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The Effect of Trade and Economic Policies of States on Protest Intensity. Cross-Country Analysis

ФИО студента: Burzaeva Aleksandra

Руководитель: Alla Tambovtseva

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Social Sciences

Программа: Political Science (Bachelor)

Оценка: 10

Год защиты: 2020

This paper examines the impact of trade and economic policies of States on the level of protest intensity in them. The research tested hypotheses about whether trade open policy, stimulating fiscal and stimulating monetary policies actually lead to a decrease in the level of protest intensity in States. The main assumption of this study was that the effect of trade and economic policies on the level of protest intensity occurs through the level of economic inequality of the population. Using network analysis and regression analysis with mediation analysis, it was found that trade open policy have a direct effect on the level of protest intensity and contribute to its reduction, and stimulating fiscal and monetary policies lead to a decrease in protest intensity through their influence on the level of economic inequality.

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