His main research concerns Welfare, Econometrics, Poverty, Scale and Well-being. His studies deal with areas such as Social science, Proxy, Public policy, Variety and Politics as well as Welfare. His work carried out in the field of Econometrics brings together such families of science as Risk analysis, Prospect theory, Loss aversion and Expected utility hypothesis.
In his study, Respondent, Economic growth and Social policy is strongly linked to Demographic economics, which falls under the umbrella field of Poverty. He focuses mostly in the field of Well-being, narrowing it down to matters related to Order and, in some cases, Actuarial science. His research in the fields of Insurance policy, General insurance and Auto insurance risk selection overlaps with other disciplines such as Group insurance.
Bernard M.S. van Praag mostly deals with Welfare, Econometrics, Demographic economics, Poverty and Public economics. His Welfare study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Well-being, Inequality, Function, Microeconomics and Politics. His Econometrics research includes themes of Preference, Equivalence, Scale, Expected utility hypothesis and British Household Panel Survey.
His Preference research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Production and Time allocation. His study in the field of Basic needs also crosses realms of Line. His research in Public economics intersects with topics in Quality, Social policy and Urbanization.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Happiness, Time allocation, Econometrics, Interest rate and Pension. Bernard M.S. van Praag has researched Happiness in several fields, including Religiosity, Positive economics and Well-being. Bernard M.S. van Praag studied Positive economics and Happiness economics that intersect with Welfare.
Bernard M.S. van Praag interconnects Life satisfaction, Urbanization, Quality and Public economics in the investigation of issues within Welfare. His studies in Time allocation integrate themes in fields like Production, Estimation, Demographic economics and Public good. Bernard M.S. van Praag has included themes like Loss aversion, Outcome, Preference and Prospect theory in his Econometrics study.
Risk aversion, Econometrics, Expected utility hypothesis, Happiness and Quality of life are his primary areas of study. His Risk aversion study incorporates themes from Risk analysis, Prospect theory, Outcome and Loss aversion. His study in Econometrics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Unitary state, Time allocation, Wage rate, Novelty and Public good.
His Expected utility hypothesis research incorporates themes from Consumption, Asset, Lottery and Time preference. His Happiness research includes elements of Well-being and Inequality. The various areas that Bernard M.S. van Praag examines in his Subjective well-being study include Ethnic group, General Social Survey, Finance and Immigration.
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The demand for deductibles in private health insurance: A probit model with sample selection
Wynand P.M.M. Van de Ven;Bernard M.S. Van Praag.
Journal of Econometrics (1981)
Happiness Quantified: A Satisfaction Calculus Approach
Bernard van Praag;Ada Ferrer-i-Carbonell.
Research Papers in Economics (2007)
The poverty line: Concept and measurement
Theo Goedhart;Victor Halberstadt;Arie Kapteyn;Bernard van Praag.
Journal of Human Resources (1977)
Using happiness surveys to value intangibles: the case of airport noise
Bernard M. S. Van Praag;Barbara E. Baarsma.
The Economic Journal (2005)
The welfare function of income in Belgium: An empirical investigation
Bernard Van Praag.
European Economic Review (1971)
Individual welfare functions and consumer behavior. : A theory of rational irrationality.
Bernard M. S. van Praag.
Ordinal and cardinal utility: An integration of the two dimensions of the welfare concept
Bernard M.S. van Praag.
Journal of Econometrics (1991)
A SYNTHESIS OF POVERTY LINE DEFINITIONS
Aldi J. M. Hagenaars;Bernard M. S. van Praag.
Review of Income and Wealth (1985)
Further evidence on the individual welfare function of income: An empirical investigatiion in The Netherlands
Bernard M.S Van Praag;Arie Kapteyn.
European Economic Review (1973)
A parametric analysis of prospect theory’s functionals for the general population
Adam S. Booij;Bernard M. S. van Praag;Gijs van de Kuilen.
Theory and Decision (2010)
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