2002 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
1994 - Fellows of the Econometric Society
Econometrics, Microeconomics, Welfare, Panel data and Poverty are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Econometrics, such as Econometric model, overlaps with other areas such as Estimation. His Microeconomics research incorporates elements of Consumption and Interdependence.
His research in Welfare focuses on subjects like Public economics, which are connected to Feeling, Research methodology and Sample. His Panel data research incorporates themes from Internet studies, Labour economics, Mobile device and Data science. Arie Kapteyn works mostly in the field of Labour economics, limiting it down to topics relating to Per capita and, in certain cases, Social security.
Arie Kapteyn mainly focuses on Demographic economics, Social security, Econometrics, Actuarial science and Labour economics. His research on Demographic economics also deals with topics like
His Socioeconomic status research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Health equity and Poverty. His Econometric model study, which is part of a larger body of work in Econometrics, is frequently linked to Estimation, bridging the gap between disciplines. Arie Kapteyn is involved in the study of Actuarial science that focuses on Annuity in particular.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Actuarial science, Demographic economics, Social security, Pension and Annuity. His research investigates the connection between Actuarial science and topics such as Cognition that intersect with problems in Unobservable and Test. His Demographic economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Job loss and Retirement age.
His Social security research includes elements of Vignette, Welfare, Generosity and Financial literacy. The Pension study which covers Well-being that intersects with Panel data. His studies deal with areas such as Labour economics and Health and Retirement Study as well as Peer pressure.
His main research concerns Actuarial science, Financial literacy, Narrative, Public relations and Pandemic. He combines subjects such as Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Health care, Pension, Social security and Self-insurance with his study of Actuarial science. His work in Pension covers topics such as Receipt which are related to areas like Poverty.
His biological study deals with issues like Depression, which deal with fields such as Panel data. Arie Kapteyn focuses mostly in the field of Social security, narrowing it down to topics relating to Cognition and, in certain cases, Endowment effect and Microeconomics. In his work, The Internet is strongly intertwined with Marketing, which is a subfield of Respondent.
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The poverty line: Concept and measurement
Theo Goedhart;Victor Halberstadt;Arie Kapteyn;Bernard van Praag.
Journal of Human Resources (1977)
Noncoverage and nonresponse in an Internet survey
Mick P. Couper;Arie Kapteyn;Matthias Schonlau;Joachim Winter.
Research Papers in Economics (2007)
Vignettes and self-reports of work disability in the United States and the Netherlands
Arie Kapteyn;J.P. Smith;Arthur van Soest.
Research Papers in Economics (2007)
The relativity of utility : Evidence from panel data
H. van de Stadt;A.J. Kapteyn;S. van de Geer.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (1985)
The Effects of Lottery Prizes on Winners and Their Neighbors: Evidence from the Dutch Postcode Lottery
Peter Kuhn;Peter Kooreman;Adriaan R. Soetevent;Arie Kapteyn.
The American Economic Review (2011)
Latent variable models in econometrics
Dennis J. Aigner;Cheng Hsiao;Arie Kapteyn;Tom Wansbeek.
Research Papers in Economics (1984)
A disaggregated analysis of the allocation of time within the household
Peter Kooreman;Arie Kapteyn.
Journal of Political Economy (1987)
Some methodological issues in the implementation of subjective poverty definitions
Arie Kapteyn;Peter Kooreman;Rob Willemse.
Journal of Human Resources (1988)
Evaluation Periods and Asset Prices in a Market Experiment
Uri Gneezy;Arie Kapteyn;Jan Potters.
Journal of Finance (2003)
Selection Bias in Web Surveys and the Use of Propensity Scores
Matthias Schonlau;Arthur van Soest;Arie Kapteyn;Mick Couper.
Sociological Methods & Research (2009)
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