2001 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
His primary areas of investigation include Wage, Labour economics, Earnings, Risk aversion and Microeconomics. His studies in Wage integrate themes in fields like Conformity and Econometrics. The Labour economics study combines topics in areas such as Competition, Career development, Argument, Human capital and Flexibility.
His Earnings research integrates issues from Test, Pooling, Higher education, Variance and Educational attainment. His Educational attainment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Comparative education, Overqualification and Function. His studies deal with areas such as Causality and Lottery as well as Risk aversion.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Labour economics, Wage, Earnings, Human capital and Demographic economics. His Labour economics research focuses on Corporatism and how it relates to Competition. Joop Hartog has included themes like Empirical research, Robustness, Career development and Ex-ante in his Wage study.
His research in Earnings intersects with topics in Higher education, Function, Econometrics, Variance and Microeconomics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Skewness and Compensation. His research integrates issues of Education economics and Investment in his study of Human capital.
Labour economics, Wage, Earnings, Human capital and Demographic economics are his primary areas of study. His study in Labour economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social partners, Variance, Productivity, Statistical dispersion and Graduate students. His research in Wage tackles topics such as Cohort which are related to areas like Health care.
His Earnings study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Econometrics, Ignorance, Survey data collection and Function. Joop Hartog studied Human capital and Microeconomics that intersect with Public finance. His work carried out in the field of Demographic economics brings together such families of science as Curriculum, Matching, Ranking, Economic integration and Vocational education.
His primary scientific interests are in Labour economics, Earnings, Wage, Human capital and Variance. He combines subjects such as Statistical dispersion, Preference and Replicate with his study of Labour economics. Joop Hartog merges Earnings with Rate of return in his research.
Joop Hartog has researched Wage in several fields, including Human resources and Graduate students. His Human capital study combines topics in areas such as Economy, Microeconomics, Investment and Job quality. The various areas that Joop Hartog examines in his Variance study include Distribution, Wage inequality, Opportunity cost and Empirical research.
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Over-education and earnings: Where are we, where should we go?
Economics of Education Review (2000)
Linking Measured Risk Aversion to Individual Characteristics.
Joop Hartog;Ada Ferrer-i-Carbonell;Nicole Jonker.
Low risk aversion encourages the choice for entrepreneurship: An empirical test of a truism
J.S Cramer;J Hartog;N Jonker;C.M Van Praag.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2002)
Corporatism or Competition?: Labour Contracts, Institutions and Wage Structures in International Comparison
Coen Teulings;Joop Hartog.
Education, allocation and earnings in the Netherlands: 0verschooling?
Joop Hartog;Hessel Oosterbeek.
Economics of Education Review (1988)
Health, wealth and happiness: Why pursue a higher education?
Joop Hartog;Hessel Oosterbeek.
Economics of Education Review (1998)
If You Are So Smart, Why Aren't You an Entrepreneur? Returns to Cognitive and Social Ability: Entrepreneurs Versus Employees
Joop Hartog;C. Mirjam van Praag;Justin van der Sluis.
Journal of Economics and Management Strategy (2010)
Low Risk Aversion Encourages the Choice for Entrepreneurship:An Empirical Test of a Truism
Mirjam van Praag;J.S. Cramer;Joop Hartog;Nicole Jonker.
Social Science Research Network (2001)
Changing returns to education in Portugal during the 1980s and early 1990s: OLS and quantile regression estimators
Joop Hartog;Pedro T. Pereira;José A. C. Vieira.
Applied Economics (2001)
Corporatism or Competition
C. N. Teulings;Joop Hartog.
Cambridge Books (1998)
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