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  • Jacobse, A.E. (2008) Meta-cognition: A recent review of research, theory, and perspectives - TIER research
    Education Economics Programme Call for papers Keynote speakers Registration and fees Travel and stay Social programme Contact Organisers News Links Contact Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Meta cognition A recent review of research theory and perspectives Abstract Helms Lorenz M Jacobse A E 2008 Metacognitive skills of the gifted from acoss cultural perspective In M F Shaughnessy M V J Veenman C Kleyn Kennedy Eds Meta cognition A recent review of research theory and perspectives pp 3 43 Hauppage Nova Science Publishers Related information Related People Annemieke Jacobse MSc TIER About Tier About Tier UvA About Tier UM About Tier RUG Tier Business Plan TIER Midterm Report 2010 Vacancies People All People People UvA People UM People RUG Visiting scholars Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Education Programme Master MEBIT Master MEPE Premaster MEBIT Academische Meesterwerken Enrollment Courses Graduate program Workshops Seminars Workshop on Education Economics News LEER Workshop on Education Economics Nederland in ideeën 2015 Brede scholen leiden niet tot beter onderwijs Twee onderzoeksaanvragen gehonoreerd Invloed van een ICT tool op onderwijsprestaties en efficiëntie Links Contact Contact us BEE Resultaten Primair onderwijs

    Original URL path: http://www.tierweb.nl/tier/working-papers-overview/working-papers/jacobse,-a.e.-%282008%29-meta-cognition-a-recent-review-of-research,-theory,-and-perspectives.html (2015-12-05)
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  • Marques, R. and De Witte, K. (2009), Is big better? On scale and scope economies in the Portuguese water sector. mimeo. - TIER research
    den Brink Abstract We estimate a collective time allocation model where two earner households behave as if the spouses maximize a household utility function and where one earner households where only the man works behave as if the spouses maximize a household utility function conditional on the zero job hour choice of the woman We find that the shape of the individual indifference curves are mainly influenced by leisure and the household income For one earner households also household production is important and this is because there are relatively more children in these households Differences between one earner and two earner households seem to reflect the difference in specialization behavior of the spouses Women in one earner households have more bargaining power than their partner and we find the opposite for two earner households The bargaining position in two earner households is determined by the individual wages while for one earner households it is determined by the wage rate of the man the number of children and age Finally we evaluate how one extra hour of female labor supply influences the household and the individual utility levels assuming that the labor supply of women may be non optimal for both one and two earner households An increase of the woman s labor hours would be a Pareto improvement for two earner households For one earner households we find that an extra hour of labor is beneficial for the household and for the woman but not for the man Related information Related People Prof dr De Witte Kristof TIER About Tier About Tier UvA About Tier UM About Tier RUG Tier Business Plan TIER Midterm Report 2010 Vacancies People All People People UvA People UM People RUG Visiting scholars Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working

    Original URL path: http://www.tierweb.nl/tier/working-papers-overview/working-papers/is-big-better-on-scale-and-scope-economies-in-the-portuguese-water-sector.-mimeo.html (2015-12-05)
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  • Werkt het scholingsbudget? - TIER research
    Leven lang leren is vooral leren op de werkplek Het overgrote deel van de scholing die na het initieel onderwijs wordt gevolgd is op een of andere manier gericht op verbetering van de arbeidsmarktpositie of de loopbaanmogelijkheden in het bedrijf waar men werkt Jaarlijks volgt ongeveer een derde van alle Nederlandse werknemers een bedrijfsopleiding Dit zijn ruim 1 3 miljoen werknemers Deze opleidingen kosten in totaal zo n 3 1 miljard euro ofwel 0 6 van het BNP Een overzichtsstudie van Groot Maassen van den Brink 2008 geeft aan dat het rendement van bedrijfsopleidingen hoog is Studies die hebben gekeken naar het effect van bedrijfsopleidingen op productiviteit geven aan dat een 10 toename van de investering in bedrijfsopleiding leidt tot een 0 7 tot 73 toename van de arbeidsproductiviteit Ook werknemers profiteren van bedrijfsopleidingen deelname aan bedrijfsopleidingen leidt tot 1 8 loongroei De verschillen in uitkomst worden verklaard door verschillen in de aard en omvang van de scholing meetmethoden en de mate waarin scholing productief wordt gemaakt op de arbeidsmarkt De deelname aan bedrijfsgerelateerde scholing is niet voor iedereen gelijk Mannen volgen vaker een opleiding dan vrouwen voltijders vaker dan deeltijders werknemers in de publieke sector vaker dan werknemers in de marktsector en jongere werknemers vaker dan oudere werknemers om een paar verschillen in de deelname aan scholing te noemen Related information Related People Prof dr Henriëtte Maassen van den Brink Prof dr Wim Groot Working Paper Download TIER About Tier About Tier UvA About Tier UM About Tier RUG Tier Business Plan TIER Midterm Report 2010 Vacancies People All People People UvA People UM People RUG Visiting scholars Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Education Programme Master MEBIT Master MEPE Premaster MEBIT Academische Meesterwerken Enrollment Courses Graduate program Workshops Seminars Workshop

    Original URL path: http://www.tierweb.nl/tier/working-papers-overview/working-papers/werkt-het-scholingsbudget.html (2015-12-05)
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  • Nyasha Tirivayi, Henriëtte Maassen van den Brink and Wim Groot (2012). Size and Economies of Scale in Higher Education and the Implications for Mergers - TIER research
    Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Size and Economies of Scale in Higher Education and the Implications for Mergers Nyasha Tirivayi Henriëtte Maassen van den Brink and Wim Groot This paper carries out a meta regression analysis to estimate the optimal size of higher education institutions HEI and identify its implications for strategies of mergers in higher education This study finds an optimal institutional size of 24 954 students We find potential opportunities for merging different HEIs relative to their mean sample size public universities by nearly 190 private universities by 131 small colleges by around 952 and non US HEIs by about 118 However if we compare with actual sizes of top ranked universities we find that in some parts of the world top ranked universities seem to be below optimal size while in others they appear above optimal size We urge caution in the interpretation of the findings due to the limited data We recommend further research and that policymakers around the world refer to their own cost structures to determine the optimal size for efficiency JEL Classification I23 I21 I22 Keywords Size economies of scale higher education mergers optimal size Related information Related People Prof dr Henriëtte Maassen van den Brink Prof dr Wim Groot Working Paper Download TIER About Tier About Tier UvA About Tier UM About Tier RUG Tier Business Plan TIER Midterm Report 2010 Vacancies People All People People UvA People UM People RUG Visiting scholars Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Education Programme Master MEBIT Master MEPE Premaster MEBIT Academische Meesterwerken Enrollment Courses Graduate program Workshops Seminars Workshop on Education Economics News LEER Workshop on Education Economics Nederland in ideeën 2015 Brede scholen leiden niet tot beter

    Original URL path: http://www.tierweb.nl/tier/working-papers-overview/working-papers/size-and-economies-of-scale-in-higher-education-and-the-implications-for-mergers.html (2015-12-05)
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  • De Witte, Kristof & Rogge, Nicky: Dropout from secondary education: All's well that begins well - TIER research
    Call for papers Keynote speakers Registration and fees Travel and stay Social programme Contact Organisers News Links Contact Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Dropout from secondary education All s well that begins well Kristof De Witte Nicky Rogge Abstract Despite the increased attention to students leaving secondary education without a diploma numerous students still dropout yearly This paper makes a distinction between the individual perspective and the institutional perspective of dropping out The former is explored by multinominal logit models We observe that particularly motivation of the student and interest in schooling of his her parents are crucial predictors of the individual dropout decision The institutional perspective is examined by ordered logit models In particular we discuss the influence of the first year of secondary education by analyzing the large differences in the number of dropouts in Dutch first year classes We observe that more than motivation the first year of secondary education is crucial in shaping the dropping out decision Keywords Dropout Secondary education Motivation First year Logit Unobserved heterogeneity The Netherlands JEL classification I21 C35 Related information Related People Dr Chris Van Klaveren Prof dr De Witte Kristof Working Paper Download TIER About Tier About Tier UvA About Tier UM About Tier RUG Tier Business Plan TIER Midterm Report 2010 Vacancies People All People People UvA People UM People RUG Visiting scholars Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Education Programme Master MEBIT Master MEPE Premaster MEBIT Academische Meesterwerken Enrollment Courses Graduate program Workshops Seminars Workshop on Education Economics News LEER Workshop on Education Economics Nederland in ideeën 2015 Brede scholen leiden niet tot beter onderwijs Twee onderzoeksaanvragen gehonoreerd Invloed van een ICT tool op onderwijsprestaties en efficiëntie Links Contact Contact us

    Original URL path: http://www.tierweb.nl/tier/working-papers-overview/working-papers/dropout-from-secondary-education-alls-well-that-begins-well.html (2015-12-05)
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  • Oosterbeek, H. & Ewijk, Reyn van. Gender peer effects in university: Evidence from a randomized experiment - TIER research
    Contact Organisers News Links Contact Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Oosterbeek H Ewijk Reyn van Gender peer effects in university Evidence from a randomized experiment Hessel Oosterbeek and Reyn van Ewijk Abstract Recent studies for primary and secondary education find positive effects of the share of girls in the classroom on achievement of boys and girls This study examines whether these results can be extrapolated to post secondary education We conduct an experiment in which the shares of girls in workgroups for first year students in economics and business are manipulated and students are randomly assigned to these groups Boys tend to postpone their dropout decision when surrounded by more girls and there is also a modest reduction in early absenteeism On the other hand boys perform worse on courses with high math content when assigned to a group with many girls Overall however we fail to find substantial gender peer effects on achievement This in spite of the fact that students in groups with many girls help each other more often and study together more often JEL codes I22 I28 D83 Keywords Field experiment Peer effects University students Related information Related People prof dr Hessel Oosterbeek Related Projects Performance standards on mathematics Working Paper Download TIER About Tier About Tier UvA About Tier UM About Tier RUG Tier Business Plan TIER Midterm Report 2010 Vacancies People All People People UvA People UM People RUG Visiting scholars Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Education Programme Master MEBIT Master MEPE Premaster MEBIT Academische Meesterwerken Enrollment Courses Graduate program Workshops Seminars Workshop on Education Economics News LEER Workshop on Education Economics Nederland in ideeën 2015 Brede scholen leiden niet tot beter onderwijs Twee onderzoeksaanvragen gehonoreerd

    Original URL path: http://www.tierweb.nl/tier/working-papers-overview/working-papers/oosterbeek,-h.-en-ewijk,-reyn-van.-gender-peer-effects-in-university-evidence-from-a-randomized-experiment.html (2015-12-05)
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  • Rud, Iryna, Van Klaveren, Chris, Groot, Wim, Maassen van den Brink, Henriette: The Effect of Restorative Juvenile Justice on Future Educational Outcomes - TIER research
    Travel and stay Social programme Contact Organisers News Links Contact Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG The Effect of Restorative Juvenile Justice on Future Educational Outcomes Iryna Rud Chris Van Klaveren Wim Groot Henriette Maassen van den Brink Abstract In this article we study the eff ects of a Dutch restorative justice program for adolescent first time o ffenders on early school leaving and years of education attained Causal statistical estimates are presented using data from a randomized experiment in which 944 adolescent o ffenders are randomly assigned to the experimental condition and by linking these data to registration data that track the educational careers of all adolescents in the Netherlands We found that the program reduces early school leaving by 6 percentage points and increases years of education attained by 0 29 years The findings show that restorative juvenile justice programs have signi cant educational benefi ts and should be considered as a tool to reduce early school leaving and increase educational attainment JEL Codes I2 K4 C93 Keywords Restorative Justive Education Juvenile Crime Field Experiment Related information Related People Dr Chris Van Klaveren Iryna Rud Prof dr Henriëtte Maassen van den Brink Prof dr Wim Groot Working Paper Download TIER About Tier About Tier UvA About Tier UM About Tier RUG Tier Business Plan TIER Midterm Report 2010 Vacancies People All People People UvA People UM People RUG Visiting scholars Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Education Programme Master MEBIT Master MEPE Premaster MEBIT Academische Meesterwerken Enrollment Courses Graduate program Workshops Seminars Workshop on Education Economics News LEER Workshop on Education Economics Nederland in ideeën 2015 Brede scholen leiden niet tot beter onderwijs Twee onderzoeksaanvragen gehonoreerd Invloed van een ICT tool op

    Original URL path: http://www.tierweb.nl/tier/working-papers-overview/working-papers/the-effect-of-restorative-juvenile-justice-on-future-educational-outcomes.html (2015-12-05)
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  • Ruijs, N. Special needs students in regular education: Do they affect their classmates? - TIER research
    fees Your profile Interested Workshops Seminars Workshop on Education Economics Programme Call for papers Keynote speakers Registration and fees Travel and stay Social programme Contact Organisers News Links Contact Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Ruijs N Special needs students in regular education Do they affect their classmates Related information Related People Nienke Ruijs MSc Working Paper Download Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Special needs students in regular education Do they affect their classmates Abstract The impact on regular students is a prominent concern in the inclusive education debate Recent studies find that the presence of students with special educational needs harms the achievement of regular students This study investigates inclusive practices in Dutch primary and secondary education where regular schools get substantial financial compensation for educating students with special educational needs Using student fixed effects school fixed effects and neighborhood variation I consistently cannot reject that there are no effects of inclusive education although the coefficients are precisely estimated Keywords education economics inclusive education special needs peers achievement JEL classification I21 I22 I28 TIER About Tier About Tier UvA About Tier UM About Tier RUG Tier Business Plan TIER Midterm Report 2010 Vacancies People All People People UvA People UM People RUG Visiting scholars Working Papers All Working Papers Working Papers UvA Working Papers UM Working Papers RUG Education Programme Master MEBIT Master MEPE Premaster MEBIT Academische Meesterwerken Enrollment Courses Graduate program Workshops Seminars Workshop on Education Economics News LEER Workshop on Education Economics Nederland in ideeën 2015 Brede scholen leiden niet tot beter onderwijs Twee onderzoeksaanvragen gehonoreerd Invloed van een ICT tool op onderwijsprestaties en efficiëntie Links Contact Contact us BEE Resultaten Primair onderwijs Voortgezet onderwijs Middelbaar beroepsonderwijs Hoger onderwijs Overig

    Original URL path: http://www.tierweb.nl/tier/working-papers-overview/working-papers/ruijs,-n.-special-needs-students-in-regular-education-do-they-affect-their-classmates.html (2015-12-05)
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