Deservingness, self-interest and the welfare state: Why some care more about deservingness than others and why It matters
A common assumption in political economy is that voters are self-regarding maximizers of material goods, choosing their preferred level of social spending accordingly. In contrast, students of American social policy have emphasized the key role of an other-regarding motive that makes support for soc...
|Main Author:||Cavaillé, Charlotte|
|Place of publication:||
Luxembourg Luxembourg Income Study (LIS) 2015
|published in:||LIS Working Paper Series Vol. 652|
|Data of publication:||2015|
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