d.jobsecurity: Job security regulations in western democracies

Description Usage Format Contributors Note Source

Description

This dataset is from Emmenegger (2011), who analyzes the determinants of high job security regulations in Western democracies using fsQCA.

Usage

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Format

The data frame contains 19 rows (cases) and the following 7 columns featuring fuzzy-set factors:

[ , 1] S statism ("1" high, "0" not high)
[ , 2] C non-market coordination ("1" high, "0" not high)
[ , 3] L labour movement strength ("1" high, "0" not high)
[ , 4] R Catholicism ("1" high, "0" not high)
[ , 5] P religious party strength ("1" high, "0" not high)
[ , 6] V institutional veto points ("1" many, "0" not many)
[ , 7] JSR job security regulations ("1" high, "0" not high)

Contributors

Thiem, Alrik: collection, documentation

Note

The row names are the official International Organization for Standardization (ISO) country code elements as specified in ISO 3166-1-alpha-2.

Source

Emmenegger, Patrick. 2011. “Job Security Regulations in Western Democracies: A Fuzzy Set Analysis.” European Journal of Political Research 50(3):336-64.


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