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David Hope
David Hope
Associate Professor in Political Economy, Department of Political Economy, King's College London
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The Eurozone and political economic institutions
T Iversen, D Soskice, D Hope
Annual review of political science 19, 163-185, 2016
1912016
Growth models, varieties of capitalism, and macroeconomics
D Hope, D Soskice
Politics & Society 44 (2), 209-226, 2016
1662016
The Economic Consequences of Major Tax Cuts for the Rich
D Hope, J Limberg
Socio-Economic Review, 2022
1142022
Understanding the determinants of penal policy: Crime, culture, and comparative political economy
N Lacey, D Soskice, D Hope
Annual Review of Criminology 1, 195-217, 2018
1012018
The transition to the knowledge economy, labor market institutions, and income inequality in advanced democracies
D Hope, A Martelli
World Politics 71 (2), 236-288, 2019
702019
Estimating the effect of the EMU on current account balances: A synthetic control approach
D Hope
European Journal of Political Economy 44, 20-40, 2016
472016
Skill-biased liberalization: Germany’s transition to the knowledge economy
S Diessner, N Durazzi, D Hope
Politics & Society 50 (1), 117-155, 2022
352022
The Knowledge Economy and Taxes on the Rich
D Hope, J Limberg
Journal of European Public Policy, 2021
202021
The political economy of growth models and macroeconomic imbalances in advanced democracies
D Hope
London School of Economics and Political Science, 2016
52016
Why do (some) ordinary Americans support tax cuts for the rich? Evidence from a randomised survey experiment
D Hope, J Limberg, N Weber
European Journal of Political Economy 78, 102349, 2023
22023
Rethinking Institutional Complementarities: German Manufacturing in the Knowledge Economy
N Durazzi, S Diessner, D Hope
31st Annual Meeting, 2019
22019
Household education gaps and gender role attitudes
M Giani, D Hope, ØS Skorge
Political Science Research and Methods 10 (4), 823-830, 2022
12022
Why Do (Some) Ordinary Americans Support Tax Cuts for the Rich? Evidence From a Randomized Survey Experiment
D Hope, J Limberg, N Weber
Evidence From a Randomized Survey Experiment (August 17, 2021), 2021
12021
Reshaping skills, industrial relations and social protection for the knowledge economy: evidence from Germany
S Diessner, N Durazzi, D Hope
European University Institute, 2020
12020
Labour market institutions still matter in the knowledge economy
D Hope, A Martelli
LSE Business Review, 2018
12018
The ICT Revolution and Preferences for Taxing Top Earners
D Hope, J Limberg, N Weber
Journal of European Public Policy, 2024
2024
Technological Change and Preferences for Redistribution
D Hope, J Limberg, NS Weber
SocArXiv. February 19, 2023
2023
Technological change, task complexity, and preferences for redistribution
D Hope, J Limberg, N Weber
ifo Working Paper, 2023
2023
The Transition to the Knowledge Economy As Skill-Biased Institutional Change
S Diessner, N Durazzi, D Hope
34th Annual Meeting, 2022
2022
There is a growing skill bias in the labour market institutions and welfare states of advanced democracies
S Diessner, N Durazzi, D Hope
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog, 2021
2021
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