Title:The politics of credit claiming : rights and recognition in health policy feedback Author(s):BURLACU, Diana; IMMERGUT, Ellen M. ; OSKARSON, Maria; RÖNNERSTRAND, BjörnDate:2018Citation:
- Social policy and administration, 2018, Vol. 52, No. 4, pp. 880-894
Type:ArticleAbstract:Why do governments recognize rights? In this article, we rely on natural experiments and an innovative matching technique to identify a new causal mechanism of policy feedback, which we refer to as the “recognition” effect. ...
Title:Recalibrating social protection : electoral competition and the new partisan politics of the welfare state Author(s):ABOU-CHADI, Tarik; IMMERGUT, Ellen M. Date:2019Citation:
- European journal of political research, 2019, Vol. 58, No. 2, pp. 697-719
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article investigates the new party politics of welfare states with a particular focus on electoral competition. The argument is that welfare state politics are no longer just about more or less, but involve trade-offs ...
Title:Is it unfair for the affluent to be able to purchase 'better' healthcare? : existential standards and institutional norms in healthcare attitudes across 28 countries Author(s):IMMERGUT, Ellen M. ; SCHNEIDER, Simone M.Date:2020Citation:
- Social science & medicine, 2020, Vol. 267, OnlineOnly
Type:ArticleAbstract:Existing research has found that individuals often perceive healthcare inequalities as unfair; yet, there is high variation in unfairness perceptions between countries. This raises the question of whether the institutional ...