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  • Baltussen, G., van den Assem, M.J. and van Dolder, D. (2016). Risky Choice in the Limelight Review of Economics and Statistics, 98(2):318--332.
  • Ketel, N., Linde, J., Oosterbeek, H. and van der Klaauw, B. (2016). Tuition fees and sunk-cost effects Economic Journal, 126(598):2342--2362.
  • Kirchner, M. and van Wijnbergen, S. (2016). Fiscal Deficits, Financial Fragility, and the Effectiveness of Government Policies Journal of Monetary Economics, 80:51--68.
  • Bartelsman, E., Gautier, P. and de Wind, J. (2016). Employment protection, technology choice, and worker allocation International Economic Review, 57(3):787--826.
  • Ketel, N., Leuven, E., Oosterbeek, H. and van der Klaauw, B. (2016). The Returns to Medical School: Evidence from Admission Lotteries American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 8(2):225--254.
  • Beetsma, R., Cimadomo, J., Furtuna, O. and Giuliodori, M. (2015). The confidence effects of fiscal consolidations Economic Policy, 30(83):439--489.
  • Buser, T. (2015). The effect of income on religiousness American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 7(3):178--195.
  • de Haan, T., Offerman, T. and Sloof, R. (2015). Money talks? An experimental investigation of cheap talk and burned money International Economic Review, 56(4):1385--1426.
  • Bartelsman, E. and Wolf, Z. (2014). Forecasting Aggregate Productivity using Information from Firm-level Data Review of Economics and Statistics, 96(4):745--755.
  • Buser, T., Niederle, M. and Oosterbeek, H. (2014). Gender, competitiveness and career choices Quarterly Journal of Economics, 129(3):1409--1447.
  • Zhou, F. and Oostendorp, R. (2014). Measuring True Sales and Underreporting with Matched Firm-Level Survey and Tax-Office Data Review of Economics and Statistics, 96(3):563--576.
  • Creal, D., Schwaab, B., Koopman, S. and Lucas, A. (2014). Observation Driven Mixed-Measurement Dynamic Factor Models with an Application to Credit Risk Review of Economics and Statistics, 96(5):898--915.
  • de Haan, M., Plug, E. and Rosero, J. (2014). Birth order and human capital development: evidence from Ecuador Journal of Human Resources, 49(2):359--392.
  • Basturk, N., Cakmakli, C.(., Ceyhan, P. and van Dijk, H. (2014). Posterior-predictive evidence on US inflation using extended New Keynesian Phillips Curve models with non-filtered data Journal of Applied Econometrics, 29(7):1164--1182.
  • Lucas, A., Schwaab, B. and Zhang, X. (2014). Conditional euro area sovereign default risk Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 32(2):271--284.
  • Van Den Bremer, TonS. and Van Der Ploeg, F. (2013). Managing and harnessing volatile oil windfalls IMF Economic Review, 61(1):130--167.
  • Koopman, S., Lucas, A. and Schwaab, B. (2012). Dynamic Factor Models With Macro, Frailty and Industry Effects for U.S. Default Counts: The Credit Crisis of 2008 Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 30(4):521--532.
  • de Haan, M. and Plug, E. (2011). Estimating intergenerational schooling mobility on censored samples: consequences and remedies Journal of Applied Econometrics, 26(1):151--166.
  • Koopman, S., Lucas, A. and Schwaab, B. (2011). Modeling frailty correlated defaults using many macroeconomic covariates Journal of Econometrics, 162(2):312--325.
  • Post, G.(., assem, M., Baltussen, G. and Thaler, R. (2008). Deal or No Deal? Decision Making under Risk in a Large-Payoff Game Show American Economic Review, 98(1):38--71.