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TRUST, VALUES AND QUALITY OF GOVERNMENT A multilevel cross-country investigation of public support for environmental taxes


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Title: TRUST, VALUES AND QUALITY OF GOVERNMENT A multilevel cross-country investigation of public support for environmental taxes
Authors: Davidovic, Dragana
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2016
Degree: Master theses
Keywords: Environmental taxes
public support
policy acceptance
second-order social dilemmas
political trust
social trust
post-materialist values
quality of government
developing countries
non-Western/European contexts
random effects
interactions
Abstract: Environmental taxes are argued to be the key to more effective environmental protection in developing countries. This paper investigates whether such taxes have the necessary public support to be successfully implemented in different contexts, including countries outside the Western and European spheres. Applying a multilevel analysis approach, using data from the World Values Survey and International Social Survey Programme, interaction effects between values, political and social trust, and ... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/44852
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