Deservingness and Diversity: Deservingness Opinions among Majority and Minority Groups in Belgium KU Leuven
Public attitudes towards a European minimum income benefit: How (perceived) welfare state performance and expectations shape popular support KU Leuven
The economic crisis and the unequal degree to which it has affected EU member states have fuelled the debate on whether the EU should take responsibility for the living standards of European citizens. The current article contributes to this debate by investigating for the first time public support for an EU-wide minimum income benefit scheme. Through an analysis of data from the European Social Survey 2016, ...
Diferentiated Distributive Justice Preferences? Confgurations of Preferences for Equality, Equity and Need in Three Welfare Domains KU Leuven
Attitudes of Turkish and Moroccan Belgians toward Redistribution and Government Responsibility: The Role of Perceived Discrimination, Generation, and Religious Involvement. KU Leuven
© The Author(s) 2019. This article contributes to the debate about migration’s impact on welfare state support by investigating the welfare opinions of migrants and their descendants. It examines whether experiences of group and individual discrimination explain the welfare attitudes of this group over and beyond classical predictors of self-interest and political ideology. Using survey data from Belgian citizens of Turkish and Moroccan descent, ...
Attitudes towards asylum policy in a divided Europe: Diverging contexts, diverging attitudes? KU Leuven
Economic conditions, group relative deprivation and ethnic threat perceptions: A cross-national perspective KU Leuven
© 2019, © 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Explaining negative attitudes towards immigration in general and threat due to immigration, in particular, has been a major topic of study in recent decades. While intergroup contact has received considerable attention in explaining ethnic threat, group relative deprivation (GRD), that is, feelings that one’s group is unfairly deprived of desirable goods in comparison to ...