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16 Dec 19

Do immigrants make us (Europeans) less supportive of redistribution?

Authors: Rapoport Hillel.

Abstract: Does immigration make Europeans less supportive of redistribution policies and will it, eventually, threaten the future of our generous welfare systems? It is well known that private generosity (i.e., charity) manifests itself mostly within the boundaries of one’s own social, ethnic or religious group. The same seems to hold for public generosity (i.e., welfare) (...)

Reference: RAPOPORT Hillel. Do immigrants make us (Europeans) less supportive of redistribution? LISER, 2019, Policy Brief n°1, 4 p.

Keywords:
immigrants,
redistribution,
anti-redistribution,
Europeans