For this interdisciplinary workshop, we invite empirical contributions (full papers preferred) that examine how perceptions of socio-economic factors shape redistributive or other policy attitudes, preferably relying on longitudinal and/or experimental studies. Junior scholars are encouraged to apply and might also present research designs or ideas for survey experiments in a designated session. Topics may include – but are not limited to – (mis-)perceptions of inequality, migration, labor markets, education, and their consequences for policy preferences or party support/voting behavior.
Emanuele Ciani (OECD) and Jonathan Mijs (Harvard University, Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Please send your submission until 28 March 2021. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by 9 April 2021. Presenters must register by 16 April 2021 and may be asked to discuss another paper. Young researchers are particularly encouraged to send their submission. At this stage, we are planning a digital workshop.
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