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No. Author(s) Title Date PDF Link to Abstract
11101 Neha Agarwal, Hans-Peter Kohler, Subha Mani Dynamics in Physical Functioning Limitations Oktober 2017 Abstract
11100 Irene Mosca, Robert E. Wright Working, Volunteering and Mental Health in the Later Years Oktober 2017 Abstract
11099 Bert van Landeghem, Anneleen Vandeplas The Relationship between Status and Happiness: Evidence from the Caste System in Rural India Oktober 2017 Abstract
11098 Reto Odermatt, Nattavudh Powdthavee, Alois Stutzer Overoptimistic Entrepreneurs: Predicting Wellbeing Consequences of Self-Employment Oktober 2017 Abstract
11097 Jonathan F. Schulz, Petra Thiemann, Christian Thöni Nudging Generosity: Choice Architecture and Cognitive Factors in Charitable Giving Oktober 2017 Abstract
11096 Tobias Thomas, Moritz Heß, Gert G. Wagner Reluctant to Reform? A Note on Risk-Loving Politicians and Bureaucrats Oktober 2017 Abstract
11095 Robert Dur, Max van Lent Serving the Public Interest in Several Ways: Theory and Empirics Oktober 2017 Abstract
11094 Riccardo Magnani, Luca Piccoli, Martine Carré, Amedeo Spadaro Would a Euro's Depreciation Improve the French Economy? Oktober 2017 Abstract
11093 Sabyasachi Das, Abhiroop Mukhopadhyay, Rajas Saroy Efficiency Consequences of Affirmative Action in Politics: Evidence from India Oktober 2017 Abstract
11092 Ugo Trivellato Microdata for Social Sciences and Policy Evaluation as a Public Good
(forthcoming in: Crato N. and P. Paruolo (Eds), Data-driven Policy Impact Evaluation: How Microdata is Transforming Policy Design, Springer, 2018)
Oktober 2017 Abstract
11091 Pedro Maia Gomes Heterogeneity and the Public Sector Wage Policy
(forthcoming in: the International Economic Review)
Oktober 2017 Abstract
11090 Emile Cammeraat, Egbert L. W. Jongen, Pierre Koning Preventing NEETs during the Great Recession: The Effects of a Mandatory Activation Program for Young Welfare Recipients Oktober 2017 Abstract
11089 Felix Bransch, Michael Kvasnicka Male Gatekeepers Gender Bias in the Publishing Process? Oktober 2017 Abstract
11088 Elena Grinza, Francesco Devicienti, Mariacristina Rossi, Davide Vannoni How Entry into Parenthood Shapes Gender Role Attitudes: New Evidence from Longitudinal UK Data Oktober 2017 Abstract
11087 Julia Bredtmann, Sebastian Otten, Christian Rulff Husband's Unemployment and Wife's Labor Supply: The Added Worker Effect across Europe
(forthcoming in: Industrial and Labor Relations Review)
Oktober 2017 Abstract
11086 Sudipa Sarkar, Soham Sahoo, Stephan Klasen Employment Transitions of Women in India: A Panel Analysis Oktober 2017 Abstract
11085 Irene Mosca, Vincent O'Sullivan, Robert E. Wright Maternal Employment and Child Outcomes: Evidence from the Irish Marriage Bar Oktober 2017 Abstract
11084 Nicolas Frémeaux, Arnaud Lefranc Assortative Mating and Earnings Inequality in France Oktober 2017 Abstract
11083 Ghazala Azmat, Stefania Simion Higher Education Funding Reforms: A Comprehensive Analysis of Educational and Labor Market Outcomes in England Oktober 2017 Abstract
11082 Graziella Bertocchi, Arcangelo Dimico, Francesco Lancia, Alessia Russo Youth Enfranchisement, Political Responsiveness and Education Expenditure: Evidence from the U.S. Oktober 2017 Abstract
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