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David Weisstanner
David Weisstanner
Assistant professor, Aarhus University
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Comparative Political Data Set
K Armingeon, C Isler, L Knöpfel, D Weisstanner, S Engler
www.cpds-data.org, 2015
1058*2015
How the Euro divides the union: the effect of economic adjustment on support for democracy in Europe
K Armingeon, K Guthmann, D Weisstanner
Socio-Economic Review 14 (1), 1-26, 2016
962016
Choosing the path of austerity: how parties and policy coalitions influence welfare state retrenchment in periods of fiscal consolidation
K Armingeon, K Guthmann, D Weisstanner
West European Politics 39 (4), 628-647, 2016
692016
The threat of social decline: income inequality and radical right support
S Engler, D Weisstanner
Journal of European Public Policy 28 (2), 153-173, 2021
562021
Macroeconomic conditions, inequality shocks and the politics of redistribution, 1990–2013
J Pontusson, D Weisstanner
Journal of European Public Policy 25 (1), 31-58, 2018
512018
Automation and the future of the welfare state: basic income as a response to technological change?
C Dermont, D Weisstanner
Political Research Exchange 2 (1), 1-11, 2020
252020
How redistributive policies reduce market inequality: Education premiums in 22 OECD countries
D Weisstanner, K Armingeon
Socio-Economic Review 18 (3), 839-856, 2020
202020
Wie der Euro Europa spaltet. Die Krise der gemeinsamen Währung und die Entfremdung von der Demokratie in der Europäischen Union
K Armingeon, K Guthmann, D Weisstanner
Politische Vierteljahresschrift 56 (3), 506-531, 2015
202015
Income inequality, status decline and support for the radical right
S Engler, D Weisstanner
The European Social Model under Pressure, 383-400, 2020
152020
Insiders under pressure: Flexibilization at the margins and wage inequality
D Weisstanner
Journal of Social Policy 50 (4), 725-744, 2021
13*2021
Has the middle secured its share of growth or been squeezed?
B Nolan, D Weisstanner
West European Politics 44 (2), 426-438, 2021
72021
The fiscal benefits of repeated cooperation: coalitions and debt dynamics in 36 democracies
D Weisstanner
Journal of Public Policy 37 (2), 143-172, 2017
72017
Politische Voraussetzungen von Austeritätspolitik: Ein internationaler Vergleich von 17 etablierten Demokratien zwischen 1978 und 2009
K Armingeon, K Guthmann, D Weisstanner
Zeitschrift für Staats- und Europawissenschaften 12 (2-3), 242-271, 2014
72014
Occupational social class and earnings inequality in Europe: a comparative assessment
T Goedemé, B Nolan, M Paskov, D Weisstanner
Social Indicators Research 159 (1), 215-233, 2022
6*2022
Objective Conditions Count, Political Beliefs Decide: The Conditional Effects of Self-Interest and Ideology on Redistribution Preferences
K Armingeon, D Weisstanner
Political Studies, 1-14, 2021
62021
Rising income inequality and the relative decline in subjective social status of the working class
B Nolan, D Weisstanner
West European Politics, 1-25, 2022
2*2022
Redistributive preferences: Why actual income is ultimately more important than perceived income
D Weisstanner, K Armingeon
Journal of European Social Policy, 1-13, 2021
22021
Stagnating incomes and preferences for redistribution: The role of absolute and relative experiences
D Weisstanner
European Journal of Political Research, 2022
1*2022
COVID-19 and welfare state support: the case of universal basic income
D Weisstanner
Policy and Society 41 (1), 96-110, 2022
2022
Between-Class Earnings Inequality in 30 European Countries: A Regression-Based Decomposition
T Goedemé, M Paskov, D Weisstanner, B Nolan
Comparative Sociology 20 (6), 741-778, 2021
2021
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