Skip to main content

Table 3 Calibration of conditions and outcomes

From: What is the impact of flexicurity on the chances of entry into employment for people with low education and activity limitations due to health problems? A comparison of 21 European countries using Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA)

  Range Thresholds corresponding to fully in – neither in nor out - fully out
Outcomes
 High rate ratio (RR) 0.38–0.99 0.8-0.66-0.5
 High RTW (%) 4–33 35.0-13-9.0
Conditions
 High Employment (%) 61.7–79.0 75.0-71.0-63.0
 Low Unemployment (%) 2.8–12.4 5.0-7-9.0
 Low EPL (score 0–6) 0.74–3.27 1.0-2.0-3.5
 Low EPT (score 0–6) 0.25–3.83 0.75-1.4-3.5
 High PESa 0.00–0.11 0.06-0.02-0.007
 High ALMPa 0.01–0.30 0.25-0.07-0.02
 High ALMPtot (summary score) 0.01–0.37 0.3-0.07-0.02
 High PLMPa 0.01–0.46 0.25-0.10-0.02
 High Sickbenb 0.02–0.24 0.1-0.06-0.035
 High ExpChildc 0–0.38 0.2-0.1-0.05
 High ExpOldd 0–0.14 0.1-0.03-0.01
 High SocExp (summary score) 0.00–0.50 0.3-0.135-0.1
 High LLL (%) 2.9–29.9 20-9-5
  1. aExpenditure as a percentage of GDP per percentage unemployed. bExpenditure as a percentage of GDP per percentage with activity limitations in the age group 45–64 years. cExpenditure on child care as a percentage of GDP per percentage 0–4 years. dExpenditure on elder care as a percentage of GDP per percentage 65 and above