Books (Peer-Reviewed)

Anthony Kevins. (2017) Expanding Welfare in an Age of Austerity: Increasing Protection in an Unprotected World, Amsterdam University Press (Series: Changing Welfare States).

Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)

Alexander Horn, Anthony Kevins, and Kees van Kersbergen. (OnlineFirst) “Workfare and Attitudes toward the Unemployed: New Evidence on Policy Feedback from 1990 to 2018”, Comparative Political Studies.

Anthony Kevins. (OnlineFirst) “Distributing Democratic Influence: External Efficacy and the Preferred Influence of Policy Winners and Losers”, International Journal of Public Opinion Research.

Alexander Horn, Anthony Kevins, and Kees van Kersbergen. (OnlineFirst) “The Paternalist Politics of Punitive and Enabling Workfare: Evidence from a New Dataset on Workfare Reforms in 16 Countries, 1980-2015”, Socio-Economic Review.

Anthony Kevins and Barbara Vis. (OnlineFirst) “Do Public Consultations Reduce Blame Attribution? The Impact of Consultation Characteristics, Gender, and Gender Attitudes”, Political Behavior.
-Outreach via Stuk Rood Vlees and the Political Behavior Blog

Anthony Kevin and Seonghui Lee. (2023) “Projection in the Face of Centrism: Voter Inferences about Candidates’ Party Affiliation in Low-information Contexts”, Political Psychology, 44(2): 319-336.

Anthony Kevins. (2022) “Input from Whom? Public Reactions to Different Consultation Measures”, Political Studies, 70(2): 281-303.

Anthony Kevins and Naomi Lightman. (2022) “How Should the Government Treat Asylum Seekers? The Role of Labour Market Vulnerability and Ethnic Diversity in Europe”, Social Science Research, 104.

Alexander Horn, Anthony Kevins, Carsten Jensen, and Kees van Kersbergen. (2021) “Political Parties and Social Groups: New Perspectives and Data on Group and Policy Appeals”, Party Politics, 27(5): 983–995.

Naomi Lightman and Anthony Kevins. (2021) ”‘Women’s Work’: Welfare State Spending and the Gendered and Classed Dynamics of Unpaid Care”, Gender & Society, 35(5): 778-805.
-Outreach via Work in Progress and the Gender & Society Blog

Anthony Kevins. (2021) “Race, Class, or Both? Responses to Candidate Characteristics in Canada, the UK, and the US”, Politics, Groups, and Identities, 9(4): 699-720.

Anthony Kevins and Joshua Robison. (2021) “Who Should Get a Say? Race, Law Enforcement Guidelines, and Systems of Representation”, Political Psychology, 42(1): 71-91.

Anthony Kevins and Naomi Lightman. (2020) “Immigrant Sentiment and Labour Market Vulnerability: Economic Perceptions of Immigration in Dualized Labour Markets”, Comparative European Politics, 18(3): 460–484.

Anthony Kevins, Alexander Horn, Carsten Jensen, and Kees van Kersbergen. (2020) “Motive Attribution and the Moral Politics of the Welfare State”, Journal of Social Policy, 49(1): 145-165.
-Outreach via the Social Policy Blog

Naomi Lightman and Anthony Kevins. (2019) “Bonus or Burden? Care Work, Inequality, and Job Satisfaction in Eighteen European Countries”, European Sociological Review, 35(6): 825–844.

Anthony Kevins. (2019) “Dualized Trust: Risk, Social Trust, and the Welfare State”, Socio-Economic Review, 17(4): 875–897.

Carsten Jensen and Anthony Kevins. (2019) “Numbers and Attitudes Towards Welfare State Generosity”, Political Studies, 67(2): 496–516.
-Winner of the Harrison Prize for the best paper published in Political Studies in 2019
-Outreach via the LSE British Politics & Policy Blog

Anthony Kevins and Kees van Kersbergen. (2019) “The Effects of Welfare State Universalism on Migrant Integration”, Policy & Politics, 47(1): 115-132.
-Outreach via Discover Society and the Policy & Politics Journal Blog

Anthony Kevins, Alexander Horn, Carsten Jensen, and Kees van Kersbergen. (2019) “The Illusion of Class in Welfare State Politics?”, Journal of Social Policy, 48(1): 21-41.

Anthony Kevins, Alexander Horn, Carsten Jensen, and Kees van Kersbergen. (2018) “Yardsticks of Inequality: Preferences for Redistribution in Advanced Democracies”, Journal of European Social Policy, 28(4): 402-418.

Alexander Horn and Anthony Kevins. (2018) “Problem Pressure and Social Policy Innovation: Lessons from 19th-Century Germany”, Social Science History, 42(3): 495-515.

Anthony Kevins and Stuart Soroka. (2018) “Growing Apart? Partisan Sorting in Canada, 1992-2015”, Canadian Journal of Political Science, 51(1): 103-133.
-Media coverage in The Globe and Mail and Maclean’s

Alexander Horn, Anthony Kevins, Carsten Jensen, and Kees van Kersbergen. (2017) “Peeping at the Corpus – What is Really Going on Behind the Equality and Welfare Items of the Manifesto Project?”, Journal of European Social Policy, 27(5): 403-416.

Stuart Soroka, Richard Johnston, Anthony Kevins, Keith Banting, and Will Kymlicka. (2016) “Migration and Welfare State Spending”, European Political Science Review, 8(2): 173-194.

Anthony Kevins. (2015) “Political Actors and the Extension of Welfare Coverage”, Journal of European Social Policy, 25(3): 303-315.

Book Chapters (Peer-Reviewed)

Anthony Kevins. (2022) “The Impact of Labour Market Vulnerability: Explaining Attitudes toward Immigration in Europe”, Comparative Public Opinion, Cameron D. Anderson and Mathieu Turgeon (eds.), Routledge.

Anthony Kevins. (2022) “When Does Immigration Shape Support for a Universal Basic Income? The Role of Education and Employment Status”, The Handbook on Migration and Welfare, Markus M. L. Crepaz (ed.), Edward Elgar Publishing.