A Switch or a Process? Disentangling the Effects of Union Membership on Political Attitudes in Switzerland and the UK
The paper examines the effects of union membership on individual political attitudes using panel data for Swiss and British workers. Considering union membership as an on/off switch (member vs. non‐member), as it is often done, it is only possible to distinguish between a selection effect (unions at...
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|published in:||Industrial relations (Berkeley) Vol. 59; no. 3; pp. 466 - 499|
|Data of publication:||July 2020|
We thank Jonas Pontusson, Pascal Sciarini, and Michele Pellizzari for helpful comments on an early draft of this paper.
The authors’ affiliation is Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG), Cologne, Germany. E‐mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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