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Monitoring International Integration

MII1: Europe's Trust Deficit: Causes and Remedies

This first report in the Monitoring International Integration series identifies economic and social characteristics associated with Europe’s growing trust deficit in some EU countries, as well as factors associated with support for non-mainstream political parties and movements labelled as 'anti-EU'.

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dustmann, c, B Eichengreen, and S Otten (2017), “Populism and the problem of trust“, in A Sapir, G Tabellini and G Zoega (eds), MII1: Europe's Trust Deficit: Causes and Remedies, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/populism-and-problem-trust

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dustmann, c, B Eichengreen, and S Otten (2017), “Review of empirical literature“, in A Sapir, G Tabellini and G Zoega (eds), MII1: Europe's Trust Deficit: Causes and Remedies, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/review-empirical-literature

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dustmann, c, B Eichengreen, and S Otten (2017), “Attitudes of populist voters“, in A Sapir, G Tabellini and G Zoega (eds), MII1: Europe's Trust Deficit: Causes and Remedies, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/attitudes-populist-voters

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dustmann, c, B Eichengreen, and S Otten (2017), “Populism, trust in political institutions and European integration“, in A Sapir, G Tabellini and G Zoega (eds), MII1: Europe's Trust Deficit: Causes and Remedies, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/populism-trust-political-institutions-and-european-integration

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dustmann, c, B Eichengreen, and S Otten (2017), “Policy implications“, in A Sapir, G Tabellini and G Zoega (eds), MII1: Europe's Trust Deficit: Causes and Remedies, CEPR Press, London. https://cepr.org/chapters/policy-implications-1