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  • Edwin Leuven - Homepage
    Contact E mail 101 100 119 105 110 046 108 101 117 118 101 110 064 101 099 111 110 046 117 105 111 046 110 111 Department of Economics University of Oslo Postboks 1095 Blindern 0317 Oslo Norway tel

    Original URL path: http://leuven.economists.nl/ (2016-02-06)
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  • Edwin Leuven - Research
    pdf with Adam S Booij and Hessel Oosterbeek Education and Cancer Risk Abstract pdf with Erik Plug and Marte Rønning The responsiveness of training participation to tax deductibility Abstract pdf with Hessel Oosterbeek Splitting tournaments Abstract pdf with Hessel Oosterbeek

    Original URL path: http://leuven.economists.nl/papers.php (2016-02-06)
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  • Edwin Leuven - Publications
    2011 637 658 with Hessel Oosterbeek and Joep Sonnemans and Bas van der Klaauw Overeducation and mismatch in the labor market In E Hanushek S Machin and L Woessmann eds Handbook of the Economics of Education Elsevier 2011 with Hessel Oosterbeek The effect of financial rewards on students achievement Evidence from a randomized experiment Journal of the European Economic Association 8 6 2010 1243 1265 with Hessel Oosterbeek and Bas van der Klaauw Expanding schooling opportunities for 4 year olds Economics of Education Review 29 3 2010 319 328 with Mikael Lindahl and Hessel Oosterbeek and Dinand Webbink An alternative approach to estimate the wage returns to private sector training Journal of Applied Econometrics 23 2008 423 434 with Hessel Oosterbeek Quasi experimental estimates of the effect of class size on achievement in Norway Scandinavian Journal of Economics Special issue on Economics of Education and Human Capital Accumulation A Krueger and A Björklund eds 110 4 2008 663 693 with Hessel Oosterbeek and Marte Roenning The effect of extra funding for disadvantaged students on achievement Review of Economics and Statistics 89 4 2007 721 736 with Mikael Lindahl and Hessel Oosterbeek and Dinand Webbink Workplace Training in Europe In Giorgio Brunello and Pietro Garibaldi and Etienne Wasmer eds Education and Training in Europe Ch 8 13 Oxford University Press 2006 with Andrea Bassanini and Alison L Booth and Giorgio Brunello and Maria De Paola The Effectiveness of Human Capital Policies for Disadvantaged Groups in the Netherlands In P Peterson and L Woessmann eds Schools and the Equal Opportunity Problem MIT Press 2006 with Hessel Oosterbeek The economics of private sector training A review of the literature Journal of Economic Surveys 19 1 2005 91 111 Reprinted in Recent Developments in the Economics of Training International Library of Critical Writings in

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  • Edwin Leuven - Software
    formatted papers but without the headaches insert a column in a tabular anyone and bleary eyes think formulas Did I tell you that it s free If you do some number crunching take a look at R a free software environment for statistical computing And do not forget to install RStudio Getting started in R can be overwhelming Luckily there is a webpage that nicely summarizes what packages are available

    Original URL path: http://leuven.economists.nl/stata.php (2016-02-06)
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  • Mr. Ed Leuven - Motto
    That is of course unless the horse is the famous Mister Ed Go right to the source and ask the horse he ll give you the answer that you ll endorse He s always on a steady course Talk to Mister Ed People yakkity yak a streak and waste your time o day But Mister Ed will never speak unless he has something to say A horse is a horse

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  • Edwin Leuven - Ability peer effects in university: Evidence from a randomized experiment (R&R Review of Economic Studies)
    manipulated the composition of groups to achieve a wide range of support and assigned students conditional on their ability randomly The data support a specification in which the group composition is captured by the mean and standard deviation of prior ability and their squares and interaction Estimates from this specification imply that students of low and medium ability gain on average 0 2 SD units of achievement from switching from

    Original URL path: http://leuven.economists.nl/abstract.php?citekey=booijLeuvenOosterbeek2014 (2016-02-06)
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  • Edwin Leuven - Education and Cancer Risk
    known about the extent to which education is causally linked to cancer incidence and mortality This paper exploits a large social experiment where an education reform expanded compulsory schooling during the 1960s in Norway The reform led to a discontinuous increase in educational attainment which we exploit to estimate the effect of the reform on various cancer outcomes Our main finding is that education has little if any impact on

    Original URL path: http://leuven.economists.nl/abstract.php?citekey=leuvenplugroenning2014 (2016-02-06)
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  • Edwin Leuven - The responsiveness of training participation to tax deductibility
    Dutch tax system allows a deduction of out of pocket training expenditures from taxable income This paper investigates to what extent the resulting cost reduction encourages training investments Two different identification strategies are used The first strategy uses the progressive structure of the income tax scheme and compares groups with taxable income just above or just below kinks The second strategy takes advantage of the 2001 tax reform which implied

    Original URL path: http://leuven.economists.nl/abstract.php?citekey=leuvenOosterbeek2006 (2016-02-06)
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