Peer-Reviewed:

Berens, Sarah and Gelepithis, Margarita (2018): Welfare State Structure, Inequality, and Public Attitudes Towards Progressive Taxation, Socio-Economic Review (online first).

Berens, Sarah and von Schiller, Armin (2017): Taxing Higher Incomes – What makes the high-income earners consent to more progressive taxation in Latin America?, Political Behavior, Vol. 39: 703–729.

Berens, Sarah (2016) Crowding Out or Welfare Promotion? How Foreign Aid Affects Social Expenditures in Latin American Welfare Systems. Social Policy & Administration, Vol. 50, No. 3: 353-378.

Berens, Sarah (2015) Preferences on Redistribution in Fragmented Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean. Journal of Politics in Latin America, Vol. 7, No. 3: 117-156.

Berens, Sarah (2015) Between Exclusion and Calculating Solidarity? Preferences for Private versus Public Welfare Provision and the Size of the Informal Sector. Socio-Economic Review, Vol. 13, No. 4: 651-678.

 

 


Non-Peer-Reviewed:

Berens, Sarah and Ruth, Saskia P. (forthcoming), “Universal Social Policies and Clientelistic Party Strategies in Latin America”, in: Ruth, Saskia P., and Maria Spirova (Eds.), Clientelism and Democratic Governance in Comparative Perspective, Colchester: ECPR Press.

Berens, Sarah (2014) Rezension: Faust, J., Michaelowa, K. (Hrsg.). (2013). Politische Ökonomie der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 274 S., ISBN: 978-3848704286. Zeitschrift für Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik, 7: 265–267.
Berens, Sarah and Ruth, Saskia P. (2015) Políticas sociales progresistas y estrategias partidarias cliente- lares: ¿Reconciliando lo irreconciliable? condistintosacentos.com, Instituto de Iberoamérica, Universidad de Salamanca, (blog post).

Working Paper Series:

Berens, Sarah (2015), Social Policy Preferences from a Comparative Perspective,St Lucia, QLD, Australia: University of Queensland. Life Course Center (Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2015-21) 2015-21-LCC-Working-Paper-Berens