Does the opening of a refugee centre impact the support for the extreme right? | Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski
Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski is a Ph.D. student from Paris School of Economics and the university Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne in 2021. She is an applied microeconomist who studies migration economics and political economy using a variety of econometric designs and a wide range of data, from administrative employer-employee data to survey data and big data. Her research notably sheds light on the economic and political drivers and consequences of attitudes toward immigration. In that framework, she studies the impact of the refugee migration on the vote for the far-right in France in her paper “When is Contact Effective? Evidence on Refugee Hosting and Far-Right Support in France”, which she presents for this edition of Economics for everybody.
Original title: When is Contact Effective? Evidence on Refugee Hosting and Far-Right Support in France
Author: Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski
Published in : Paris School of Economics Working Paper. No. halshs-02982827.
Available in PDF : “When is Contact Effective? Evidence on Refugee Hosting and Far-Right Support in France” (PDF - 9,77 Mo)
Original title: Rival Guests or Defiant Hosts? The Local Economic Impact of Hosting Refugees
Authors: Cyprien Batut and Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski
Published in: Journal of Economic Geography
Available via: https://academic.oup.com/joeg/article-abstract/22/2/327/6413696
Original title: Media Coverage of Immigration and the Polarization of Attitudes
Authors: Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski and Jérôme Valette
Published in: Paris School of Economics Working Paper No. halshs-03322229.
Available in PDF: “Media Coverage of Immigration and the Polarization of Attitudes” (PDF - 5,09 Mo)
* This presentation is part of the new Economics for everybody formula.