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The Politics of Economic Adjustment in a Liberal Market Economy: the Social Compensation Hypothesis Revisited

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  • Niamh Hardiman

    (School of Politics & International Relations, University College Dublin)

  • Patrick Murphy

    (School of Mathematical Sciences, University College Dublin)

  • Orlaith Burke

    (PhD Candidate, School of Mathematical Sciences, University College Dublin)

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  • Niamh Hardiman & Patrick Murphy & Orlaith Burke, 2008. "The Politics of Economic Adjustment in a Liberal Market Economy: the Social Compensation Hypothesis Revisited," Working Papers 200806, Geary Institute, University College Dublin.
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    1. Balcells Ventura Laia, 2006. "Trade Openness and Preferences for Redistribution: A Cross-National Assessment of the Compensation Hypothesis," Business and Politics, De Gruyter, vol. 8(2), pages 1-52, August.
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    1. Niamh Hardiman & Patrick Murphy & Orlaith Burke, 2008. "Legitimating Fiscal Stabilization: Ireland in Comparative Perspective," Working Papers 200813, Geary Institute, University College Dublin.

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