Insecurities, policies and far right party support - Tim Vlandas

Tim Vlandas discusses "Insecurities, policies, and far right party support" in his plenary talk at the Fourth International Conference on Public Policy, in Montreal, Canada. 

 

 

Biography

Tim Vlandas is Associate Professor of Comparative Social Policy and a fellow of St Antony’s College at Oxford University. He has published widely on the relationship between electoral politics, public policies and economic outcomes, and received scholarly awards from the European Network for Social Policy Analysis and the American Political Science Association.

 

References

Halikiopoulou , D. and Vlandas , T. 2015) The Rise of the Far Right in Debtor and Creditor European Countries: The Case of European Parliament Elections. The Political Quarterly. Volume 86, Issue 2, April June 2015, Pages 279 288.

 

Halikiopoulou , D. and Vlandas , T. (2016) Risks, Costs and Labour Markets: Explaining Cross‐National Patterns of Far Right Party Success in European Parliament Elections. Journal of Common Market Studies , volume 54, Issue 3, pages 636 655.

 

Vlandas , T. and Halikiopoulou , D. (2018) Does unemployment matter? Economic insecurity, labour market policies and the far right vote in Europe. European Political Science, online first.

 

Halikiopoulou , D. and Vlandas , T. (2019) What is new and what is nationalist about Europe’s new nationalism? Explaining the rise of the far right in Europe. Nations and Nationalism , Volume25, Issue2, April 2019, Pages 409 434.

 

Halikiopoulou , D. and Vlandas , T. 2018) Far right and welfare state policies. Conference paper, 2018 European Social Policy Network Association Conf.

 

Vlandas , T. and Halikiopoulou , D. 2018) The winning anti immigration coalition: Concerns over the economic and cultural impact of immigration and far right party success in Europe, 2018 American Political Science Association Conf.

 

Vlandas , T. Giani , M. and Halikiopoulou , D. (2019) Not all insecurities feed the far right equally: Terrorism, economic insecurity and cultural concerns. Work in progress.