2018        Rathgeb, Philip (2018) Strong Governments, Precarious Workers: Labor Market Policy in the Era of Liberalization. Ithaca, NY: 
                Cornell University Press.

Edited Special Issue

2022        Rathgeb, Philip/Busemeyer, Marius (eds.) (2022) The Radical Right and Welfare Politics: Causes and ConsequencesWest European 

                Politics 45 (1).

Peer-reviewed journal articles

2021        Rathgeb, Philip/Gruber-Risak, Martin (forthcoming) (Deserving) Natives First: The Impact of the Radical Right on the Austrian Welfare     

                State, Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal

2021        Rathgeb, Philip/Wolkenstein, Fabio (2021) When do social democratic parties unite over tough immigration policy? West European

                Politics, online first.

2021        Rathgeb, Philip/Busemeyer, Marius (2021) How to study the populist radical right and the welfare state? West European Politics, online 


2021        Rathgeb, Philip/Klitgaard, Michael Baggesen (2021) Protagonists or consenters: radical right parties and attacks on trade 

                unionsJournal of European Public Policy, online first.

2021        Busemeyer, Marius/Rathgeb, Philip/Sahm, Alexander (2021) Authoritarian values and the welfare state: the social policy preferences of

                radical right voters, West European Politics, online first.

                Research featured in Social Europe and A Correction Podcast

2020        Rathgeb, Philip/Tassinari, Arianna (2020) How the Eurozone disempowers trade unions: the political economy of competitive

                internal devaluation. Socio-Economic Review, online first.

                Research featured in: LSE EUROPP Blog, Work in Progress (American Sociological Association), Arbeit & WirtschaftMakronom 

                (Online-Magazin für Wirtschaftspolitik), Rivista il Mulino

2020        Rathgeb, Philip (2021) Makers against takers: the socio-economic ideology and policy of the Austrian Freedom Party.

                West European Politics 44 (3): 635-660.

2019        Rathgeb, Philip (2019) No Flexicurity without trade unions: The Danish experience. Comparative European Politics 17 (1): 1-21.                        

2018        Rathgeb, Philip (2018) When weak governments confront inclusive trade unions: The politics of protecting labour market outsiders in                       the age of dualization. European Journal of Industrial Relations 24 (1): 5-22.

2017        Rathgeb, Philip (2017) Relying on weak governments: Austrian trade unions and the politics of smoothed dualisation. Austrian Journal

                of Political Science 45 (3): 45-55.

Book reviews

2021        Rathgeb, Philip (2021) Book review of “Sozialstaat Österreich (1945–2020). Entwicklung – Maßnahmen – internationale Verortung“

                (Emmerich Tálos, Herbert Obinger). Austrian Journal of Political Science 50 (2): 23-24.

2021        Rathgeb, Philip (2021) Boris Johnson, Donald Trump und wer kommt als Nächstes? Book review of "The Assault on Truth. Boris Johnson,

                Donald Trump and the Emergence of a New Moral Barbarism" (Peter Oborne). Falter (Austrian weekly), June 30.

2020        Rathgeb, Philip (2020) Donald Trumps Strategie des plutokratischen Populismus. Book review of "Let Them Eat Tweets: How the                              Right Rules in an Age of Extreme Inequality" (Jacob Hacker, Paul Pierson). Falter (Austrian weekly), September 16.

2020        Rathgeb, Philip (2020) Book review of "Reconstructing Solidarity: Labour Unions, Precarious Work, and the Politics of                   

                Instutitonal Change in Europe" (edited by Virginia Doellgast, Nathan Lillie, and Valeria Pulignano). Journal of Social Policy 49 (3): 668-


2020        Rathgeb, Philip (2020) Denkimpulse am Weg zu einem Green New Deal. Book reviews of “A Planet to Win: Why We Need a Green New

                Deal“ (Kate Aronoff et al.) and “The Case for the Green New Deal” (Ann Pettifor). Falter (Austrian weekly), February 26.


Other publications

2021        Busemeyer, Marius/Rathgeb, Philip (2021) The radical right is not a pro-welfare partySocial Europe, April 7.

2020        Tassinari, Arianna/Rathgeb, Philip (2020) Uniti da un destino comune. Sindacati e governance economica europea oltre le divisioni         

                Nord-Sud. La rivista il Mulino, October 14.

2020        Rathgeb, Philip/Tassinari, Arianna (2020) The Eurozone poses challenges for labour at large - and not just for the 'South'. LSE European

                Politics and Policy Blog (EUROPP), August 12.


                Reposted in Work in Progess: Sociology on the economy, work and inequality, American Sociological Association (ASA), September 2.

2020        Rathgeb, Philip/Tassinari, Arianna (2020) Warum die Euro-Architektur die Gewerkschaften schwächt. Makronom - Online-Magazin

                für Wirtschaftspolitik, July 6.

2020        Rathgeb, Philip/Tassinari, Arianna (2020) Die Beschäftigten als VerliererInnen in der Eurozone? Arbeit & Wirtschaft Blog, May 23.

2020        Rathgeb, Philip/Wiss, Tobias (2020) Österreichische Familienpolitik verstärkt Geschlechterungleichheit. Policy Brief on behalf of              

                Momentum Institut (Vienna), March 8.

2020        Rathgeb, Philip (2020) Politische Ursachen von Ungleichheit am Arbeitsmarkt. WISO - Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitische Zeitschrift 43

                (1/20), 80-85.

2019        Rathgeb, Philip (2019) Warum starke Regierungen zu prekärer Arbeit führen. ÖGPW-Politikwissenschaftsblog, Der Standard,

                February 14.

2019        Rathgeb, Philip (2019) Why strong governments are bad for precarious workers. Cornell University Press Blog, January 8.

2017        Rathgeb, Philip/Wolkenstein, Fabio (2017) Third-way à la française: What do Macron’s reforms involve and how likely are they to                               succeed? LSE European Politics and Policy Blog, June 23.

2016        Rathgeb, Philip/Wolkenstein, Fabio (2016) Reform oder Untergang: Ist die SPÖ noch zu retten? Der Standard, May 2.

2016        Rathgeb, Philip/Wolkenstein, Fabio (2016) A long goodbye to the grand coalition: Austria’s presidential election. LSE European Politics                   and Policy Blog, May 3.

2016        Rathgeb, Philip/Wolkenstein, Fabio (2016) A long goodbye to the grand coalition: The 2016 Austrian presidential election. Policy                             Network, April 29.

2015        Rathgeb, Philip (2015) The SPÖ’s tax agenda fails to deliver. Policy Network, March 20.