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This paper presents an analysis of secession based on rational choice premises. From these premises, secession is seen to be the outcome of a series of collective decisions made by regional leaders and populations, and by the leaders and populations of host states. This emphasis on collective...
This paper analyses how rising labour force participation of marned women in Sweden during the 1970s affected the distribution of family income. We use the squared coefficient of variation and compare the dispersion of family (factor) income with the dispersion of marned men's income We find an...
We investigate the relative impact of respondent's and spouse's class on voting behaviour using logistic diagonal reference models. We test several hypotheses with data from the British Election Surveys of 1974, 1979, 1983 and 1987. We find that there are still differences between men and women...
Max Weber's concept of ideal-types is presented against a background of the meth odological controversies at the turn of the century and the conceptions of some recent authors. The changes in Weber's ideal-type approach from his early studies of medieval trading companies to Wirtschaft und...
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