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Risks and redistribution: An individual-level analysis
P Rehm
Comparative Political Studies 42 (7), 855-881, 2009
7252009
Risks at work: The demand and supply sides of government redistribution
T Cusack, T Iversen, P Rehm
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 22 (3), 365-389, 2006
6302006
Insecure alliances: Risk, inequality, and support for the welfare state
P Rehm, JS Hacker, M Schlesinger
American political science review 106 (2), 386-406, 2012
4302012
Occupations as a site of political preference formation
H Kitschelt, P Rehm
Comparative Political Studies 47 (12), 1670-1706, 2014
3762014
Social policy by popular demand
P Rehm
World Politics 63 (2), 271-299, 2011
3672011
The economic security index: A new measure for research and policy analysis
JS Hacker, GA Huber, A Nichols, P Rehm, M Schlesinger, R Valletta, ...
Review of Income and Wealth 60, S5-S32, 2014
2882014
Risk inequality and welfare states: Social policy preferences, development, and dynamics
P Rehm
Cambridge University Press, 2016
2602016
The insecure American: Economic experiences, financial worries, and policy attitudes
JS Hacker, P Rehm, M Schlesinger
Perspectives on Politics 11 (1), 23-49, 2013
2532013
New social risk and political preferences
H Kitschelt, P Rehm
The politics of post-industrial welfare states, 70-100, 2007
175*2007
Who gives, who gains? Progressivity and preferences
P Beramendi, P Rehm
Comparative Political Studies 49 (4), 529-563, 2016
165*2016
Party alignments: Change and continuity
H Kitschelt, P Rehm
The politics of advanced capitalism, 179-201, 2015
1252015
Risk inequality and the polarized American electorate
P Rehm
British Journal of Political Science 41 (2), 363-387, 2011
1012011
Economic security at risk
JS Hacker, GA Huber, P Rehm, M Schlesinger, R Valletta
The Rockefeller Foundation, 2010
882010
Work, Family, and Politics: Foundations of Electoral Partisan Alignments in Postindustrial Democracies
H Kitschelt, P Rehm
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, 2005
742005
Citizen support for the welfare state: Determinants of preferences for income redistribution
P Rehm
WZB Markets and Political Economy Working Paper No. SP II 2, 2005
662005
Who supports the welfare state? Determinants of preferences concerning redistribution
P Rehm
Social justice, legitimacy and the welfare state, 47-72, 2007
63*2007
United we stand: Constituency homogeneity and comparative party polarization
P Rehm, T Reilly
Electoral Studies 29 (1), 40-53, 2010
592010
Economic shocks, inequality, and popular support for redistribution
TR Cusack, T Iversen, P Rehm
Democracy, inequality and representation, 203-231, 2008
592008
Secular partisan realignment in the United States: The socioeconomic reconfiguration of white partisan support since the new Deal era
HP Kitschelt, P Rehm
Politics & Society 47 (3), 425-479, 2019
522019
Political Participation
H Kitschelt, P Rehm
Comparative politics, 318-335, 2020
442020
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