Political Research Exchange

Economic Attitudes and Values

Comparative Politics
 
Globalisation
 
Political Economy
 
Panel Number
P088
Panel Chair
Kathleen Dowley
SUNY New Paltz
Panel Discussant
Eric Belanger
McGill University
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Time
28/08/2015 09:00
Location
Building: Jean-Brillant Floor: Basement Room: B-0325
Abstract
Papers within this panel examine how globalisation, social milieus and social structure (in particular social class and income inequality) influence economic attitudes and values, and in addition perceived political efficacy.

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Economic Globalization, Income Inequality, and Political Efficacy, 1970-2008 View Paper Details
More than Meets the Eye? Demand for Redistribution under Incomplete Information View Paper Details
Why Do the Less Educated Oppose Trade Openness? A Test of Three Explanations in the Netherlands View Paper Details
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