Anne-Marie Jeannet is a post-doctoral Research Associate at the Migration Policy Centre. Her research interests are in public opinion, immigration, comparative social policy, and non-standard employment. Her work has been published in the Socio-Economic Review, the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, and Social Policy and Administration.
Anne-Marie is also research affiliate of the Dondena Centre for Social Dynamics and Public Policy at Bocconi University. She received her doctorate in Social Policy from the University of Oxford and also holds a Masters in Public Administration from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Arts from Northwestern University.
- Public attitudes towards immigration
- Comparative social policy
- Political behaviour
- Deindustrializing societies
LanguagesFrench, English, Italian
The working paper analyses whether and how policy design and political trust interact in shaping people’s policy preferences. Focusing on the case of public preferences for asylum and refugee policy, the empirical analysis is based on a conjoint experiment with 12,000 respondents across eight European countries.
The paper provides the first-ever analysis of the structure of public preferences for asylum and refugee policy. By means of an original conjoint experiment with 12,000 respondents across Europe the researchers map Europeans policy preferences in the area of asylum and refugee protection.