Political Leaders´ Characteristics, Voters´ Preferences, and Fiscal Policy

Die vorliegende Arbeit lässt sich in zwei Teile gliedern. Im ersten Teil wird die Beziehung zwischen der sozioökonomischen Herkunft politischer Entscheidungsträger und der fiskal- und wirtschaftspolitischen Performanz der Regierungen, die sie leiten, empirisch untersucht. Grundlage des zweiten Teils...

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title Political Leaders´ Characteristics, Voters´ Preferences, and Fiscal Policy
spellingShingle Political Leaders´ Characteristics, Voters´ Preferences, and Fiscal Policy
public debt
Fiskalpolitik
leadership
Kollektiventscheidung
socioeconomic status
Finanzpolitik
Politische Ökonomie
Wirtschaft
debt brake
fiscal policy
This doctoral thesis consists of two parts. In the first part, the relationship between political leaders’ socioeconomic characteristics and states´ fiscal and economic performances is empirically analyzed. In the second part, the public’s attitudes toward several topics in fiscal policy are evaluated utilizing data from a representative survey of the German population.
Neumeier, Florian
title_short Political Leaders´ Characteristics, Voters´ Preferences, and Fiscal Policy
title_full Political Leaders´ Characteristics, Voters´ Preferences, and Fiscal Policy
title_fullStr Political Leaders´ Characteristics, Voters´ Preferences, and Fiscal Policy
title_full_unstemmed Political Leaders´ Characteristics, Voters´ Preferences, and Fiscal Policy
title_sort Political Leaders´ Characteristics, Voters´ Preferences, and Fiscal Policy
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Fiskalpolitik
leadership
Kollektiventscheidung
socioeconomic status
Finanzpolitik
Politische Ökonomie
Wirtschaft
debt brake
fiscal policy
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title_alt Studien zur Fiskalpolitik: Die Interessen politischer Entscheidungsträger und der Wähler
description Die vorliegende Arbeit lässt sich in zwei Teile gliedern. Im ersten Teil wird die Beziehung zwischen der sozioökonomischen Herkunft politischer Entscheidungsträger und der fiskal- und wirtschaftspolitischen Performanz der Regierungen, die sie leiten, empirisch untersucht. Grundlage des zweiten Teils bildet eine repräsentative Bevölkerungsbefragung, in welcher die Einstellungen der deutschen Bevölkerung zu verschiedenen finanzpolitischen Themen analysiert werden.
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contents This doctoral thesis consists of two parts. In the first part, the relationship between political leaders’ socioeconomic characteristics and states´ fiscal and economic performances is empirically analyzed. In the second part, the public’s attitudes toward several topics in fiscal policy are evaluated utilizing data from a representative survey of the German population.
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