomy.” In George Ritzer (ed.), Encyclopedia of Globalization. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
  3. Daniel Béland (2011), “Social Exclusion.” In Bertrand Badie et al. (eds), International Encyclopedia of Political Science. London: Sage.
  4. Daniel Béland (2010), “Institutionalism, Comparative.” In George Thomas Kurian et al. (eds), The Encyclopedia of Political Science. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press.
  5. Daniel Béland (2010), “Social Security.” In Richard Valelly (ed.), Encyclopedia of U. S. Political History, Volume 7. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press.
  6. Daniel Béland (2010), “Santé et couverture maladie: vers la fin de l’exception américaine?” in Thierry de Montbrial and Philippe Moreau Defarges (ed.), RAMSES (Rapport Annuel Mondial sur le Système Economique et les Stratégies) 2011: Un monde post-américain? Paris: Dunod / Institut français des relations internationales (IFRI), pp. 98-101.
  7. Daniel Béland (2009), “Canada.” In Roger Chapman (ed.), Encyclopedia of the Culture Wars. Armonk (NY): M.E. Sharpe, p. 69.

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