(2015). Economic Equality and Direct Democracy in Ancient Athens. Palgrave Macmillian.

(2013). ‘The Class Ceiling of Social Rights,Journal of Progressive Human Services, 24, pp. 66-80.

(2012). (ed). The Ellen Meiksins Wood Reader. Leiden: Brill.

(2012). ‘Introduction: The “Method” of Ellen Meiksins Wood,’ in Larry Patriquin (ed). The Ellen Meiksins Wood Reader. Leiden: Brill. pp. 1-17

(2011). ‘More Democracy, Less Poverty,New Politics, 51, pp. 79-89

(2009-10). ‘Social Policy, Social Democracy, and the Lessons of History: A Case Study of Gareth Stedman Jones’ An End to Poverty?’ Canadian Review of Social Policy, 63/64, pp. 1-14

(2009). ‘Response to Samantha A. Shave’s Review of Agrarian Capitalism and Poor Relief in England, 1500-1860,’ Cultural and Social History, 6, pp. 112-3

(2007). Agrarian Capitalism and Poor Relief in England, 1500-1860: Rethinking the Origins of the Welfare State. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

(2006). ‘Why Was There No ‘Old Poor Law’ in Scotland and Ireland?Journal of Peasant Studies, 33, pp. 219-47.

(2005). ‘Agrarian Capitalism and Poor Relief in England, c.1500-1790: Rethinking the Origins of the Welfare State,’ Research in Political Economy, 22, pp. 3-50

(2004). ‘The Agrarian Origins of the Industrial Revolution in England,’ Review of Radical Political Economics, 36, pp. 196-216.

(2001). ‘The Historical Uniqueness of the Clinton Welfare Reforms: A New Level of Social Misery?’ Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 28(3), pp. 71-94

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One Response to “Larry Patriquin”

  1. […] Larry Patriquin, PhD 1996 York University Canada, is Associate Professor of Social Welfare and Social Development at Nipissing University in North Bay Ontario. Patriquin has published on the Industrial Revolution, the history and theory of the Welfare State as well as social policy more generally. His book, Agrarian Capitalism and Poor Relief in England, 1500-1860: Rethinking the Origins of the Welfare State was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2007. […]

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