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Andreas Wiedemann
Andreas Wiedemann
Assistant Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University
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Indebted Societies: Credit and Welfare in Rich Democracies
A Wiedemann
Cambridge University Press, 2021
342021
How credit markets substitute for welfare states and influence social policy preferences: evidence from US states
A Wiedemann
British Journal of Political Science 52 (2), 829-849, 2022
232022
A Social Policy Theory of Everyday Borrowing: On the Role of Welfare States and Credit Regimes
A Wiedemann
American Journal of Political Science, 2021
132021
Credit-driven and consumption-led growth models in the United States and United Kingdom
A Reisenbichler, A Wiedemann
Diminishing returns: the new politics of growth and stagnation, 213-37, 2022
112022
The electoral consequences of household indebtedness under austerity
A Wiedemann
American Journal of Political Science, 2022
102022
The Anxiety of Precarity
K Thelen, A Wiedemann
Who Gets What?: The New Politics of Insecurity, 281, 2021
10*2021
Household Balance Sheets and Social Policy Preferences: New Survey Evidence
JG Hariri, DD Lassen, AS Jensen, A Wiedemann
MIT Political Science Department Research Paper No. 2017-27, 2017
42017
Indebted societies: modern labor markets, social policy, and everyday borrowing
AB Wiedemann
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018
22018
Forthcoming. Indebted Societies: Credit and Welfare in Rich Democracies
A Wiedemann
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 0
2
Redistributive Politics Under Spatial Inequality
A Wiedemann
Journal of Politics, 2024
12024
Cross-National Support for the Welfare State Under Wealth Inequality
AS Jensen, A Wiedemann
Comparative Political Studies 56 (13), 1959-1995, 2023
12023
The Political Origins of Household Indebtedness: On the Role of Welfare States and Credit Regimes
A Wiedemann
32nd Annual Meeting, 2020
12020
The financial lives of families. How credit regimes and welfare states shape household indebtedness
A Wiedemann
European Political Science Association, 2019
12019
How the Geographic Clustering of Young and Highly-Educated Voters Undermines Redistributive Politics
T O'Grady, A Wiedemann
Journal of Politics, 2024
2024
The Life-Cycle of Delegated Welfare
A Wiedemann, T Wise
Available at SSRN 4548954, 2023
2023
Electoral Constraints on Affordable Housing
H Hilbig, A Wiedemann
OSF Preprints. July 21, 2023
2023
How Welfare and Credit Regimes Shape Economic Policies During Times of Crisis: The Case of Covid-19
ML Laprise, A Wiedemann
Available at SSRN 4462935, 2023
2023
Indebted societies: how private borrowing has become a substitute for social policy in rich democracies
A Wiedemann
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog, 2021
2021
Easy Credit as Social Safety Net? How Interest Rate Changes Affect US Social Policies
A Wiedemann
Easy Credit as Social Safety Net? How Interest Rate Changes Affect US Social …, 2016
2016
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