Peer-reviewed publications

Magistro, B., (Forthcoming) Party cues or policy information? The differential influence of financial and economic literacy on economic policy preferences Journal of Public Policy

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Magistro, B., 2021. The influence of financial and economic literacy on policy preferences in Italy Economics & Politics

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Magistro, B., Owen, L. and Wittstock, N. (Forthcoming) Populist support, institutional trust, and gender: the impact of foreign-imposed austerity during the European Debt Crisis. Journal of Political Institutions and Political Economy

Adolph, C., Amano, K., Bang-Jensen, B., Fullman, N., Magistro, B., Reinke, G., Wilkerson, J., Castellano, R. and Erickson, M. 2021. The Pandemic Policy U-Turn: The role of partisanship, public health, and race in decisions to ease social distancing in the U.S. Perspectives on Politics: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1537592721002036

Adolph, C., Amano, K., Bang-Jensen, B., Fullman, N., Magistro, B., Reinke, G. and Wilkerson, J. 2021. Governor partisanship explains the adoption of statewide mandates to wear face coverings. State Politics & Policy Quarterly

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Aslett, K. and Magistro, B. (Forthcoming) Principal Agent Problems Within EU Funds: A Case Study of Patronage in Hungary. Europe-Asia Studies

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Magistro, B. (2020) Financial literacy and support for free trade in the U.K. The World Economy: https://doi.org/10.1111/twec.12951

Dotti Sani, G.M. and Magistro, B. (2016) Increasingly unequal? The economic crisis, social inequalities and trust in the European Parliament in 20 European countries. European Journal of Political Research 55(2): 246-264. https://doi.org/10.1111/1475-6765.12126

Public Health peer-reviewed publications

COVID-19 Mental Disorders Collaborators [including Magistro B.] (2021) Global prevalence and burden of depressive and anxiety disorders in 204 countries and territories in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Lancet https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(21)02143-7

IMHE COVID-19 FORECASTING TEAM [et al., including Magistro B.] (2020) COVID Scenarios in the US. Nature Medicine https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-020-1132-9