Julia Lynch
Julia Lynch
Associate professor of political science, University of Pennsylvania
Verified email at sas.upenn.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Context and causal mechanisms in political analysis
TG Falleti, JF Lynch
Comparative political studies 42 (9), 1143-1166, 2009
6822009
Age in the welfare state: The origins of social spending on pensioners, workers, and children
J Lynch
Cambridge University Press, 2006
3722006
Health status of people undergoing foreclosure in the Philadelphia region
CE Pollack, J Lynch
American journal of public health 99 (10), 1833-1839, 2009
1552009
Housing affordability and health among homeowners and renters
CE Pollack, BA Griffin, J Lynch
American journal of preventive medicine 39 (6), 515-521, 2010
1332010
Always the third rail? Pension income and policy preferences in European democracies
J Lynch, M Myrskylä
Comparative Political Studies 42 (8), 1068-1097, 2009
124*2009
The age-orientation of social policy regimes in OECD countries
J Lynch
Journal of Social Policy 30 (3), 411-436, 2001
972001
Italy: a christian democratic or clientelist welfare state?
J Lynch
Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States, 91-118, 2009
93*2009
Playing fair: fairness beliefs and health policy preferences in the United States
J Lynch, SE Gollust
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 35 (6), 849-887, 2010
682010
Aligning sampling strategies with analytic goals
JF Lynch
Interview research in political science, 31-44, 2013
652013
Who deserves health care? The effects of causal attributions and group cues on public attitudes about responsibility for health care costs
SE Gollust, J Lynch
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 36 (6), 1061-1095, 2011
552011
Old age and pensions
K Hinrichs
Routledge Handbook of the Welfare State, 418-431, 2018
522018
A case–control study of home foreclosure, health conditions, and health care utilization
C Pollack, SK Kurd, A Livshits, M Weiner, J Lynch
Journal of Urban Health 88 (3), 469-478, 2011
482011
From process to mechanism: Varieties of disaggregation
TG Falleti, J Lynch
Qualitative sociology 31 (4), 333-339, 2008
482008
Reconsidering seniority bias: Aging, internal institutions, and union support for pension reform
KM Anderson, J Lynch
Comparative Politics, 189-208, 2007
462007
Reframing inequality? The health inequalities turn as a dangerous frame shift
J Lynch
Journal of Public Health 39 (4), 653-660, 2017
322017
Whose ‘Gray Power’? Elderly Voters, Elderly Lobbies, and Welfare Reform in Italy and the United States
AL Campbell, J Lynch
Italian Politics and Society 53, 11-39, 2000
27*2000
Fragile health and fragile wealth: mortgage strain among African American homeowners
DE Keene, JF Lynch, AC Baker
Social Science & Medicine 118, 119-126, 2014
232014
The influence of private health care financing on citizen trust in government
M Cammett, J Lynch, G Bilev
Perspectives on Politics 13 (4), 938-957, 2015
18*2015
The age of welfare: Patronage, citizenship, and generational justice in social policy
JF Lynch
Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University, 2004
17*2004
Symposium: Field Research
E Lieberman, M Howard, J Lynch
Qualitative Methods 2 (1), 2-15, 2004
17*2004
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