Method And Substance In Macrocomparative Analysis

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EditorLane Kenworthy

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Macrocomparative researchers use a variety of methodological approaches. This book features analyses of a single substantive topic, comparative employment performance in affluent countries, using three of the most common macrocomparative techniques: pooled cross-section time-series regression, qualitative comparative analysis, and small-N analysis.

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Macrocomparative researchers use a variety of methodological approaches. This book features analyses of a single substantive topic, comparative employment performance in affluent countries, using three of the most common macrocomparative techniques: pooled cross-section time-series regression, qualitative comparative analysis, and smal...

LANE KENWORTHY is Professor of Sociology and Political Science at the University of Arizona, USA. He studies the causes and consequences of poverty, inequality, mobility, employment, economic growth, and social policy in affluent countries. His books include Jobs with Equality (2008), Egalitarian Capitalism (2004), and In Search of Na...

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Format:PerfectDimensions:324 pages, 8.6 × 5.7 × 1 inPublished:October 1, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230202578

ISBN - 13:9780230202573

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Table of Contents

Method and Substance in Macrocomparative Analysis--L.Kenworthy&--A.Hicks
Introduction--L.Kenworthy&--A.Hicks
Statistical Narratives and the Properties of Macro-Level Variables: Labor Market Institutions and Employment Performance in Macrocomparative Research--B.Kittel
Comparative Employment Performance: A Fuzzy-Set Analysis--J.Epstein, D.Duerr, L.Kenworthy&--C.Ragin
Do Family Policies Shape Women?s Employment? A Comparative Historical Analysis of France and the Netherlands--J.Misra&--L.Jude
The Welfare State, Family Policies, and Women?s Labor Force Participation: Combining Fuzzy-Set and Statistical Methods to Access Causal Relations and Estimate Causal Effects--S.R.Eliason, R.Stryker&--E.Tranby
Family Policies and Women?s Employment: A Regression Analysis--A.Hicks&--L.Kenworthy
Part-Time Work and the Legacy of Breadwinner Welfare States: A Panel Study of Women?s Employment Patterns in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands, 1992-2002--J.Visser&--M.Yerkes
Comparative Regime Analysis: Early Exit from Work in Europe, Japan, and the United States--B.Ebbinghaus
Identifying the Causal Effect of Political Regimes on Employment--A.Przeworski