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Joop Hartog

Emeritus Fellow

University
University of Amsterdam
Researchgroup
Empirical Microeconomics

Key publications

List of publications

J. Schweri and J. Hartog. 2017. Do wage expectations predict college enrollment? Evidence from healthcare. Journal of Economic Behavior \& Organization, 141, 135, 0167-2681

J. Hartog and P. Raposo. 2017. Are starting wages reduced by an insurance premium for preventing wage decline? Testing the prediction of Harris and Holmstrom (1982). Labour Economics, 48, 105--119, 0927-5371

J. Hartog and S. Gerritsen. 2016. Mincer Earnings Functions for the Netherlands 1962-2012. De Economist, 164, 235--253, 0013-063X

J. Hartog and L. Diaz-Serrano. 2015. Why do we ignore the risk in schooling decisions?. De Economist, 163, 125--153, 0013-063X

P. Berkhout and J. Hartog and van Ophem, H.. 2014. Starting wages respond to employer's risk. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 61, 229--260, 0036-9292

J. Hartog. 2014. The dynamics of the research agenda in labour economics. Labour Economics, 30, 1--3, 0927-5371

M. Sattinger and J. Hartog. 2013. Nash bargaining and the wage consequences of educational mismatches. Labour Economics, 23, 50--56, 0927-5371

S. Budria and L. Diaz-Serrano and A. Ferrer-i-Carbonell and J. Hartog. 2013. Risk attitude and wage growth: Replicating Shaw (1996). Empirical Economics, 44, 981--1004, 0377-7332

J. Mazza and van Ophem, H. and J. Hartog. 2013. Unobserved heterogeneity and risk in wage variance: Does more schooling reduce earnings risk?. Labour Economics, 24, 323--338, 0927-5371

J. Hartog. 2013. Jules J.M. Theeuwes (1944-2012). Labour Economics, 20, 1--2, 0927-5371

D. Willebrands and J. Lammers and J. Hartog. 2012. A successful businessman is not a gambler: risk attitude and business performance among small enterprises in Nigeria. Journal of Economic Psychology, 33, 342--354, 0167-4870

J. Schweri and J. Hartog and S.C. Wolter. 2011. Do students expect compensation for wage risk?. Economics of Education Review, 30, 215--227, 0272-7757

P. Berkhout and J. Hartog and D. Webbink. 2010. Compensation for earnings risk under worker heterogeneity. Southern Economic Journal, 76, 762--790, 0038-4038

W.P.M. Vijverberg and J. Hartog. 2010. On the distribution of job characteristics: an analysis of the DOT data. Applied Economics, 42, 1747--1760, 0003-6846

J. Hartog and van Praag, M. and van der Sluis, J.. 2010. If you are so smart, why aren't you an entrepreneur? Returns to cognitive and social ability: Entrepreneurs versus employees. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 19, 947--989, 1058-6407

J. Hartog and Y. Sun and X. Ding. 2010. University rank and bachelor's labour market positions in China. Economics of Education Review, 29, 971--979, 0272-7757

J. Hartog and A. Zorlu. 2009. How important is homeland education for refugees' economic position in the Netherlands?. Journal of Population Economics, 22, 219--246, 0933-1433

B. Jacobs and J. Hartog and W. Vijverberg. 2009. Self-selection bias in estimated wage premiums for earnings risk. Empirical Economics, 37, 271--286, 0377-7332

L. Diaz-Serrano and J. Hartog and Skyt Nielsen, H.. 2008. Compensating wage differentials for schooling risk in Denmark. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 110, 711--731, 0347-0520

J. Hartog and W.P.M. Vijverberg. 2007. Schools, skills and risk. Economics of Education Review, 26, 758--770, 0272-7757

J. Hartog and L. Diaz-Serrano. 2007. Earnings risk and demand for higher education: A cross-section test for Spain. Journal of Applied Economics, 10, 1--28, 1514-0326

J. Hartog and W.P.M. Vijverberg. 2007. On compensation for risk aversion and skewness affection in wages. Labour Economics, 14, 938--956, 0927-5371

N. Jonker and van Ophem, H. and J. Hartog. 2006. Dual track or academic route for auditors: does it matter?. Applied Economics, 38, 1019--1035, 0003-6846

J. Hartog and A. Zorlu. 2005. The effect of immigration on wages in three European countries. Journal of Population Economics, 18, 113--151, 0933-1433

J. Hartog. 2004. Overeducation, wages and promotions within the firm. Labour Economics, 11, 701--714, 0927-5371

H.D. Webbink and J. Hartog. 2004. Can students predict their starting salaries? Yes!. Economics of Education Review, 23, 103--113, 0272-7757

J. Hartog and E. Plug and Diaz Serrano, L. and J. Vieira. 2003. Risk compensation in wages - a replication. Empirical Economics, 28, 639--647, 0377-7332

J. Hartog and R. Winkelmann. 2003. Comparing migrants to non-migrants: the case of Dutch migration to New Zealand. Journal of Population Economics, 16, 683--705, 0933-1433

J. Hartog. 2002. Desperately seeking structure, Sherwin Rosen (1938-2001). Economic Journal, November, 0013-0133

J. Hartog and A. Ferrer-i-Carbonell and N. Jonker. 2002. Linking Measured Risk Aversion to Individual Characteristics.. Kyklos, 55, 3--26, 0023-5962

J. Hartog and A. Ferrer-i-Carbonell and N. Jonker. 2002. Linking measured risk aversion to individual characteristics. Kyklos, 55, 3--26, 0023-5962

J. Hartog and A. Ranasinghe. 2002. Free education in Sri Lanka. Does it eliminate the family effect?. Economics of Education Review, 21, 623--633, 0272-7757

J. Hartog and E. Leuven and C.N. Teulings. 2002. Wages and the Bargaining Regime in a Corporatist Setting: the Netherlands. European Journal of Political Economy, 18, 317--331, 0176-2680

J. Hartog and P. Pereira and J. Vieira. 2002. Bargaining regimes and wages in Portugal. Portuguese Economic Journal, 1, 237--268, 1617-982X

J.S. Cramer and J. Hartog and N. Jonker and van Praag, C.M.. 2002. Low risk aversion encourages the choice for entrepreneurship: an empirical test of a truism. Journal of Economic Behavior \& Organization, 48, 29--36, 0167-2681

J. Hartog and P.T. Pereira and Cabral Vieira, J.A.. 2001. Inter-industry wage dispersion in Portugal. Empirica, 27, 353--364, 0340-8744

J. Hartog. 2001. On Human Capital and Individual Capabilities. Review of Income and Wealth. Applied Economics, 47, 515--540, 0003-6846

J. Hartog and P.T. Pereira and Cabral Vieira, J.A.. 2001. Changing returns to education in Portugal during the 1980s and early 1990s: OLS and quantile regression estimators. Applied Economics, 33, 1021--1037, 0003-6846

J. Hartog. 2001. On human capital and individual capabilities. Review of Income and Wealth, 47, 515--540, 0034-6586

J. Hartog and J.A.C. Vieira. 2001. Changing Returns to Education in Portugal during the 1980s and Early 1990s: OLS and Quantile Regression Estimators.. Applied Economics, 33, 1021--1037, 0003-6846

J. Hartog. 2000. Youth employment and joblessness in advanced countries. Journal of Economic Literature, 38, 965--966, 0022-0515

J. Hartog. 2000. Book review of Blanchflower \& Freeman [Review of: D.G. Blanchflower, R.G. Freeman (2000) Youth employment and joblessness in advanced countries]. Journal of Economic Literature, 38, 965--966, 0022-0515

J. Hartog. 2000. Review of youth employment and joblessness in advanced countries. Journal of Economic Literature, 38, 965--965, 0022-0515

J. Hartog. 2000. Over-education and earnings: Where are we, where should we go?. Economics of Education Review, 19, 131--147, 0272-7757

E.J.S. Plug and van Praag, B.M.S. and J. Hartog. 1999. If we knew ability, how would we tax individuals?. Journal of Public Economics, 72, 183--211, 0047-2727

J. Hartog. 1999. Wither Dutch Corporatism? Two decades of employment policies and welfare reforms. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 46, 458--487, 0036-9292

J. Hartog and A. Zorlu. 1999. Turkish clothing in Amsterdam: The rise and fall of a perfectly competitive labour market. De Economist, 147, 151--181, 0013-063X

H. Oosterbeek and J. Hartog. 1998. Health, wealth and happiness: Why pursue a higher education?. Economics of Education Review, 17, 245--256, 0272-7757

J. Hartog and W. Arulampalam and T. MacCurdy and J.J.M. Theeuwes. 1997. Replication and re-analysis.. Labour Economics, 4, 99--105, 0927-5371

J. Hartog and van Opstal, R. and C.N. Teulings. 1997. Inter-industry wage differentials and tenure effects in the Netherlands and the U.S.. De Economist, 145, 91--99, 0013-063X

J. Hartog and R. Opstal and C.N. Teulings. 1997. Inter industry wage differentials and tenure effects in the Netherlands and the United States.. De Economist, 145, 91--99, 0013-063X

J. Hartog and van Ophem, J.C.M.. 1994. On-the-job search and the cyclical sensitivity of job mobility. European Economic Review, 38, 802--808, 0014-2921

W. Groot and J. Hartog and H. Oosterbeek. 1994. Costs and revenues of investment in enterprise-related schooling. Oxford Economic Papers, 46, 658--675, 0030-7653

J. Hartog and H. Oosterbeek. 1993. Public and private sector wages in the Netherlands. European Economic Review, 37, 97--114, 0014-2921

J. Hartog and van Ophem, J.C.M. and W. Vijverberg. 1993. Job complexity and wages. International Economic Review, 34, 853--872, 0020-6598

J. Hartog. 1993. Post-war unemployment in the Netherlands. European Journal of Political Economy, 9, 73--112, 0176-2680

H. Oosterbeek and W. Groot and J. Hartog. 1992. An empirical analysis of university choice and earnings. De Economist, 140, 293--309, 0013-063X

J. Hartog. 1990. Young mediterraneans in the Dutch labour market: A comparative analysis of allocation and earnings. Oxford Economic Papers, 42, 379--401, 0030-7653

J. Hartog. 1989. (Non-)graduation and the earnings function: An inquiry on self-selection. European Economic Review, 33, 1373--1395, 0014-2921

J. Hartog. 1989. Survey non-response in relation to ability and family background: Structure and effects on estimated earnings functions. Applied Economics, 21, 387--395, 0003-6846

J. Hartog and H.J. Bierens. 1988. Non-linear regression with discrete explanatory variables, with an application to the earnings function.. Journal of Econometrics, 38, 269--299, 0304-4076

J. Hartog. 1988. Poverty and the measurement of individual welfare: A review article.. Journal of Human Resources, 23, 243--266, 0022-166X

H. Oosterbeek and J. Hartog. 1988. Education, Allocation and Earnings in the Netherlands: Overschooling?. Economics of Education Review, 7, 185--194, 0272-7757

J. Hartog and H. Oosterbeek. 1988. Education, allocation and earnings in the Netherlands: Overschooling?. Economics of Education Review, 7, 185--194, 0272-7757

J. Hartog and E. Mekkelholt and van Ophem, J.C.M.. 1988. Testing the relevance of job search for job mobility. Economics Letters, 27, 299--303, 0165-1765

J. Hartog. 1988. An ordered response model for allocation and earnings. Kyklos, 41, 113--141, 0023-5962

J. Hartog. 1986. Allocation and the earnings function.. Empirical Economics, 11, 97--110, 0377-7332

J. Hartog. 1986. Earnings functions: Beyond human capital. Applied Economics, 18, 1291--1309, 0003-6846