A qualitative comparative analysis of pension systems
Charles C. Ragin, Thomas Janoski, Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research
Northwestern Univ., Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, 1992 - Business & Economics - 34 pages
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assignment Belgium Boolean analysis Boolean value cabinet strength Castles and Mitchell causal conditions causal configurations center is defined characteristics of pension cluster analysis cluster center defined CLUSTER program corporativistic pension systems corporativistic systems cover Austria cube democratic pension systems Denmark diversity of pension Esping-Andersen 1990 ETHDIV ethnic diversity ethnic homogeneity exploratory data analysis Finland GDPCAP index of corporativism index of pension Japan LEFCAB left parties liberal pension systems low low liberal medium medium Netherlands Northwestern University Norway number of occupationally old-age support outcome variables pension decommodification percentage of Catholics political class struggle Qualitative Comparative Analysis Ragin RELCAB relevant religious parties seven causal variables Skocpol and Amenta social democratic countries social democratic pension social democratic systems social democratic welfare social democratic worlds solution spare cluster state-centered strength of left strong left Sweden Switzerland three interval-scale variables three worlds truth table rows United Kingdom welfare capitalism winsorized winsorized-standardized Zealand