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Daniel Oesch
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Explaining workers' support for right-wing populist parties in Western Europe: Evidence from Austria, Belgium, France, Norway, and Switzerland
D Oesch
International Political Science Review 29 (3), 349-373, 2008
9962008
Redrawing the class map: stratification and institutions in Britain, Germany, Sweden and Switzerland
D Oesch
Palgrave Macmillan, 2006
7582006
Upgrading or polarization? Occupational change in Britain, Germany, Spain and Switzerland, 1990–2008
D Oesch, JR MenÚs
Socio-Economic Review 9 (3), 503-531, 2011
4972011
Electoral competition in Europe's new tripolar political space: Class voting for the left, centre‐right and radical right
D Oesch, L Rennwald
European journal of political research 57 (4), 783-807, 2018
4802018
Coming to Grips with a Changing Class Structure An Analysis of Employment Stratification in Britain, Germany, Sweden and Switzerland
D Oesch
International Sociology 21 (2), 263-288, 2006
4602006
Occupational Change in Europe: How Technology and Education Transform the Job Structure
D Oesch
Oxford University Press, 2013
4102013
Does unemployment hurt less if there is more of it around? A panel analysis of life satisfaction in Germany and Switzerland
D Oesch, O Lipps
European Sociological Review 29 (5), 955–967, 2013
1922013
The polarization myth: Occupational upgrading in Germany, Spain, Sweden, and the UK, 1992–2015
D Oesch, G Piccitto
Work and Occupations 46 (4), 441-469, 2019
1902019
The changing shape of class voting: An individual-level analysis of party support in Britain, Germany and Switzerland
D Oesch
European Societies 10 (3), 329-355, 2008
1832008
The Class Basis of the Cleavage between the New Left and the Radical Right: an analysis for Austria, Denmark, Norway and Switzerland
D Oesch
London Routledge, 2012
1642012
What explains high unemployment among low-skilled workers? Evidence from 21 OECD countries
D Oesch
European Journal of Industrial Relations 16 (1), 39-55, 2010
1602010
The feminization of occupations and change in wages: A panel analysis of Britain, Germany, and Switzerland
E Murphy, D Oesch
Social Forces 94 (3), 1221-1255, 2016
1582016
Vocational versus general education: Employment and earnings over the life course in Switzerland
M Korber, D Oesch
Advances in Life Course Research 40, 1-13, 2019
1372019
The class basis of Switzerland's cleavage between the New Left and the Populist Right
D Oesch, L Rennwald
Swiss Political Science Review 16 (3), 343-371, 2010
1162010
The wage penalty for motherhood: Evidence on discrimination from panel data and a survey experiment for Switzerland
D Oesch, O Lipps, P McDonald
Demographic Research 37, 1793-1824, 2017
922017
Weniger Koordination, mehr Markt? Kollektive Arbeitsbeziehungen und Neokorporatismus in der Schweiz seit 1990
D Oesch
Swiss Political Science Review 13 (3), 337-368, 2007
912007
Welfare regimes and change in the employment structure: Britain, Denmark and Germany since 1990
D Oesch
Journal of European Social Policy 25 (1), 94-110, 2015
872015
Swiss trade unions and industrial relations after 1990. A history of decline and renewal
D Oesch
London Routledge, 2011
85*2011
Is employment polarisation inevitable? Occupational change in Ireland and Switzerland, 1970–2010
EC Murphy, D Oesch
Work, employment and society 32 (6), 1099-1117, 2018
822018
Labour market trends and the Goldthorpe class schema: a conceptual reassessment
D Oesch
Swiss Journal of Sociology 29 (2), 142-161, 2003
722003
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