Rob Euwals
Research Fellow

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Euwals Rob Euwals studied econometrics at Tilburg University, the Netherlands, and received his first degree in June 1993. From 1993-1997 he worked as a research assistant at the same university. In this period he obtained a diploma of the Netherlands Network in Quantitative Economics, and visited University College London for the winter semester of 1995. In December 1997 he received his doctoral degree for his dissertation entitled "Empirical Studies on Individual Labour Market Behaviour". From 1998-1999 Rob Euwals was a research fellow at the University of Mannheim, Germany, and participated actively in the European TMR project "Savings and Pensions". After working at IZA as a Research Associate since April 1999, he joined the CPB Netherlands Bureau for Policy Analysis in January 2002.
He continues to keep close ties with IZA as a Research Fellow.

His research interests include labor economics, population economics, saving behavior, and applied microeconometrics. He published in such journals as The Economic Journal, The Journal of Applied Econometrics and Labour Economics.
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IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
Title
8467  Anja Deelen
Rob Euwals
Do Wages Continue Increasing at Older Ages? Evidence on the Wage Cushion in the Netherlands
8466  Rob Euwals
Elisabetta Trevisan
Early Retirement and Financial Incentives: Differences Between High and Low Wage Earners
5817  Suzanne Kok
Nicole Bosch
Anja Deelen
Rob Euwals
Migrant Women on the Labour Market: On the Role of Home- and Host-Country Participation
5810  Rob Euwals
Annemiek van Vuren
Daniel van Vuuren
The Decline of Early Retirement Pathways in the Netherlands: An Empirical Analysis for the Health Care Sector
5339  Raun van Ooijen
Mauro Mastrogiacomo
Rob Euwals
Private Wealth and Planned Early Retirement: A Panel Data Analysis for the Netherlands, 1994-2009
3367  Nicole Bosch
Anja Deelen
Rob Euwals
Is Part-time Employment Here To Stay? Evidence from the Dutch Labour Force Survey 1992–2005
(published in: Labour, 2010, 24(1), 35-54)
3225  Rob Euwals
Marike Knoef
Daniel van Vuuren
The Trend in Female Labour Force Participation: What Can Be Expected for the Future?
(published in: Empirical Economics, 2011, 40(3), 729-753)
2683  Rob Euwals
Jaco Dagevos
Mérove Gijsberts
Hans Roodenburg
The Labour Market Position of Turkish Immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands: Reason for Migration, Naturalisation and Language Proficiency
(published in: International Migration Review, 2010, 44 (3), 513-538)
2677  Rob Euwals
Jaco Dagevos
Mérove Gijsberts
Hans Roodenburg
Immigration, Integration and the Labour Market: Turkish Immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands
2337  Rob Euwals
Evaluation of a Tax Reform: A Model with Measurement Error
(published in: Applied Economics Letters, 2008, 15 (9), 697-700)
1992  Rob Euwals
Daniel van Vuuren
Ronald P. Wolthoff
Early Retirement Behaviour in the Netherlands: Evidence from a Policy Reform
(published in: De Economist, 2010, 158(3), 209-236)
1124  Rob Euwals
Maurice Hogerbrugge
Explaining the Growth of Part-Time Employment: Factors of Supply and Demand
(published in: Labour, 2006, 20 (3), 533-557)
917  Rob Euwals
Hans Roodenburg
A Note on the Redistributive Effect of Immigration
(published in: Economics Letters, 2004, 85 (2), 241-256)
413  Holger Bonin
Rob Euwals
Participation Behavior of East German Women after German Unification
(published as 'Why Are Labor Force Participation Rates of East German Women So High?' in: Applied Economics Quarterly, 2005, 51(4), 307-322)
400  Rob Euwals
The Predictive Value of Subjective Labour Supply Data: A Dynamic Panel Data Model with Measurement Error
(published in: Empirical Economics, 2005, 30 (2), 309-329)
319  Rob Euwals
Rainer Winkelmann
Why Do Firms Train? Empirical Evidence on the First Labour Market Outcomes of Graduated Apprentices
(published as 'Training intensity and first labor market outcomes of apprenticeship graduates' in: International Journal of Manpower, 2004, 25 (5), 447-462)
238  Rob Euwals
Axel H. Börsch-Supan
Angelika Eymann
The Saving Behaviour of Two Person Households: Evidence from Dutch Panel Data
(published in: Journal of Economic Psychology, 2004, 25 (2), 195-211)
178  Rob Euwals
Melanie E. Ward-Warmedinger
The Remuneration of British Academics
(published in: Applied Economics, 2005, 37 (14), 1655-1672)
113  Rob Euwals
Do Mandatory Pensions Decrease Household Savings? Evidence for the Netherlands
(published in: De Economist, 2000, 148 (5), 643-670;
see IZA Reprints 63/99)
83  Rob Euwals
Female Labour Supply, Flexibility of Working Hours, and Job Mobility in the Netherlands
(published in: Economic Journal, 2001, 111 (471), C120-C134;
see IZA Reprints 97/01)
 

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