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Thomas Kurer
Thomas Kurer
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High-skilled outsiders? Labor market vulnerability, education and welfare state preferences
S Häusermann, T Kurer, H Schwander
Socio-Economic Review 13 (2), 235-258, 2015
2472015
The declining middle: Occupational change, social status, and the populist right
T Kurer
Comparative Political Studies 53 (10-11), 1798-1835, 2020
237*2020
Economic grievances and political protest
T Kurer, S Häusermann, B Wüest, M Enggist
European Journal of Political Research 58 (3), 866-892, 2019
1292019
The politics of trade-offs: Studying the dynamics of welfare state reform with conjoint experiments
S Häusermann, T Kurer, D Traber
Comparative political studies 52 (7), 1059-1095, 2019
1062019
Shrinking and shouting: the political revolt of the declining middle in times of employment polarization
T Kurer, B Palier
Research & Politics 6 (1), 2053168019831164, 2019
1042019
Sharing the risk? Households, labor market vulnerability, and social policy preferences in Western Europe
S Häusermann, T Kurer, H Schwander
The journal of politics 78 (4), 1045-1060, 2016
922016
Automation, digitalization, and artificial intelligence in the workplace: implications for political behavior
A Gallego, T Kurer
Annual Review of Political Science 25, 463-484, 2022
742022
Distributional consequences of technological change: Worker-level evidence
T Kurer, A Gallego
Research & Politics 6 (1), 2053168018822142, 2019
742019
Neither left behind nor superstar: ordinary winners of digitalization at the ballot box
A Gallego, T Kurer, N Schöll
The Journal of Politics 84 (1), 418-436, 2022
52*2022
Disappointed expectations: Downward mobility and electoral change
T Kurer, B Van Staalduinen
American Political Science Review 116 (4), 1340-1356, 2022
402022
Economic risk within the household and voting for the radical right
T Abou-Chadi, T Kurer
World Politics 73 (3), 482-511, 2021
342021
Participation in hard times: how constrained government depresses turnout among the highly educated
S Häusermann, T Kurer, B Wüest
West European Politics 41 (2), 448-471, 2018
342018
Insider–outsider representation and social democratic labor market policy
R Bürgisser, T Kurer
Socio-Economic Review 19 (3), 1065-1094, 2021
28*2021
AutomationRisk, SocialPolicyPreferences, andPoliticalParticipation
T Kurer, S Hausermann
Digitalization and the welfare state, 139, 2022
162022
The emergence of knowledge economies: Educational expansion, labor market changes, and the politics of social investment
JL Garritzmann, S Häusermann, T Kurer, B Palier, M Pinggera
152022
Poldem-protest dataset 30 European countries
H Kriesi, B Wüest, J Lorenzini, P Makarov, M Enggist, K Rothenhäusler, ...
Version, 2020
152020
Transformation of the left. The myth of voter losses to the radical right
S Häusermann, H Kitschelt, T Abou-Chadi, M Ares, D Bischof, T Kurer, ...
Democracy And Human Rights. Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2021
132021
Automation and Social Policy: Which Policies do At-risk Workers Supporters
T Kurer, S Häusermann
Welfare priorities Working Paper Series, 2, 2021
122021
Aspiration versus apprehension: Economic opportunities and electoral preferences
S Häusermann, T Kurer, D Zollinger
British Journal of Political Science 53 (4), 1230-1251, 2023
112023
Economic grievances, political grievances, and protest
H Kriesi, W Chendi, T Kurer, S HAUSERMANN
Cambridge University Press, 2020
82020
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