Andreas Wiedemann

Princeton University - Department of Political Science

Assistant Professor

Corwin Hall

Princeton, NJ 08544-1013

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

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208

SSRN CITATIONS

1

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0

Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

A Social Policy Theory of Everyday Borrowing. On the Role of Welfare States and Credit Regimes

Number of pages: 46 Posted: 11 Jul 2019 Last Revised: 21 Jul 2020
Andreas Wiedemann
Princeton University - Department of Political Science
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comparative political economy, household debt, social policy, financial markets

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The Dog-Whistle Politics of Personal Responsibility, Credit, and the American Welfare State

Number of pages: 40 Posted: 06 May 2020 Last Revised: 20 Jul 2020
Andreas Wiedemann and Tess Wise
Princeton University - Department of Political Science and Amherst College
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The Thinning of Social Ties: How Indebtedness Shapes Political Behavior in the Context of Fiscal Austerity

Number of pages: 48
Andreas Wiedemann
Princeton University - Department of Political Science
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political economy, social policy, political behavior, household debt

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Household Balance Sheets and Social Policy Preferences: New Survey Evidence

MIT Political Science Department Research Paper No. 2017-27
Posted: 09 Oct 2017
University of Copenhagen - Department of Political Science and Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen, Department of Economics, Students, University of Copenhagen - Department of Economics and Princeton University - Department of Political Science

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social policy, ecoomic, capital markets, policy, policies, balance sheets

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Easy Credit as Social Safety Net? How Interest Rate Changes Affect US Social Policies

MIT Political Science Department Research Paper No. 2015-10
Posted: 26 Apr 2015
Andreas Wiedemann
Princeton University - Department of Political Science

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political economy, household debt, interest rates, credit, mortgage market, social policy, unemployment generosity, US States, welfare state, instrumental variable, TSCS data