Trade unionism in Europe: Are the working class still members?
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How far does social class position influence the likelihood that employees will be members of a trade union? I use European Social Survey data to compare trade union membership of ‘working-class’ and ‘middle- and upper class’ employees in different European countries. Although the former dominate the trade unions in absolute numbers in most (but not all) countries, the likelihood that the latter will be members of a trade union is higher in most of the countries analysed.
|Translated title of the contribution||Fagforeninger i Europa: Er arbejderklassen stadig medlemmer?|
|Journal||European Journal of Industrial Relations|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2020|
- Faculty of Social Sciences - trade unions, union members, social class, Europe, working class