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Leicht KT, Jenkins JC. Three Strategies of State Economic Development: Entrepreneurial, Industrial Recruitment, and Deregulation Policies in the American States. 1994;8(3):256 - 269. doi:10.1177/089124249400800303.
Leicht KT, Fennell ML, WITKOWSKI KM. The Effects of Hospital Characteristics and Radical Organizational Change on the Relative Standing of Health Care Professions. 1995;36(2):151-167. Available at:
Leicht KT, Fennell ML. Who staffs the US leaning tower? Organisational change and diversity. 2008;27(1):88 - 106. doi:10.1108/02610150810844965.
Leicht KT, Fennell ML. The Changing Organizational Context of Professional Work. 1997;23(1):215-231. doi:10.1146/annurev.soc.23.1.215.
Leicht KT, Jenkins JC. New and Unexplored Opportunities: Developing a Spatial Perspective for Political Sociology. In: The Sociology of Spatial Inequality. Albany, NY: SUNY Press; 2007:63-84. Available at:
Leicht KT, Lyman ECW. Markets, Institutions, and the Crisis of Professional Practice. Bingley: Emerald (MCB UP ); 2006:17 - 44. doi:10.1016/S0733-558X(06)24002-3.
Leicht KT, Marx J. The Consequences of Informal Job Finding for Men and Women. 1997;40(4):967-987. Available at:
Leicht KT, Thompkins D, Wildhagen T, et al. Women's Predominance Incollege Enrollments: Labor Market and Gender Identity Explanations. Bingley: Emerald (MCB UP ); 2007:283 - 309. doi:10.1016/S0882-6145(07)24011-1.
Leicht KT, Shepelak NS. Organizational Justice and Satisfaction with Economic Rewards. 1994;13:175-202.
Leicht KT, Fennell ML. Professional Work: A Sociological Approach. Cambridge, UK: Blackwell; 2001. Available at:
Leicht KT. Broken Down by Race and Gender? Sociological Explanations of New Sources of Earnings Inequality. 2008;34(1):237 - 255. doi:10.1146/annurev.soc.34.040507.134627.
Leicht KT, Jenkins JC. Political Resources and Direct State Intervention: The Adoption of Public Venture Capital Programs in the American States, 1974-1990. 1998;76(4):1323-1345. Available at:
Leicht KT. When Easy Credit Replaces Wage Increases, Prosperity is Fragile and America's Middle Class Suffers.
Leicht KT, Parcel TL, Kaufman RL. Measuring the Same Concepts Across Diverse Organizations. 1992;21:149-174.
Leicht KT, Fitzgerald ST. Postindustrial Peasants: The Illusion of Middle Class Prosperity. New York, NY: Worth Publishers; 2006. Available at:
Leicht KT. Nickels and Dimes Won't Fix This: The Future of Work and Pay in America. 2010;37(2):225 - 233. doi:10.1177/0730888410367586.
Leicht KT. The Future of Work. In: Sociology for a New Century. Pine Forge Press; 2001:421-439.
Leicht KT. "Professions" in the Encyclopedia of Social Theory. In: Vol 1. Encyclopedia of Social Theory. Sage Publications, Inc.; 2005:603-606. Available at:
Leicht KT, Wallace M, GRANT DS. Union Presence, Class, and Individual Earnings Inequality. 1993;20(4):429 - 451. doi:10.1177/0730888493020004002.
Leicht KT, Jenkins JC. Handbook of Politics: State and Society in Global Perspective. New York, NY: Springer Science+Business Media; 2010:600. Available at:
Leicht KT, Walter T, Sainsaulieu I, Davies S. New Public Management and New Professionalism across Nations and Contexts. 2009;57(4):581 - 605. doi:10.1177/0011392109104355.
Leicht KT. Work (if you can get it) and Occupations (if there are any)?: What Social Scientists can Learn from Predictions of the End of Work and Radical Workplace Change. 1998;25(1):36-48. doi:10.1177/0730888498025001003.
Leicht KT, Fennell ML. "Institutionalism and the Professions" in the SAGE Handbook of Organizational Institutionalism. In: The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Institutionalism. Sage Publications; 2008:431-448. Available at: