Fairness Matters: Social Justice and Political Legitimacy in Post-Communist Europe
Examines economic fairness as a factor in popular support for the political system in the five transnational states in Eastern Europe. Impact of egocentric assessments on people's evaluations of the political and economic systems; Description of some literature on the resistant problems of low trust in government and dissatisfaction with government performance in post-communist countries; Effect of economic fairness evaluations on political evaluations within in a comprehensive model of how political evaluations are shaped.
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James R. Kluegel and David S. Mason. "Fairness Matters: Social Justice and Political Legitimacy in Post-Communist Europe" Europe-Asia Studies 56.6 (2004): 813-833.