2. PhD theses
Nadja Mosimann. 2018.
“Solidarity in Times of Inequality: Trade Union Politics and Union Membership Effects.”
Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Geneva.
3. Working papers
"What Explains Unequal Responsiveness? Investigating the Role of Institutional Agenda Setting, Costly Policies, and Status-Quo Bias", Working paper n°18
Mikael Persson (University of Gothenburg)
Line Rennwald. 2020.
"Social Democratic Parties and the Working Class: New Voting Patterns.", London: Palgrave.