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Daniel Oesch

Professor
Member of IP204

Contact

University of Lausanne
Life Course and Socal Inequality Research Center (LINES)
Bâtiment Géopolis
CH-1015 Lausanne
T +41 21 692 31 85

LIVES Publications

Oesch, D., & Murphy, E.. (2017). Keine Erosion, sondern Wachstum der Mittelklasse. Der Wandel der Schweizer Berufsstruktur seit 1970. Social Change in Switzerland, 12, 1–13. doi:10.22019/SC-2017-00010
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Murphy, E., & Oesch, D.. (2017). Is employment polarisation inevitable? Occupational change in Ireland and Switzerland, 1970–2010. Work, employment and society, Advance online publication, 1–19. doi:10.1177/0950017017738944
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Oesch, D., & Rennwald, L.. (2018). Electoral competition in Europe's new tripolar political space: Class voting for the left, centre-right and radical right. European Journal of Political Research, Advance online publication., 1-25. doi:10.1111/1475-6765.12259
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Baumann, I., Lipps, O., Oesch, D., & Vandenplas, C.. (2016). How to survey displaced workers in Switzerland? Ways of addressing sources of bias. In M. Oris, Roberts, C., Joye, D., & Ernst Stähli, M. (Eds.), Surveying Human Vulnerabilities across the Life Course (pp. 159-176). New York, USA: Springer.
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Oesch, D. (2015). Occupational structure and labor market change in Western Europe since 1990. In P. Beramendi, Häusermann, S., Kitschelt, H., & Kriesi, H. (Eds.), The Politics of Advanced Capitalism (pp. 112-132). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
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Oesch, D. (2016). Wandel der Berufsstruktur in Westeuropa seit 1990: Polarisierung oder Aufwertung?. In Essays on Inequality and Integration (pp. 184-210). Zurich, Switzerland: Seismo.
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Korber, M., & Oesch, D.. (2016). Does Vocational Education Give a Happy Start and a Lousy End to Careers?. LIVES Working Paper, 57, 40. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2016.57
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Baumann, I., Lipps, O., Oesch, D., & Vandenplas, C.. (2016). How to survey displaced workers in Switzerland: Ways of addressing sources of bias. In M. Oris, Roberts, C., Joye, D., & Ernst Stähli, M. (Eds.), Surveying human vulnerabilities across the life course (pp. 159-176). New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-24157-9_7
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Oesch, D., & von Ow, A.. (2015). Do informal contacts increase labor market inequality? Social ties, job access and wages for the unemployed. LIVES Working Papers, 2015(38), 1-30. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2015.38
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Oesch, D., & Baumann, I.. (2015). Smooth transition or permanent exit? Evidence on job prospects of displaced industrial workers. Socio-Economic Review, 13(1), 101-123. doi:10.1093/ser/mwu023
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Oesch, D. (2015). Welfare regimes and change in the employment structure: Britain, Denmark and Germany since 1990. Journal of European Social Policy, 25(1), 94-110. doi:10.1177/0958928714556972
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Murphy, E., & Oesch, D.. (2014). The feminization of occupations and wage change: A panel analysis of Britain, Germany and Switzerland. LIVES Working Papers, 2014(31), 1-31. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2014.31
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Oesch, D. (2012). Die Bedeutung von Gesamtarbeitsverträgen für die Arbeitsmarktregulierung in der Schweiz. Zeitschrift für Arbeitsrecht und Arbeitslosenversicherung, 1, 120-127.
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Oesch, D., & Baumann, I.. (2013). Where do industrial workers go after plant closure? Survey evidence two years after job displacement. LIVES Working Papers, 2013(25), 1-29. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2013.25
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