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Do Government Programs Get People More Involved In Politics?: It’s long been thought in political science that giving people resources through government programs will get them more involved in politics. But this has always been a difficult question to answer in a controlled environment. That is until the 2008...

Do Government Programs Get People More Involved In Politics?: It’s long been thought in political science that giving people resources through government programs will get them more involved in politics. But this has always been a difficult question to answer in a controlled environment. That is until the 2008...

FromNot Another Politics Podcast


Do Government Programs Get People More Involved In Politics?: It’s long been thought in political science that giving people resources through government programs will get them more involved in politics. But this has always been a difficult question to answer in a controlled environment. That is until the 2008...

FromNot Another Politics Podcast

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Length:
44 minutes
Released:
Dec 16, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode

Description

It’s long been thought in political science that giving people resources through government programs will get them more involved in politics. But this has always been a difficult question to answer in a controlled environment. That is until the 2008 Medicaid expansion in Oregon. There was an extensive research initiative done on the roll out of that expansion, and our boss and the Dean of the Harris School of Public Policy, Katherine Baicker, was involved. On this episode, we parse through the results with her to see if we can get a new perspective on this question.
Released:
Dec 16, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode