Using the case of Greece as a country still under heavy austerity measures, we examine how populist framing of austerity by non-austerity parties changes the levels of support for egocentric and sociotropic political issues.

Speaker: Theofanis Exadaktylos is Senior Lecturer in European Politics at the Department of Politics at the University of Surrey. His research agenda includes Europeanization; politics of austerity in Europe; public policy implementation and political trust; emotions and perceptions of crises; the rise of populism and the emergence of national stereotypes in the media. He is the co-editor of the JCMS Annual Review. He co-convenes the ECPR Standing Group on Political Methodology.