Articles by Robert A. Huber

April 25, 2023

🔮 Why the two-dimensional policy space is key to understanding populist parties

Robert A. Huber
Populism is often considered to be high among parties with strong anti-immigration positions or Euroscepticism. Robert A. Huber, Michael Jankowski and Christina-Marie Juen argue that not the general left-right position of parties affects their level of populism but that collectivist positions on the parties’ salient issue dimension are crucial
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Robert A. Huber
Lecturer in Comparative Politics, University of Reading

Robert is interested in understanding how populism and climate change exert pressure on liberal democratic governance.

He tweets @Robert_A_Huber

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