Isaac William Martin
Isaac William Martin
Professor of Sociology, University of California - San Diego
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The permanent tax revolt: How the property tax transformed American politics
IW Martin
Stanford University Press, 2008
The new fiscal sociology: Taxation in comparative and historical perspective
IW Martin, AK Mehrotra, M Prasad
Cambridge University Press, 2009
Dawn of the living wage: The diffusion of a redistributive municipal policy
I Martin
Urban Affairs Review 36 (4), 470-496, 2001
Rich people's movements: Grassroots campaigns to untax the one percent
IW Martin
Oxford University Press, 2015
Does inequality erode social trust? Results from multilevel models of US states and counties
M Fairbrother, IW Martin
Social science research 42 (2), 347-360, 2013
The thunder of history: the origins and development of the new fiscal sociology
IW Martin, AK Mehrotra, M Prasad
The new fiscal sociology: Taxation in comparative and historical perspective …, 2009
High school segregation and access to the University of California
I Martin, J Karabel, SW Jaquez
Educational Policy 19 (2), 308-330, 2005
Does School Finance Litigation Cause Taxpayer Revolt? Serrano and Proposition 13
I Martin
Law & Society Review 40 (3), 525-558, 2006
Taxes and fiscal sociology
I William Martin, M Prasad
Annual Review of Sociology 40, 331-345, 2014
Redistributing toward the Rich: Strategic Policy Crafting in the Campaign to Repeal the Sixteenth Amendment, 1938–1958
IW Martin
American Journal of Sociology 116 (1), 1-52, 2010
Gentrification, property tax limitation, and displacement
IW Martin, K Beck
Urban Affairs Review 54 (1), 33-73, 2018
Who are the foreclosed? A statistical portrait of America in crisis
C Niedt, IW Martin
Housing Policy Debate 23 (1), 159-176, 2013
Living wage campaigns in the economic policy arena: Four case studies from California
C Zabin, I Martin
Center for Labor Research and Education, Institute of Industrial Relations …, 1999
What we talk about when we talk about taxes
JL Kidder, I William Martin
Symbolic Interaction 35 (2), 123-145, 2012
Do living wage policies diffuse?
I Martin
Urban Affairs Review 41 (5), 710-719, 2006
Fiscal protest in thirteen welfare states
IW Martin, N Gabay
Socio-Economic Review 11 (1), 107-130, 2012
Foreclosed America
I Martin, C Niedt
Stanford University Press, 2015
After the Tax Revolt: California's Proposition 13 Turns 30
J Citrin, IW Martin
Berkeley Public Policy Press, 2009
The fiscal sociology of public consultation
IW Martin
Democratizing inequalities: Dilemmas of the new public participation, 102-24, 2015
Unequal opportunity: Student access to the University of California
I Martin, J Karabel, SW Jaquez
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