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  • Economics of Entrepreneurship: An Interview with Mirjam van Praag - Tinbergen
    Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home News Economics of Entrepreneurship An Interview with Mirjam van Praag Local navigation List by Research Group Behavioral and Experimental Economics 45 Organizations and Markets 43 Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics 32 Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems 23 Econometrics and Operations Research 49 Finance 68 Labor Health Education and Development 26 Macroeconomics and International Economics 34 Show all 346 List by subject No subjects available Show all 346 News archive 2012 1 2013 93 2014 120 2015 118 2016 15 Show all 346 Article Economics of Entrepreneurship An Interview with Mirjam van Praag I must say that I was rather pleased however non neutral this attitude may be for an academic with this large effect of nurture as this result provides a strong motivation for policy and education fostering entrepreneurship Please click the link to read the full interview with Mirjam van Praag 14114 TI magazine 28 14114 TI magazine 28 Related Content Upcoming seminars FEB 08 2016 Do Say on Pay Votes restrain CEO Salaries A

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  • Discussion paper - Tinbergen
    Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Discussion paper Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 Article Employee Recognition and Performance A Field Experiment PDF File 13 038 VII 2013 03 04 Author s Christiane Bradler ZEW Centre for European Economic Research Mannheim Germany Robert Dur Erasmus University Rotterdam the Netherlands Susanne Neckermann Erasmus University Rotterdam the Netherlands Arjan Non Maastricht University the Netherlands Keywords Employee motivation recognition reciprocity conformity field experiment JEL codes C93 M52 This paper reports the results from a controlled field experiment designed to investigate the causal effect of unannounced public recognition on employee performance We hired more than 300 employees to work on a three hour data entry task In a random sample of work groups workers unexpectedly

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  • Fellow Henri de Groot appointed Crown member of the SER - Tinbergen
    Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home News Fellow Henri de Groot appointed Crown member of the SER Local navigation List by Research Group Behavioral and Experimental Economics 45 Organizations and Markets 43 Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics 32 Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems 23 Econometrics and Operations Research 49 Finance 68 Labor Health Education and Development 26 Macroeconomics and International Economics 34 Show all 346 List by subject No subjects available Show all 346 News archive 2012 1 2013 93 2014 120 2015 118 2016 15 Show all 346 Article Fellow Henri de Groot appointed Crown member of the SER TI congratulates fellow Henri de Groot who was named as Crown appointed member of the Social Economic Council of the Netherlands SER by the Dutch Cabinet on Friday December 18 2015 The SER is the main advisory body to the Dutch government and the parliament on national and international social and economic policy De Groot is professor in Regional Economic Dynamics at VU University Amsterdam and affiliated to the Department of Spatial Economics and Ecorys Rotterdam Read more here Related Content Upcoming seminars

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  • Fellow Hans Koster receives Van der Knaap Prize - Tinbergen
    Economics 45 Organizations and Markets 43 Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics 32 Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems 23 Econometrics and Operations Research 49 Finance 68 Labor Health Education and Development 26 Macroeconomics and International Economics 34 Show all 346 List by subject No subjects available Show all 346 News archive 2012 1 2013 93 2014 120 2015 118 2016 15 Show all 346 Article Fellow Hans Koster receives Van der Knaap Prize TI Fellow Hans Koster received the Van der Knaap Prize for his dissertation on The Internal Structure of Cities The Economics of Agglomeration Amenities and Accessibility His dissertation researches the economic forces that shape the internal structure of cities such as agglomeration economies which may occur when firms cluster together at specific locations and urban amenities which attract households to cities De Van der Knaap Prize 10 000 is awarded by the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen and is established to encourage and support young researchers in the areas of economic and social geography and urban and regional economics The award ceremony will be held on October 28 in Haarlem Read more about the KHMW and Hans Koster About Hans Koster Hans Koster 1987 is an assistant professor at the department of spatial economics VU University Amsterdam He is an TI alumnus and received his PhD in 2013 from the VU University Amsterdam and was awarded the prestigious August Lösch Prize 2014 for his dissertation Hans also holds an MSc cum laude in spatial economics from the VU Hans is also affiliated as Research Associate with the Spatial Economnics Research Centre at the London School of Economics He published in the Journal of Economic Geography Journal of Regional Science Regional Science and Urban Economics His research concerns the economic

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  • The Green Paradox - Tinbergen
    focuses on non cooperative game theory nonlinear dynamics and complex systems bounded rationality learning and heterogenous expectations dynamic models of collective behavior and social networks dynamic optimization Econometrics and Operations Research Research themes time series econometrics panel data Bayesian econometrics applied econometrics and econometric methodology Applications can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication The Green Paradox Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2009 12 2012 27 2011 27 Forthcoming 6 2008 16 2006 13 2013 41 2010 21 2007 7 2014 30 2015 29 2005 8 2004 4 2003 2 Show all 238 Article The Green Paradox Author s C A A M Withagen F van der Ploeg Email c a a m withagen vu nl f vander ploeg vu nl Journal Review of Environmental Economics and

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/keypublication/green-paradox/ (2016-02-06)
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  • International Capital Markets, Oil Producers and the Green Paradox - Tinbergen
    models of collective behavior and social networks dynamic optimization Econometrics and Operations Research Research themes time series econometrics panel data Bayesian econometrics applied econometrics and econometric methodology Applications can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication International Capital Markets Oil Producers and the Green Paradox Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2009 12 2012 27 2011 27 Forthcoming 6 2008 16 2006 13 2013 41 2010 21 2007 7 2014 30 2015 29 2005 8 2004 4 2003 2 Show all 238 Article International Capital Markets Oil Producers and the Green Paradox Author s G C van der Meijden F van der Ploeg C A A M Withagen Email g c vander meijden vu nl f vander ploeg vu nl c a a m withagen vu nl Journal

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/keypublication/international-capital-markets-oil-producers-green-paradox/ (2016-02-06)
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  • Long-Run versus Short-Run Perspectives on Consumer Scheduling: Evidence from a Revealed-Preference Experiment among Peak-Hour Road Commuters - Tinbergen
    and uncertainty and intertemporal choice Cooperative Behavior Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems This research group focuses on non cooperative game theory nonlinear dynamics and complex systems bounded rationality learning and heterogenous expectations dynamic models of collective behavior and social networks dynamic optimization Econometrics and Operations Research Research themes time series econometrics panel data Bayesian econometrics applied econometrics and econometric methodology Applications can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication Long Run versus Short Run Perspectives on Consumer Scheduling Evidence from a Revealed Preference Experiment among Peak Hour Road Commuters Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2009 12 2012 27 2011 27 Forthcoming 6 2008 16 2006 13 2013 41 2010 21 2007 7 2014 30 2015 29 2005 8 2004 4 2003 2 Show all 238 Article Long

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/keypublication/long-run-versus-short-run-perspectives-consumer-scheduling-evidence-revealed-preference-experiment-among-peak-hour-road-commuters/ (2016-02-06)
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  • Do Global Banks facilitate Foreign Direct Investment? - Tinbergen
    non cooperative game theory nonlinear dynamics and complex systems bounded rationality learning and heterogenous expectations dynamic models of collective behavior and social networks dynamic optimization Econometrics and Operations Research Research themes time series econometrics panel data Bayesian econometrics applied econometrics and econometric methodology Applications can be found in areas as diverse as monetary economics labor economics marketing and asset pricing Some fellows in this group focus on operations research Finance The Finance group at TI spans many of the core fields in finance asset pricing corporate finance financial econometrics market microstructure and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Keypublication Do Global Banks facilitate Foreign Direct Investment Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2009 12 2012 27 2011 27 Forthcoming 6 2008 16 2006 13 2013 41 2010 21 2007 7 2014 30 2015 29 2005 8 2004 4 2003 2 Show all 238 Article Do Global Banks facilitate Foreign Direct Investment Author s S Poelhekke Email steven poelhekke vu nl Journal European Economic Review 2015 76 25 46 The wave of globalization in finance during

    Original URL path: http://www.tinbergen.nl/keypublication/global-banks-facilitate-foreign-direct-investment/ (2016-02-06)
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