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Political Business Cycles in Australia Elections and Party Ideology

Bill Kolios
2018 Journal of Time Series Econometrics  
How the electorate will react to this behaviour depends on its ability to understand and predict the impact of current policies on future welfare.  ...  In this paper we examine the influence of government ideology and elections on the economy.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Joe Collins, Nikolaos Mylonidis and one anonymous reviewer for their comments on earlier drafts of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1515/jtse-2017-0012 fatcat:p7k3nnrub5dfzefdvrqi7qu6uq

From Economic Crisis to a Crisis of Representation? The Relationship Among Economic Conditions, Ideological Congruence, and Electoral Participation

Rosa M. Navarrete
2021 Frontiers in Political Science  
Research indicates that ideological congruence between citizens and political parties increases the likelihood of turning out to vote.  ...  Findings bear important implications for the relationship between economic conditions and the functioning of modern democracies.  ...  it affects unemployment rates (Marinova and Anduiza 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpos.2021.719180 doaj:9bc4322fd3e94898bc041acf7c492881 fatcat:r2i5uul4tzbjdk4h3zhv7rthpq

Page 450 of The Canadian Review of Sociology Vol. 35, Issue 4 [page]

1998 The Canadian Review of Sociology  
Thus it does not appear from these data that the actual experience of such problems as unemployment and job instability by young adults entering  ...  While the multiplicative term for the interaction between job stability and the success ideology was not in- cluded, it was the final variable eliminated from the equation.  ... 

Public Attitudes toward Welfare State Policies: A Comparative Analysis of 24 Nations

M. Blekesaune
2003 European Sociological Review  
The paper investigates public attitudes toward welfare state policies as a result of both situational, i.e. unemployment, and ideological factors, i.e. egalitarian ideology, at both the individual and  ...  Findings indicate that the nation level is important in shaping public attitudes toward welfare state policies in industrialized nations, and that both situational and ideological factors play a role.  ...  We hypothesize that this may be explained by unemployment at the level of both individuals and nations and by egalitarian ideology, also at the individual and nation level.  ... 
doi:10.1093/esr/19.5.415 fatcat:2lwvxt7lefhspj7ilfrqmm7doq

The Deservingness Heuristic and the Politics of Health Care

Carsten Jensen, Michael Bang Petersen
2016 American Journal of Political Science  
This powerful, implicit effect overrides other opinion factors and produces broad-based support among the public for health care-across levels of selfinterest, media frames, ideological divides, and national  ...  Using a variety of methodologies, we track this fundamental difference between health care and unemployment benefits from the level of implicit processing to the level of political attitudes.  ...  and Petersen 2014) and ideological stereotypes.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ajps.12251 fatcat:jnstspmxsjeqjgyokby76pkf4m

The Political Economy of Risk and Ideology

Matthew Dimick, Daniel Stegmueller
2015 Social Science Research Network  
They often represent preliminary studies and are circulated to encourage discussion. Citation of such a paper should account for its provisional character.  ...  Our model distinguishes the effects of risk aversion from unemployment risk and our evidence sheds light on debates over explanations for the welfare state.  ...  explanations of economic preferences and ideology, but so far it has not been studied directly.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2661858 fatcat:sijz2kj6inbvjluwmlj2ed73je

Where Should the Money Go? A Six-country Comparison of Attitudes toward Spending on Public Pensions and Unemployment Programs

JoEllen Pederson
2013 International Journal of Social Science Studies  
Based on my results, I argue that attitudes toward unemployment and pensions are not the same and cannot be assumed to be.  ...  Using both country-level and individual-level theories and indicators, this paper examines attitudes toward government spending on unemployment and pensions, two of the most expensive welfare state programs  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Jill Quadagno, Karin Brewster, Jason Barbas, Sara Dixon and Deana Rohlinger for comments and suggestions on this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.11114/ijsss.v2i1.240 fatcat:jdahc4csjzc23bgamqspk3x4ra

Conservatives Are Happier than Liberals: the Mediating Role of Perceived Goal Progress and Flow Experience — a Pilot Study

Walid Briki, Lionel Dagot
2020 Current psychology (New Brunswick, N.J.)  
It also aimed at testing the view that contextual threat (operationalized through undesired unemployment) may moderate the relationship between conservatism and the mediators under study.  ...  conservative-SWB gap; and (c) dispositional selfcontrol was highest in conservatives under contextual threat of undesired unemployment.  ...  it.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12144-020-00652-0 fatcat:t74qnwjeordynhoshmv3q43yhy

Dilemmas of citizenship: Young people's conceptions of un/employment rights and responsibilities

Stephen Gibson
2011 British Journal of Social Psychology  
They are discussed in relation to previous research on social policy discourse and recent debates regarding the appropriateness of seeking to identify ideological themes in discourse.  ...  , thereby adopting a primarily individualistic explanation of unemployment.  ...  use given its emphasis on the active nature of the relationship between ideology and discourse.  ... 
doi:10.1348/014466610x520113 pmid:21884544 fatcat:hmkzep6z5jcdza4qzidekagsoi

Relative Unemployment and Gubernatorial Popularity

Jeffrey E. Cohen, James D. King
2004 Journal of Politics  
Joseph Bafumi, Charles Cameron, James Druckman, Robert Erikson, Kathleen Knight, Robert Liberman, Robert Shapiro, Gregory Wawro, participants of the American Politics seminar at Columbia University, and  ...  But the partisan advantage variable keeps its statistical significance and unexpected sign no matter what controls are used. ideology has comparable impacts.  ...  Based upon the OLS results, when state and national unemployment diverge by one standard deviation 16National income cannot be added because of its high correlation with national unemployment, which will  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0022-3816.2004.00299.x fatcat:doeb2xtuxvfltmf3shzzdqxhfy

Corruption and Political View Point of the Governments in Transition Countries EU Members

Damir Piplica
2015 Asian Economic and Financial Review  
This study is one of very few studies which have investigated corruption and its impact to unemployment and inflation, depending on the fact if current government is constituted by left-or right-oriented  ...  On the other hand, more opportunistic and less ideological behaviour of left-and right-wing parties would not create difficulties in achieving of the economic-monetary goal of keeping lower inflation rate  ...  suppression, which eased reducing of the unemployment rate and keeping it on lower level.  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.aefr/2015.5.1/ fatcat:rovih3t5ebddho6pg5lzmysnna

How do Economic Circumstances Determine Preferences? Evidence from Long-run Panel Data

Tom O'Grady
2017 British Journal of Political Science  
Preferences for redistribution and social spending are correlated with income and unemployment risk, but it is unclear how these relationships come about.  ...  Stable long-run preferences are shaped mainly by early socialization, which includes economic and ideological influences from the family, and early labor market experiences.  ...  It may be useful to view the estimated coefficients on parental ideology as an upper bound on the 'pure' ideological transmission of values.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0007123417000242 fatcat:kgimhc2d6zg2pp2ku5l4elvvg4

Page 152 of Journal of Personality Vol. 12, Issue 2 [page]

1943 Journal of Personality  
They are, rather, a consistent and inevitable consequence of the social system and of the ideology of the nineteenth century, which led us to believe that our fate in social space depended exclusively,  ...  However, in the present age, in the face of completely changed conditions (unemployment, for one), it has become an entirely misleading pattern of interpreting personality, contradictory to reality.  ... 

sj-pdf-1-psx-10.1177_00323217211008788 – Supplemental material for Educational Attainment Has a Causal Effect on Economic, But Not Social Ideology: Evidence from Discordant Twins

Stig Hebbelstrup Rye Rasmussen, Aaron Weinschenk, Asbjørn Sonne Nørgaard, Jacob Von Bornemann Hjelmborg, Robert Klemmensen
2021 Figshare  
Rasmussen, Aaron Weinschenk, Asbjørn Sonne Nørgaard, Jacob von Bornemann Hjelmborg and Robert Klemmensen in Political Studies  ...  Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-psx-10.1177_00323217211008788 for Educational Attainment Has a Causal Effect on Economic, But Not Social Ideology: Evidence from Discordant Twins by Stig Hebbelstrup Rye  ...  It is criteria such as "Number of 20-59 year olds without unemployement" and "Number of psychiatric patients".  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.14561027.v1 fatcat:nufv5m4pvbhldl2ce6ewg73lbi

Preferences for European unemployment insurance: a question of economic ideology or EU support? [chapter]

Theresa Kuhn, Francesco Nicoli, Frank Vandenbroucke
2021 Domestic Contestation of the European Union  
We expect economic ideology to interact predominantly with domestic dimensions and EU support to interact predominantly with cross-border dimensions.  ...  Unemployment schemes vary in their generosity, the conditions for support, their impact on taxation, the extent to which they preclude permanent redistribution between countries, and the EU's role in their  ...  Science, December 2018, and the two anonymous reviewers for very helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003168539-4 fatcat:5rbqr3rqxndd7jgissrzgce4ce
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