- James Monroe Professor of Politics
- Bachelor of Arts, Trinity College, Cambridge University, 1983
- Master of Arts, Yale University, 1985
- Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1989
Political Economy, Welfare State, Comparative Politics, West European Politics, British and French Politics, Trade Unions and Industrial Relations, Gender and Political Economy.
Comparative Political Economy, Trade Unions and Industrial Relations, Social Democratic and Labor Parties.
Trajectories of Neoliberal Transformation: European Industrial Relations Since the 1970s [co-author Lucio Baccaro] (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2017). 262 pages.
“Regulating Class in the Neoliberal Era: The Role of the State in the Restructuring of Work and Employment Relations” for Work, Employment and Society 30:4 (August 2016), pp. 573-589.
“The Changing Relationship Between Labor and the State in Contemporary Capitalism” Law, Culture and the Humanities 11:1 (February 2015), pp 6-16.
“A Common Neoliberal Trajectory: The Transformation of Industrial Relations in Advanced Capitalism” (co-author Lucio Baccaro), Politics & Society 39:4 (December 2011), pp. 521-564.
“Rethinking Institutions and Institutional Change in European Industrial Relations” (co-author Rebecca Kolins Givan), British Journal of Industrial Relations 49:2 (June 2011), pp. 231-255.