Konstantinos Matakos
Konstantinos Matakos
Full Professor of Economics. Quantitative Political Economy Group. King's College London
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Does exposure to the refugee crisis make natives more hostile?
D Hangartner, E Dinas, M Marbach, K Matakos, D Xefteris
American political science review 113 (2), 442-455, 2019
Waking up the golden dawn: does exposure to the refugee crisis increase support for extreme-right parties?
E Dinas, K Matakos, D Xefteris, D Hangartner
Political analysis 27 (2), 244-254, 2019
Electoral rule disproportionality and platform polarization
K Matakos, O Troumpounis, D Xefteris
American Journal of Political Science 60 (4), 1026-1043, 2016
Covid-19 and people's health-wealth preferences: information effects and policy implications
SP Hargreaves Heap, C Koop, K Matakos, A Unan, N Weber
Available at SSRN 3605003, 2020
Divide and rule: redistribution in a model with differentiated candidates
K Matakos, D Xefteris
Economic Theory 63, 867-902, 2017
Electoral institutions and intraparty cohesion
K Matakos, R Savolainen, O Troumpounis, J Tukiainen, D Xefteris
VATT Institute for Economic Research Working Papers 109, 2018
Electoral spillovers in an intertwined world: Brexit effects on the 2016 Spanish vote
A Delis, K Matakos, D Xefteris
British Journal of Political Science 50 (3), 1169-1174, 2020
Electoral rules, strategic entry and polarization
D Bol, K Matakos, O Troumpounis, D Xefteris
Journal of Public Economics 178, 104065, 2019
“Take back control”? The effects of supranational integration on party-system polarization
N Konstantinidis, K Matakos, H Mutlu-Eren
The Review of International Organizations 14 (2), 297-333, 2019
Turnout and polarization under alternative electoral systems
K Matakos, O Troumpounis, D Xefteris
The political economy of governance. Springer International Publishing, 335-362, 2015
Valuating health vs wealth: The effect of information and how this matters for COVID-19 policymaking
SPH Heap, C Koop, K Matakos, A Unan, N Weber
Article, VoxEU. org, 2020
Economic insecurity and political stability: a case for growth-targeting systemic vote
K Matakos, D Xefteris
Oxford Economic Papers 72 (3), 829-862, 2020
Diversity without adversity? Ethnic bias towards refugees in a co-religious society
A Getmansky
International Studies Quarterly, 2023
Election note: The September 20, 2015 parliamentary election in Greece
K Matakos, D Xefteris
Strategic electoral rule choice under uncertainty
K Matakos, D Xefteris
Public Choice 162, 329-350, 2015
“Dragon boating” alone? Community ties and systemic income shocks
K Matakos, D Minos, A Perdana, E Radin
Journal of International Development 34 (1), 55-81, 2021
Refugee Migration and the Politics of Redistribution: Do Supply and Demand Meet?
K Matakos, R Savolainen, J Tukiainen
Aboa Center for Economics, Discussion Paper, 2020
When extremes meet: Redistribution in a multiparty model with differentiated parties
K Matakos, D Xefteris
Journal of Theoretical Politics 29 (4), 546-577, 2017
Citizens or clients? Evidence on opportunistic voting from a natural experiment in Greece
K Matakos, D Xefteris
Political Science Research and Methods 4 (3), 493-531, 2016
Good news reduces trust in government and its efficacy: The case of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine announcement
SP Hargreaves Heap, C Koop, K Matakos, A Unan, N Weber
Plos one 16 (12), e0260216, 2021
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