Start date:
October 2019
Economic and Social Research Council

Populism, conflict and political polarisation examines the links between shifting political behaviours and changes in employment structures, as well as how populist politics are fostered within places and how civil society can act to address this. 

Start date provided is that of the WISERD Civil Society Centre. Work packages will have their own individual start and end dates that fall within the five-year research programme.

Research team

Journal Articles
Brexit and the ‘left behind’: Job polarization and the rise in support for leaving the European Union
Industrial Relations Journal 52(6) pp 569-588 This paper focuses on the changing relationship between attitudes towards European Union (EU) membership and workers affected by globalization and technological advances in the lead-up to the UK's EU referendum in 2016. It is...