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  • Pelzl, P. and Poelhekke, S. (2021). Good mine, bad mine: Natural resource heterogeneity and Dutch disease in Indonesia Journal of International Economics, :.
  • Baltussen, G., Swinkels, L.A.P. and van Vliet, W.N. (2021). Global Factor Premiums Journal of Financial Economics, :.
  • Florian Sniekers (2021). Buying first or selling first in housing markets Journal of the European Economic Association.

  • Bräuning, F. and Koopman, S.J. (2020). The dynamic factor network model with an application to international trade Journal of Econometrics, 216(2):494--515.
  • Borowska, A., Hoogerheide, L., Koopman, S.J. and van Dijk, HermanK. (2020). Partially censored posterior for robust and efficient risk evaluation Journal of Econometrics, 217(2):335--355.
  • Li, Z., Laeven, R. and Vellekoop, M. (2020). Dependent microstructure noise and integrated volatility estimation from high-frequency data Journal of Econometrics, 215(2):536--558.
  • Muller, P., van der Klaauw, B. and Heyma, A. (2020). Comparing econometric methods to empirically evaluate activation programs for job seekers Journal of Applied Econometrics, 35(5):526--547.
  • Denderski, P. and Stoltenberg, C. (2020). Risk sharing with private and public information Journal of Economic Theory, 186:.
  • van Leeuwen, B., Offerman, T. and Schram, A. (2020). Competition for Status Creates Superstars: An Experiment on Public Good Provision and Network Formation Journal of the European Economic Association, :666.
  • Baltussen, G., Da, Z., Lammers, S. and Martens, M.P.E. (2020). Hedging Demand and Market Intraday Momentum Journal of Financial Economics, :.
  • Artmann, E., Oosterbeek, H. and van der Klaauw, B. (2020). Do doctors improve the health care of their parents? Evidence from admission lotteries American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, :.
  • Braggion, F., Manconi, A. and Zhu, H. (2020). Credit and social unrest: Evidence from 1930s China Journal of Financial Economics, 138(2):295--315.
  • Opschoor, A., Lucas, A., Barra, I. and van Dijk, D. (2020). Closed-Form Multi-Factor Copula Models With Observation-Driven Dynamic Factor Loadings Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, :1--14.
  • Juodis, A., Karabiyik, H. and Westerlund, J. (2020). On the robustness of the pooled CCE estimator Journal of Econometrics, :.
  • Kopányi-Peuker, A. and Weber, M. (2020). Experience Does not Eliminate Bubbles: Experimental Evidence Review of Financial Studies, :.
  • Bolhaar, J., Ketel, N. and van der Klaauw, B. (2020). Caseworker's discretion and the effectiveness of welfare-to-work programs Journal of Public Economics, 183:1--19.
  • Boris van Leeuwen (2020). Fight or flight The Review of Economics and Statistics.

  • Baştürk, N., Borowska, A., Grassi, S., Hoogerheide, L. and van Dijk, H.K. (2019). Forecast density combinations of dynamic models and data driven portfolio strategies Journal of Econometrics, 210(1):170--186.
  • Bolhaar, J., Ketel, N. and van Der Klaauw, B. (2019). Job search periods for welfare applicants: Evidence from a randomized experiment American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 11(1):92--125.
  • Buser, T. and Yuan, H. (2019). Do women give up competing more easily? Evidence from the lab and the Dutch Math Olympiad American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 11(3):225--252.