All Publications | Prof. Dr. Merike Blofield

Refereed Articles

Blofield, Merike / Touchton, Michael (2020), Moving Away from Maternalism? The Politics of Parental Leave Reforms in Latin America, in: Comparative Politics, online first
Blofield, Merike (2019), The Politics of Social Policies in Latin America, in: Latin American Research Review, 54, 4, 1056–1064
Blofield, Merike / Jokela, Merita (2018), Care Work and the Struggles of Care Workers in Latin America, in: Current Sociology, 66, 4, 531-546
Blofield, Merike / Ewig, Christina / Piscopo, Jennifer M. (2017), The Reactive Left: Gender Equality and the Pink Tide in Latin America, in: Social Politics, 24, 4, 345-369
Blofield, Merike / Ewig, Christina (2017), The Left Turn and Abortion Politics in Latin America, in: Social Politics , 24, 4, 481-510


Blofield, Merike (forthcoming), The Left Shift and Labor Rights for Marginalized Groups in Latin America: The Case of Paid Domestic Workers, in: Manuel Balán / Françoise Montambeault (eds.), What’s Left? The Promise and Reality of Inclusive Citizenship in Latin America, Notre Dame University Press
Blofield, Merike / Hoffmann, Bert / Llanos, Mariana (2020), Assessing the Political and Social Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis in Latin America, GIGA Focus Latin America, 03/2020, Hamburg: GIGA
Blofield, Merike / Martínez Franzoni, Juliana (2018), Work-family policies: Is Latin America moving towards more gender and social equity?, in: Gudny Eydal / Tine Rostgaard (eds.), Handbook on Child and Family Policy, Edward Elgar Publishing
Blofield, Merike / Madalozzo, Regina (2017), Conciliando trabalho e família: Uma pesquisa para mensurar o hiato de gênero nas famílias de baixa renda em São Paulo, in: Estudos Feministas , 25, 1, 215-239


Blofield, Merike / Filgueira, Fernando (2020), Covid-19 and Latin America: Social Impact, Policies and a Fiscal Case for an Emergency Social Protection Floor, in: Social Protection Program
Blofield,, Merike (2018), Pluralization of Families, in: Rethinking Society for the 21st Century, Report of the International Panel on Social Progress, Cambridge University Press, 677-712