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2016

Hevenstone, Debra; Jann, Ben (12 April 2016). Fiscal Federalism and Tax Equalization: The potential for progressive local taxes (University of Bern Social Sciences Working Papers 19). Bern: University of Bern, Department of Social Sciences

Berger, Joël; Hevenstone, Debra (2016). Norm enforcement in the city revisited: An international field experiment of altruistic punishment, norm maintenance, and broken windows. Rationality and society, 28(3), pp. 1-21. Sage Publications 10.1177/1043463116634035

2015

Hevenstone, Debra; Murphy, Emily; Buchs, Helen (2015). Interim Report: Labor Market Mismatch and Unemployment Durations (Submitted) Zürich: Staatssekretariat für Wirtschaft

Hevenstone, Debra (24 September 2015). Managing social policy under federalism: The challenges of hybrid funding and program delivery (Unpublished). In: 2nd BIGSSS International Conference - "From POVERTY to PARTIES and INSTITUTIONS to INEQUALITY: Linking Structural Inequalities to Social Policy-Making". Bremen, Germany. 24.-25.09.2015.

Hevenstone, Debra (2015). The American Myth of Markets in Social Policy: Ideological Roots of Inequality. New York: Palgrave Macmillan 10.1057/9781137436306

Hevenstone, Debra; Murphy, Emily; Buchs, Helen (30 May 2015). Flexible Measures of Labor Market Mismatch (Unpublished). In: Spring Meeting 2015 of the Research Committee 28 on Social Stratification and Mobility - "Social Inequality, Cohesion and Solidarity". Tilburg, Netherlands. 28.05.-30.05.2015.

2014

Jann, Ben; Hevenstone, Debra (2014). Simulation. In: Baur, Nina; Blasius, Jörg (eds.) Handbuch Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung (pp. 211-221). Wiesbaden: Springer VS 10.1007/978-3-531-18939-0

2013

Hevenstone, Debra (30 November 2013). The marriage matching problem with information limited by social networks. In: Rational Choice Sociology: Theory and Empirical Applications. November 2013.

Hevenstone, Debra (16 September 2013). Fiscal Federalism: An Agent Based Model of Exit and Voice (Unpublished). In: European Conference on Complex Systems. Barcelona, Spain. 16.09.2013.

Hevenstone, Debra (29 August 2013). Fiscal Federalism, Economic Segregation and Regressive Taxation: An empirically calibrated micro-macro agent based simulation of exit and voice (Unpublished). In: European Sociological Association Congress. Torino, Italy. 29.08.2013.

Hevenstone, Debra (11 August 2013). The Fruits of Federalism: Segregation and Inequality (Unpublished). In: American Sociological Association. New York City. 11.08.2013.

Hevenstone, Debra (27 June 2013). Market and Individual-Oriented Social Policy (Unpublished). In: Swiss Sociological Association. Bern. 27.06.2013.

Hevenstone, Debra (2013). Buchrezension zu: Elisabeth Kals and Jürgen Maes (eds.): Justice and Conflicts: Theoretical and Empirical Contributions. Social Justice Research, 26(1), pp. 97-103. Plenum Press 10.1007/s11211-013-0176-0

2011

Hendra, Richard; Ray, Kathryn; Vegeris, Sandra; Hevenstone, Debra; Hudson, Maria (2011). Employment Retention and Advancement (ERA) Demonstration: Delivery, Take-Up, and Outcomes of In-Work Training Support for Lone Parents DWP Research Report 727

Greenberg, David; Knight-Hierro, Genevieve; Speckesser, Stefan; Hevenstone, Debra (2011). Improving the DWP assessment of the relative costs and benefits of employment programmes, Working Paper 100

Hevenstone, Debra (2011). Flexicurity, Happiness, and the role of Cultural Values International Labour Organisation. July 2011.

Hevenstone, Debra (2011). Flexicurity, Happiness, and Satisfaction, Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics. June 2011.

Hevenstone, Debra (2011). Presentation of work with LIS: Data, results, and perspectives Luxembourg Income Study Seminar, University of Bern. November 2011.

Hevenstone, Debra (2011). Flexicurity and its Effect on Unemployment, Life Satisfaction, and Happiness. International journal of sociology, 41(3), pp. 7-39. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe

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