- Welfare state attitudes and economic integration in the EU, 1992-2002: a multilevel investigation across 24 countries
- Number of pages
- [Leiden]: Faculty of Law, Department of Economics, Leiden University
- Document type
- Faculty of Law (FdR)
This study continues earlier research efforts that investigated the impact of the
European Union (EU) on welfare states by examining the relationship between the
welfare state attitudes of citizens and the economic dimension of European
integration. Two waves from the European and World Values Study (EVS/WVS) are
combined with U CTAD data about EU trade. Multilevel analysis of this dataset
including 67,346 individuals from the EU member states shows that there is a
curvilinear relationship (a reversed U) between welfare state attitudes and economic
integration in the EU.
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