Attitudes Toward Welfare, Inequality and Taxation in Cross-National Perspective
This project is a collaboration between the Shanker Institute and the Polish Academy of Sciences. The purpose is to submit a research grant proposal for a longitudinal analysis of attitudes toward redistributive policies, inequality and progressive taxation, with a particular focus on post-Communist Poland.
The preliminary results from one part of this project were presented at the midterm conference of the European Sociological Association (RN 36) in October 2014 in Gdansk, Poland, and then at the summer conference of the Social Stratification and Mobility section (RC28) of the International Sociological Association in August 2015 in Philadelphia, PA.
Related project publications
- Wysienska-Di Carlo, Kinga, and Di Carlo, Matthew. 2014. Attitudes towards redistribution and the welfare state in Poland. Warsaw: Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences.
- Wysienska-Di Carlo, Kinga, and Di Carlo, Matthew. Attitudes Toward Education And Hard Work In Post-Communist Poland. Shanker Blog, 3 October 2014.
- Wysienska-Di Carlo, Kinga, and Di Carlo, Matthew. Do Attitudes Toward Taxation Change When Economic Situations Change? Evidence From Poland. Shanker Blog, 1 December 2014.