Matthias Enggist
Matthias Enggist
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Economic grievances and political protest
T Kurer, S Häusermann, B Wüest, M Enggist
European Journal of Political Research 58 (3), 866-892, 2019
242019
Macarena Ares, and Matthias Enggist (2019a).‘Class and social policy in the knowledge economy’
S Häusermann, M Pinggera
Manuscript (CES Madrid 2019), 0
4
Macarena Ares, Michael Pinggera, and Matthias Enggist (2018).‘What counts
S Häusermann
Social policy priorities of citizens in Europe’, Working paper presented at …, 2018
32018
Macarena Ares, and Matthias Enggist (2019b).‘The Limits of Solidarity. Changing welfare coalitions in a transforming European party system’
S Häusermann, M Pinggera
Manuscript (CES Madrid 2019), 0
3
The Limits of Solidarity. Changing welfare coalitions in a transforming European party system
S Häusermann, M Pinggera, M Ares, M Enggist
Working Paper, 2019
22019
Sozialpolitik in Hard Times
S Häusermann, M Enggist, M Pinggera
Handbuch Sozialpolitik, 33-54, 2019
22019
Radical Right Parties and their Welfare State Stances–Not so blurry after all
M Enggist, M Pinggera
Manuscript, 2020
12020
Cross-pressured Parties: Position-blurring in Twodimensional Welfare Politics
M Enggist, M Pinggera
Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association (APSA …, 2019
12019
Class and social policy in the knowledge economy
S Häusermann, M Pinggera, M Ares, M Enggist
12019
9 Diffusion of Protest
B Wüest, M Enggist
Contention in Times of Crisis: Recession and Political Protest in Thirty …, 2020
2020
Welfare Chauvinism–Who Cares?
M Enggist
2019
PolDem–Protest Event Dataset 30
H Kriesi, B Wüest, J Lorenzini, P Makarov, M Enggist, K Rothenhäusler, ...
2018
Mass public attitudes on social policy priorities and reforms in Western Europe. WELFAREPRIORITIES dataset 2020.
S Häusermann, M Ares, M Enggist, M Pinggera
Attitudinal constraint in welfare priorities: Political interest and welfare publics
M Ares, M Enggist, S Häusermann, M Pinggera
What counts? Survey designs to measure citizens’ social policy priorities comparatively
S Häusermann, M Ares, M Enggist, M Pinggera
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