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Identifying outsiders across countries: similarities and differences in the patterns of dualisation


Häusermann, Silja; Schwander, Hanna (2009). Identifying outsiders across countries: similarities and differences in the patterns of dualisation. Working Papers on the Reconciliation of Work and Welfare in Europe, University of Zurich.

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This paper makes three contributions: a) it develops a new conceptualization of outsider-status, based on employment biographies, rather than on current labour market status; b) it proposes a new operationalization of outsiders based on post-industrial class theory and c) it shows empirically who the outsiders are across different countries and across the three dimensions of economic, social and political exclusion.

Abstract

This paper makes three contributions: a) it develops a new conceptualization of outsider-status, based on employment biographies, rather than on current labour market status; b) it proposes a new operationalization of outsiders based on post-industrial class theory and c) it shows empirically who the outsiders are across different countries and across the three dimensions of economic, social and political exclusion.

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Item Type:Working Paper
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Political Science
Dewey Decimal Classification:320 Political science
Language:English
Date:2009
Deposited On:26 Oct 2012 10:58
Last Modified:13 Aug 2017 11:11
Series Name:Working Papers on the Reconciliation of Work and Welfare in Europe
Official URL:http://www.socialpolicy.ed.ac.uk/recwowepudiac/working_papers/introduction

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