Selected publications

Louise Haagh (2013) ‘The Citizens’ Income and Democratization in Latin America – A Multi-Institutional Perspective‘ in Rubén Lo Vuolo (Ed.)Citizen’s Income and Welfare Regimes in Latin America. From Cash Transfers to Rights, Exploring the Basic Income Guarantee Series, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Louise Haagh (2013) ‘Basic Income and Different Egalitarian Rights to Security’ in Redefining and Combating Poverty: Human Rights, Democracy and Common Goods in Today’s Europe, Trends in Social Cohesion No. 25, Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

Louise Haagh (2012) ‘Democracy, Public Finance, and Property Rights in Economic Stability: How More Horizontal Capitalism Upscales Freedom for All’ in Polity, October, Volume 44, No. 4. pp.542-587.

Louise Haagh (2011) ‘Working Life, Well-Being and Welfare Reform: Motivation and Institutions Revisited‘, World Development, March, Vol. 39, No.3.  pp.450-573. Also available at:

Louise Haagh (2011) Basic Income, Social Democracy and Control over Time, Policy and Politics, January, Vol. 39, No.1, pp. 41-64.

Louise Haagh (2010), ‘Equal Freedom and Social Democracy: Decent Work as a Distributional Good’, in C. Bausat, W.J.F Keenan, and C. Sedmak (Eds.), Decent Work and Unemployment, Vol. 3, Perspective on Social Ethics, LIT Verlag, Berlin and Transaction Publishers, Rutgers University, New Jersey.

Louise Haagh (2008) ‘Developmental Freedom, Unemployment and Poverty – Restating the Centrality of Institutions to Agency’ in Perspectives on Work : Problems, Insights, Challenges, edited by Otto Neumaier, Gottfried Schweiger, Clemens Sedmak, LIT publisher group, Münster-Hamburg-London.

Louise Haagh (2007) ‘Developmental Freedom and Social Order – Rethinking the Relation between Work and Equality’ in Journal of Philosophical Economics, Vol. 1, issue 1, Autumn, pp.119-160.

Louise Haagh (2007) ‘Basic Income, Occupational Freedom and Anti-Poverty Policy’ in Basic Income Studies, Vol. 2, Issue, 1, June.

Louise Haagh (2006) ‘Equality and Income Security in Market Economies: What’s Wrong with Insurance?’’ in Social Policy and Administration, Vol. 40:4, 385-424.

Louise Haagh (2006), ‘Editorial Introduction’ to Special Issue on Latin America, in Social Policy and Administration, Vol. 40:4, pp.339-352.

Louise Haagh (2005) ‘Occupational Rights and New Employment Regimes in Emergent Economies’, Policy Studies, I. June, Vol. 26, No.2, June, pp.171-198.

Louise Haagh (2004) ‘Market Neutrality and Social Policy – Unemployment Insurance and Resistance to Comprehensive Learning in Chile’ in Learning from Foreign Models in Latin American Policy Reform , Weyland, K. (Ed.), The Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington D.C.

Louise Haagh (2004) ‘The Free Labour Market and Korea’s 1997 Financial Crisis’ in Economic Crisis and its Impacts: Brazil and South Korea Compared, Amann, E. and Chang H.-J. (Eds), Brookings and Institute for Latin American Studies.

Louise Haagh (2002) Citizenship, Labour Markets and Democratization – Chile and the Modern Sequence, Basingstoke: Palgrave, St. Antony’s Series.

Louise Haagh and Camilla Helgø (2002) (Eds), Social Policy Reform and Market Governance in Latin America, Basingstoke: Palgrave. St. Antony’s Series.

Louise Haagh (2002)  ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes: Labor Reform and Social Democratization in Chile’, Studies in Comparative International Development, Vol. 37, No.1, Spring, pp. 86-115.

Louise Haagh (2001) ‘The Challenges of Labor Reform in Korea: A Review of Contrasting Approaches to Market Enhancement and Experiences from Chile and Denmark’ in Labor Market Reforms in Korea: Policy Options for the Future, Park, F-k, Park, Y-b, Betcherman, G, and Dar A. (Eds), The World Bank.

Louise Haagh (1999) ‘Training Policy and the Property Rights of Labour in Chile (1990-1997): Social Citizenship in the Atomised Market Regime, Journal of Latin American Studies, Cambridge University Press, 31, 429-472.

Louise Haagh

Contact details

Dr Louise Haagh
Department of Politics
University of York
YO10 5DD

Tel: 01904 323549
Fax: 01904 323563

Feedback and Guidance hours this term – n/a on research leave


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