Note: Non-gated versions are denoted by the “Accepted Article” links.

Curran, Michaela, Bloom, Quinn, and Steven Brint. 2020. “Does Cluster Hiring Enhance Faculty Research Output, Collaborations, and Impact? Results from a National Study of U.S. Research Universities.” Minerva, DOI: [Abstract] [Data and Code]

Bloom, Quinn, Curran, Michaela, and Steven Brint. 2019. “Interdisciplinary Cluster Hiring Initiatives in U.S. Research Universities: More Straw than Bricks?” Journal of Higher Education. [Abstract] [Data and Code]

Curran, Michaela, and Matthew C. Mahutga. 2018. “Income Inequality and Population Health: A Global Gradient?” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 59(4): 536-553. [Abstract] [Accepted Article] (Data and Code coming soon!)

Mahutga, Matthew C., Curran, Michaela, and Anthony Roberts. 2018. “Job Tasks and the Comparative Structure of Income and Employment: Routine Task Intensity and Offshoreability for the LIS.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 59(2): 81-109. (Lead Article) [Abstract] [Accepted Article] [Data and Code]

  • Featured in “Routine Task Intensity and Offshoreability for the LIS.” Inequality Matters. 7: 10-11. [Newsletter Article]

Kwon, Ronald, and Michaela Curran. 2016. “Immigration and Support for Redistributive Social Policy: Does Multiculturalism Matter?” International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 57(6):375-400. (Lead article) [Abstract]

Owen, Jason E., Curran, Michaela, Bantum, Erin O., and Robert Hanneman. “Characterizing Social Networks and Communication Channels in a Web-Based Peer Support Intervention.” Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, Jun;19(6):388-396. [Abstract]

Book Chapters

Curran, Michaela, Schwarz, Elizabeth A. G., and Christoper Chase-Dunn. “The Occupy Movement in California.” in What Comes After Occupy?: The Regional Politics of Resistance. Edited by Todd A. Comer. U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. [Book] [Accepted Paper]

Book Reviews

Chase-Dunn, Christopher, and Michaela Curran. 2013. “Book Review of ‘Smith and Wiest: Social Movements in the World System: The Politics of Crisis and Transformation’.” Mobilization, 18(1): 482-483. [Accepted Review]