“A Need for Control? Political Trust and Public Preferences for Asylum and Refugee Policy”, Anne-Marie Jeannet, Esther Ademmer, Martin Ruhs and Tobias Stöhr (RSCAS-EUI, Italy)

This article analyses whether and how policy design and political trust interact in shaping people’s policy preferences.

It theorises that policy controls such as limits and conditions can function as safeguards against uncertainty, thereby compensating for a person’s lack of trust in political institutions in generating support for policy provision.

You can read the article here.