Replication data for macro-level study in Rehm (2011), specifically to replicate results reported in Table 3. Data structure is panels of OECD countries from 2001-2004. Data contains measurements of unemployment benefit generosity, Rehm's homogeneity of the risk pool measure, and various controls.
A dataframe with the following variables:
year: time identifier.
ccode: country identifier.
NURR: net unemployment replacement rate, as a proxy for unemployment benefit generosity.
gini: Gini coefficient of unemployment risk.
mean_ur: national unemployment rate, calculated as weighted mean of occupational unemployment rates (weights are occupation sizes).
selfemp: self-employment as a percentage of civilian employment.
cum_right: cumulative percent of total cabinet posts held by right-wing parties since 1990 (weighted by days).
tradeunion: trade union density.
deficit: budget deficit as a percentage of GDP.
tradeopen: trade openness (sum of imports and exports as proportion of GDP).
gdp_growth: GDP growth.
Rehm, Philipp. 2011. “Social Policy by Popular Demand.” World Politics 63(2): 271-299.
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