Comparative Political Economy
Phone: (541) 737-6243
Office: 300B Gilkey
- ECON 435/535: The Public Economy
- PS 341: Politics of Western Europe and the European Union
- PS 449/549: Topics in Comparative Politics
- PS 599: Advanced Policy Analysis (Panel Modeling)
- SOC 516: Conducting Social Research
Areas of Interest
- Political Economy and Comparative Politics
- Public Economics and the Public Sector
- European Economic and Political Integration
- Higher Education Policy
- Comparative Politics of Sectoral Labor Markets
- Industrial Relations
- PhD, European Political Economy, London School of Economics and Political Science, 2011
- MSc (Research), European Political Economy, London School of Economics and Political Science, 2007
- BSc & BA, Economics, European Studies, and Swedish Studies, University of Washington, 2005
- 2011 - Present, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Oregon State University
- 2008- 2011, Graduate Teaching Instructor, Department of Mathematics, University College London
- 2007-2008, Researcher in Higher Education Finance, Russell Group of Universities, London, UK
- Hamann, K., Johnston, AL, and Kelly, J. (Forthcoming, 2013) "Striking Concessions from Governments: Explaining the Success of General Strikes in Western Europe, 1980-2009." Comparative Politics.
- Empirical data, STATA format: STATA File
- Kelly, J., Hamann, K., and Johnston AL. (Forthcoming, 2013) “Unions Against Governments: Explaining General Strikes in Western Europe, 1980-2006”. Comparative Political Studies. Vol. 46(9)
- Johnson AL, and Barr, N. (forthcoming 2013) "Student Loan Reform, Interest Subsidies and Costly Technicalities: Lessons from the UK Experience," Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. Vol. 35.
- Johnston AL, Kornelakis A, Rodriguez-D’Acri (2012) “Swords of Justice in an age of retrenchment? The role of trade unions in welfare provision” Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research. Vol 18, No. 2: 213-224.
- Johnston AL (2012) “European Economic and Monetary Union's Perverse Effects on Sectoral Wage Inflation: Negative Feedback Effects from Institutional Change?”. European Union Politics. Vol. 13, No. 3: 345-366.
- Johnston AL, Kornelakis A, Rodriguez-D’Acri (2011) “Social partners and welfare state reconfiguration: privatization or re-collectivization of social risks?” European Journal of Industrial Relations. Vol., 17, No. 4: 349-364
- Johnston AL, Hancké R (2009) “Wage inflation and labour unions in EMU” Journal of European Public Policy, 16(4): 601-622
- Hassel A, Johnston AL, Wagner B: (2009) “Wage setting, minimum wages and industrial relations.” In Industrial Relations in Europe 2008. European Commission (ed), Brussels: 73-97.