Peer-Reviewed:

Berens, Sarah and Kemmerling, Achim (2019) Labor Divides, Informality and Regulation: The public opinion on labor law in Latin America, forthcoming in Journal of Politics in Latin America.

Berens, Sarah and Dallendörfer, Mirko (2019) Apathy or Anger? How Crime Experience Affects Individual Vote Intention in Latin America and the CaribbeanPolitical Studies, online first.

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.


Edited Volumes:

Berens, Sarah and Menéndez, Irene (forthcoming) “Is informal work eroding compliance?” in: Santiago López-Cariboni (guest editor): Political economy of informality in BRIC countries. Book series edited by Edward Mansfield and Nita Rudra, World Scientific Publishing.

 

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.


Non-Peer-Reviewed:

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