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Populism as an Individual-Level Construct Amongst People and Elites

Comparative Politics
Political Psychology
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Steven Van Hauwaert
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Panel Discussant
Christian Schimpf
GESIS, Leibniz

25/08/2018 11:00 - 12:40
Building: VMP 8 Floor: 2 Room: 207
While populism research is booming as of recent, it remains somewhat skewed towards the supply-side. While we know much about populist parties, populist rhetoric and its relationship with democracy, there is much less research about demand-side populism. Yet, most recently, the extant literature provides us with several novel insights into the measurement, operationalisation and origins of populism amongst individuals. This panel builds on these insights and includes a number of papers that each contribute to this particular scholarship.

Paper List

Title Details
How Populist are the Elites? Empirical Findings from Western Europe View Paper Details
Measuring Populists Attitudes: New Wine in an Old Bottle? Or Just Better Wine? View Paper Details
The Nature and Structure of Populist Attitudes View Paper Details
Who are the Populists? An Analysis of Individual-Level Populism Across Continents View Paper Details
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