Public Services and the Modern State: Work in Progress
Ketevan Bolkvadze and J. Lindvall. "Police Power and Political Unrest in Two Great Cities."
Frida Boräng, Sara Kalm, and J. Lindvall. "A Comparative Political History of the Progressive Dilemma."
J. Lindvall. "Political Science as Architecture."
J. Lindvall. "Technology and Politics: A Research Agenda." Short think-piece, please email if you have comments.
J. Lindvall and Katren Rogers. "The Changing Faces of the Modern State."
J. Lindvall and Jan Teorell. "Projecting Power at Home and Abroad."
J. Lindvall and Jan Teorell. "State Capacity as Power."
Public Services and the Modern State: Publications
Kerstin Enflo, Alexandra Lopez Cermeño, and J. Lindvall. "Railways and Reform. How Trains Strengthened the Nation State." Conditionally accepted for publication in British Journal of Political Science.
Ben Ansell and J. Lindvall. Inward Conquest. The Political Origins of Modern Public Services. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Frida Boräng, Sara Kalm, and J. Lindvall. 2020. "Unions and the Rights of Migrants in the Long Run." Journal of European Social Policy 30:5.
Thomas Brambor, Agustín Goenaga, J. Lindvall, and Jan Teorell. 2020. "The Lay of the Land: Information Capacity and the Modern State." Comparative Political Studies 53:2.
Sara Kalm and J. Lindvall. 2019. "Immigration Policy and the Modern Welfare State, 1880–1920." Journal of European Social Policy 29:4.
Thomas Brambor and J. Lindvall. 2018. "The Ideology of Heads of Government, 1870–2012." European Political Science 17:2.
Tony Ingesson, Mårten Lindberg, J. Lindvall, and Jan Teorell. 2018. "The Martial Origins of Democracy." Democratization 25:4.
Ansell, Ben, and J. Lindvall. 2013. "The Political Origins of Primary Education Systems." American Political Science Review 107:3. Replication data. Documentation of data on school systems. Documentation of data on heads of government.
Lars Bo Kaspersen and J. Lindvall. 2008. "Why No Religious Politics? The Secularization of Poor Relief and Primary Education in Denmark and Sweden." Archives européennes de sociologie 49:1.