Marius R. Busemeyer
Marius R. Busemeyer
Professor of Political Science, University of Konstanz, Germany
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The political economy of collective skill formation
MR Busemeyer, C Trampusch
Oxford University Press, 2012
5762012
The political economy of collective skill formation
MR Busemeyer, C Trampusch
Oxford University Press, 2012
5392012
Attitudes towards redistributive spending in an era of demographic ageing: the rival pressures from age and income in 14 OECD countries
MR Busemeyer, A Goerres, S Weschle
Journal of European Social Policy 19 (3), 195-212, 2009
2772009
Skills and inequality: Partisan politics and the political economy of education reforms in western welfare states
MR Busemeyer
Cambridge University Press, 2014
2502014
Determinants of public education spending in 21 OECD democracies, 1980–2001
MR Busemeyer
Journal of European Public Policy 14 (4), 582-610, 2007
2332007
Asset specificity, institutional complementarities and the variety of skill regimes in coordinated market economies
MR Busemeyer
Socio-Economic Review 7 (3), 375-406, 2009
2062009
From myth to reality: Globalisation and public spending in OECD countries revisited
MR Busemeyer
European Journal of Political Research 48 (4), 455-482, 2009
1962009
Comparative political science and the study of education
MR Busemeyer, C Trampusch
British Journal of Political Science, 413-443, 2011
1542011
Social democrats and the new partisan politics of public investment in education
MR Busemeyer
Journal of European Public Policy 16 (1), 107-126, 2009
138*2009
Institutional change in German vocational training: from collectivism toward segmentalism
K Thelen, MR Busemeyer
The political economy of collective skill formation, 68-100, 2012
1372012
Wandel trotz Reformstau: die Politik der beruflichen Bildung seit 1970
MR Busemeyer
Campus Verlag, 2009
101*2009
Fiscal austerity and the trade-off between public investment and social spending
C Breunig, MR Busemeyer
Journal of European Public Policy 19 (6), 921-938, 2012
932012
From collectivism towards segmentalism: Institutional change in German vocational training
KA Thelen, MR Busemeyer
MPIfG Discussion Paper, 2008
872008
The impact of fiscal decentralisation on education and other types of spending
MR Busemeyer
Swiss Political Science Review 14 (3), 451-481, 2008
852008
Inequality and the political economy of education: An analysis of individual preferences in OECD countries
MR Busemeyer
Journal of European Social Policy 22 (3), 219-240, 2012
682012
Pension reform in Germany and Austria: system change vs. quantitative retrenchment
MR Busemeyer
West European Politics 28 (3), 569-591, 2005
672005
Collective skill systems, wage bargaining, and labor market stratification
MR Busemeyer, T Iversen
The political economy of collective skill formation, 205-233, 2012
642012
Socio-economic institutions, organized interests and partisan politics: the development of vocational education in Denmark and Sweden
M Dobbins, MR Busemeyer
Socio-Economic Review 13 (2), 259-284, 2015
612015
Who owns education? Cleavage structures in the partisan competition over educational expansion
MR Busemeyer, ST Franzmann, JL Garritzmann
West European Politics 36 (3), 521-546, 2013
542013
Individual policy preferences for vocational versus academic education: Microlevel evidence for the case of Switzerland
MR Busemeyer, MA Cattaneo, SC Wolter
Journal of European Social Policy 21 (3), 253-273, 2011
522011
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