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      The COVID-crisis as an opportunity for welfare recalibration? Panel-data evidence on the effect of the COVID-crisis on welfare preferences in Spain, Germany, and Sweden

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            To what extent do personal circumstances, as compared to ideological dispositions, drive voters’ preferences on welfare policy? Addressing this question is difficult because a person's ideological position can be an outcome of material interest rather than an independent source of preferences. The article deals with this empirical challenge using an original panel study carried out over four years, tracking the labor market experiences and the political attitudes of a national sample of Americans before and after the eruption of the financial crisis. The analysis shows that the personal experience of economic hardship, particularly the loss of a job, had a major effect on increasing support for welfare spending. This effect was appreciably larger among Republicans than among Democrats, a result that was not simply due to a “ceiling effect.” However the large attitudinal shift was short lived, dissipating as individuals’ employment situations improved. The results indicate that the personal experience of an economic shock has a sizable, yet overall transient effect on voters’ social policy preferences.
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              A gendered pandemic: Childcare, homeschooling, and parents' employment during COVID‐19

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                Journal
                Journal of European Public Policy
                Journal of European Public Policy
                Informa UK Limited
                1350-1763
                1466-4429
                December 02 2022
                September 01 2022
                December 02 2022
                : 29
                : 12
                : 2007-2021
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                [1 ]Department of Political Science, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
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                10.1080/13501763.2022.2116081
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