His primary scientific interests are in Labour economics, Wage, Econometrics, Earnings and Demographic economics. His research on Labour economics often connects related topics like Postponement. His studies examine the connections between Wage and genetics, as well as such issues in Private sector, with regards to Average return and Point estimation.
Hessel Oosterbeek works mostly in the field of Econometrics, limiting it down to topics relating to Class size and, in certain cases, Student achievement, Standard deviation and Statistics. His research in Earnings intersects with topics in Tertiary sector of the economy, Estimation, Rate of return and Human capital. His studies in Demographic economics integrate themes in fields like Wage equation, Regression discontinuity design, Instrumental variable and Educational attainment.
Labour economics, Demographic economics, Actuarial science, Earnings and Wage are his primary areas of study. His Labour economics study incorporates themes from Supply and demand, Training, Investment and Human capital. His research in Demographic economics focuses on subjects like Regression discontinuity design, which are connected to Disadvantaged, Poverty, Cash transfers and Randomized experiment.
His Actuarial science research incorporates elements of Higher education and Attendance. His work deals with themes such as Estimation, Econometrics and Rate of return, which intersect with Earnings. The study incorporates disciplines such as Point estimation and Test in addition to Econometrics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Demographic economics, Lottery, Mathematics education, Higher education and Variation. His Demographic economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Earnings, Harm, Scale and Tracking. His study in Mathematics education is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Disadvantaged, School choice, Peer influence and Discrete choice.
His Higher education study combines topics in areas such as Sample, Actuarial science and Commitment device. The Human capital study which covers Stochastic game that intersects with Graduation and Labour economics. His Regression discontinuity design study deals with Econometrics intersecting with Baseline, Educational attainment and Wage.
His primary areas of investigation include Mathematics education, Demographic economics, Labour economics, Social psychology and School choice. Hessel Oosterbeek interconnects Quality, Competition, Peer influence and Discrete choice in the investigation of issues within Mathematics education. His Demographic economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Developing country, Sunk costs, Advertising and Wage.
His work in Labour economics covers topics such as Training which are related to areas like Randomized experiment. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Student achievement, Consolidation, Primary education and School size. The various areas that Hessel Oosterbeek examines in his School choice study include Disadvantaged, Survey data collection, Matching, Strategic behavior and Welfare.
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The impact of entrepreneurship education on entrepreneurship skills and motivation
Hessel Oosterbeek;Mirjam van Praag;Auke Ijsselstein.
European Economic Review (2010)
Cultural differences in ultimatum game experiments: Evidence from a meta-analysis
Hessel Oosterbeek;Randolph Sloof;Gijs Kuilen.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
The Returns to Education: Microeconomics
Colm Harmon;Hessel Oosterbeek;Ian Walker.
Journal of Economic Surveys (2003)
A Review of Estimates of the Schooling/Earnings Relationship, with Tests for Publication Bias
Orley Ashenfelter;Colm Harmon;Hessel Oosterbeek.
Research Papers in Economics (1999)
Gender, Competitiveness, and Career Choices*
Thomas Buser;Muriel Niederle;Hessel Oosterbeek.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (2014)
Overeducation and mismatch in the labor market
Edwin Leuven;Hessel Oosterbeek.
Handbook of the Economics of Education (2011)
Education, allocation and earnings in the Netherlands: 0verschooling?
Joop Hartog;Hessel Oosterbeek.
Economics of Education Review (1988)
The Impact of Gender Diversity on the Performance of Business Teams: Evidence from a Field Experiment
Sander Hoogendoorn;Hessel Oosterbeek;Mirjam van Praag.
Management Science (2013)
Health, wealth and happiness: Why pursue a higher education?
Joop Hartog;Hessel Oosterbeek.
Economics of Education Review (1998)
Long-Term Effects of Class Size
Peter Fredriksson;Björn Öckert;Hessel Oosterbeek.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (2013)
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