Special Issue of Policy Studies
Donald Trump’s Legacy and Effects
The Trump presidency has been one of the most eventful and controversial in American history, with consequences for the governance and policy of the United States and beyond. His time in office saw claims that the democratic norms were being undermined, the spread of Covid-19, and a changed approach in US foreign policy. He was commonly referred to as an ‘authoritarian populist’ who sought to govern in a way that was a clear departure from previous American presidents.
His presidency may have lasted only four years, but ‘Trumpism’ may be said to continue and have longer wider consequences.
This special issue of Policy Studies will consider the causes, effects and consequences of the Presidency.
Articles will appear here upon publication
- Introduction, Toby S. James
- The macro-economic impact of Trump, Benjamin Born (Frankfurt), Gernot Mueller (Tübingen), Moritz Schularick (Bonn) and Petr Sedlacek (Oxford).