Immigration and the Political Sustainability of the Welfare State
The main aim of the project is to improve our understanding of the impact of immigration on the political sustainability of the welfare state.
In one part of the project we examine the political sustainability by exploring the relationship between voters' anti-immigrant sentiments and their welfare state preferences.
In the second part of the project we examine the political sustainability by exploring the impact of immigration on voting and the generosity of the welfare state.
More information and a list of publications can be found in The Project Databank (the Norwegian Research Council).
|Henning Finseraas Research Professor||PhD||+47 482 83 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Axel West Pedersen Research Professor||PhD||+47 979 69 email@example.com|
|Magnus Bergli Rasmussen Senior Research Fellow||PhD||+47 995 17 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Andreas Kotsadam (Frischsenteret)|
|Ann-Helén Bay (Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus)|
- Henning Finseraas & Andreas Kotsadam (2017). Does personal contact with ethnic minorities affect anti-immigrant sentiments? Evidence from a field experiment. European Journal of Political Research. 56, s 703- 722
- Kristian Kjærgaard Hansen & Carsten Jensen (2017). Politized coalitions : Social affinity and the politics of redistribution. Comparative European Politics.
- Ann-Helen Bay; Henning Finseraas & Axel West Pedersen (2016). Welfare Nationalism and Popular Support for Raising the Child Allowance: Evidence from a Norwegian Survey Experiment. Scandinavian Political Studies. 39, s 482- 494