5.6.4 Οικονομική Κρίση και Λαϊκισμός

Βιβλιογραφία

Acemoglou D. (2008) Political Economy of Institutions and Development: Lecture 1, available at: web.mit.edu/14.773/www/2003%20Class%20notes.pdf.

Chwieroth J., Walter A. (2013) Banking crises and political survival over the long run – why Great Expectations matter, VoxEu.org, 10 May.

Funke M., Schularick M., Trebesch C. (2015) The political aftermath of financial crises: Going to extremes, VoxEu.org, 21 November.

Herrera H., Ordoñez G., Trebesch C. (2014) Political Booms, Financial Crises, NBER Working Paper No. 20346.

Inglehart R.F., Norris P. (2016) Trump, Brexit, and the Rise of Populism: Economic Have-Nots and Cultural Backlash, Harvard Kennedy School Research Working Paper Series, August, RWP16-026.Mudde, Cas. 2004. ‘The Populist Zeitgeist’, Government and Opposition, Vol. 39 (4), pp. 542–563.

Mudde C. (2013) The 2012 Stein Rokkan Lecture: Three Decades of Populist Radical Right Parties in Western Europe: So What?,  European Journal of Political Research, 52(1): 1-19.

Trebbi F., Mian A., Sufi A. (2012) Political constraints in the aftermath of financial crises, VoxEu.org, 21 February.

 

Further Reading List

Brockhoff S., Krieger T., Mierrieks D. (2012Looking Back on Anger: Explaining the Social Origins of Left-Wing and Nationalist-Separatist Terrorism in Western Europe, 1970-2007, CESifo Working Paper No. 3789.

De Bromhead A., Eichengreen B., O’ Rourke H.K. (2012) Right-wing political extremism in the Great Depression.

Pryke S. (2012) Economic Nationalism: Theory, History and Prospects, Global Policy, Volume 3, Issue 3, pages 281–291, September.