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Dimitri Gugushvili
Dimitri Gugushvili
Post-doctoral researcher, KU Leuven
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Eco-social divides in Europe: Public attitudes towards welfare and climate change policies
A Otto, D Gugushvili
Sustainability 12 (1), 404, 2020
902020
Means Testing or Universalism: What Strategies Best Address Poverty
D Gugushvili, D Hirsch
A Review Contributing to Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s Development of an Anti …, 2014
37*2014
The past, present and future of European welfare attitudes: Topline results from round 8 of the European Social Survey
B Meuleman, W Van Oorschot, D Gugushvili, S Baute, S Delespaul, ...
ESS Topline Series, 2018
362018
Lessons from Georgia’s neoliberal experiment: A rising tide does not necessarily lift all boats
D Gugushvili
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 50 (1), 1-14, 2017
292017
Determinants of public support for eco-social policies: A comparative theoretical framework
D Gugushvili, A Otto
Social Policy and Society 22 (1), 1-15, 2023
272023
Means-testing or universalism: what strategies best address poverty
D Gugushvili, D Hirsch
Leicestershire: Loughborough University, 2014
272014
Means-tested and universal approaches to poverty: international evidence and how the UK compares
D Gugushvili, D Hirsch
Centre for Research in Social Policy. Working paper 640, 2014
25*2014
Public attitudes toward economic growth versus environmental sustainability dilemma: Evidence from Europe
D Gugushvili
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 62 (3), 224-240, 2021
242021
Two decades after Korpi and Palme’s “paradox of redistribution”: What have we learned so far and where do we take it from here?
D Gugushvili, T Laenen
Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy 37 (2), 112-127, 2021
182021
Welfare solidarities in the age of mass migration: evidence from European Social Survey 2016
D Gugushvili, L Ravazzini, M Ochsner, M Lukac, O Lelkes, M Fink, ...
Acta Politica 56, 351-375, 2021
152021
Do the benefits of growth trickle-down to Georgia’s poor? A case for a strong welfare system
D Gugushvili
15*2014
Retrenched, but still desired? Perceptions regarding the social legitimacy of the welfare state in Russia compared with EU Countries
W van Oorschot, D Gugushvili
Europe-Asia Studies 71 (3), 345-364, 2019
142019
Are universal welfare policies really more popular than selective ones? A critical discussion of empirical research
T Laenen, D Gugushvili
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 41 (9/10), 1134-1147, 2021
112021
Do the benefits of growth trickle-down to Georgia's poor? A case for a strong welfare system
D Gugushvili
The University of Kent, 2014
112014
Russian versus European welfare attitudes: Evidence from round 8 of the European Social Survey
M Ochsner, L Ravazzini, D Gugushvili, M Fink, P Grand, O Lelkes, ...
European Social Survey, 2018
102018
Popular preferences for a fully means-tested welfare provision model: Social and cross-national divides in Europe
D Gugushvili, W Van Oorschot
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 40 (11/12), 1455-1472, 2020
92020
Twenty years after Korpi and Palme's
D Gugushvili, T Laenen
SPSW Working Paper, 2019
92019
Welfare state dissatisfaction and support for major welfare reform: Towards means‐tested welfare or a universal basic income?
T Laenen, D Gugushvili
International Journal of Social Welfare 32 (2), 178-185, 2023
62023
Perceived Welfare Deservingness of the Unemployed in Eastern versus Western Europe: Similar Levels but Different Degrees of Polarization?
D Gugushvili, W Van Oorschot
Problems of Post-Communism 68 (1), 42-52, 2021
62021
The new welfare agenda–missing the most vulnerable once again
D Gugushvili
Center for Social Sciences, Tbilisi, 2013
62013
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