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The politics of social status: economic and cultural roots of the populist right.
This paper explores the factors that have recently increased support for candidates and causes of the populist right across the developed democracies, especially among a core group of working-class… Expand
Varieties of Populism: Literature Review and Research Agenda
In recent years, populism has attracted considerable interest from social scientists and political commentators. Yet the term ‘populism’ remains both widely used and widely contested. It has been… Expand
Intergroup Behavioral Strategies as Contextually Determined: Experimental Evidence from Israel
Why are the negative effects of social diversity more pronounced in some places than in others? What are the mechanisms underlying the relationship between diversity and discriminatory behaviors, and… Expand
How Ideology , Economics and Institutions Shape Affective Polarization in Democratic Polities
While many studies analyze affective polarization in the US public, i.e., partisan voters’ tendencies to dislike the out-party, we lack comparative knowledge about the factors that intensify… Expand
Multiple Traditions in Populism Research: Toward a Theoretical Synthesis
This contribution to the APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter provides an introduction to the conceptualization of populism. As we explain, there are three main traditions in populism research:… Expand
Who Passes Business ’ s “ Model Bills ” ? Policy Capacity and Corporate Influence in
Which policymakers are most likely to enact legislation drafted by organized business interests? Departing from the business power scholarship that emphasizes structural, electoral, or financial… Expand
Populism as a Problem of Social Integration
We argue that support for parties of the radical right and left can usefully be understood as a problem of social integration—an approach that brings together economic and cultural explanations for… Expand
Exclusion and Cooperation in Diverse Societies: Experimental Evidence from Israel
It is well-established that in diverse societies, certain groups prefer to exclude other groups from power and often from society entirely. Yet as many societies are diversifying at an increasingly… Expand
Do changes in material circumstances drive support for populist radical parties? Panel data evidence from The Netherlands during the Great Recession, 2007–2015
Political developments since the 2008 financial crisis have sparked renewed interest in the electoral implications of economic downturns. Research describes a correlation between adverse economic… Expand
Center-Right Political Parties in Advanced Democracies
This review proposes a comparative research agenda on center-right parties in advanced democracies, bringing together research in American and comparative politics. Political scientists have recent...