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van Vuuren, Daniel J.


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CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis


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What Explains the Variation in Estimates of Labour Supply Elasticities? | Show Abstract | Download This Paper | Open PDF in Browser |
Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute for Economic Research Working Paper Series No. 1633
Number of Pages in PDF File: 28
Evers, Michiel
Tinbergen Institute - Economics
De Mooij, Ruud A.
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
van Vuuren, Daniel J.
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
Posted:
18 Jan 06
231
(84,702)
16

2.   Incl. Electronic Paper
Wolthoff, Ronald P.
University of Toronto - Department of Economics
Euwals, Rob
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Research
van Vuuren, Daniel J.
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
Posted:
01 Mar 06
Last Revised:
28 Jun 06
153
(125,093)
14

3.  
Euwals, Rob
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Research
Knoef, Marike
Leiden University, Institute of Tax Law and Economics
van Vuuren, Daniel J.
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
Posted:
23 May 08
97
(177,718)
5

4.   Incl. Electronic Paper
van Vuuren, Daniel J.
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
Posted:
09 Mar 11
Last Revised:
11 Jun 14
77
(205,590)
1

5.  
What Explains the Variation in Estimates of Labour Supply Elasticities? | Show Abstract | Download This Paper | Open PDF in Browser |
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper No. 06-017/3
Number of Pages in PDF File: 27
Evers, Michiel
Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
De Mooij, Ruud A.
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
van Vuuren, Daniel J.
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
Posted:
24 Feb 06
62
(231,794)
16

6.   Incl. Electronic Paper
Euwals, Rob
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Research
van Vuren, Annemiek
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
van Vuuren, Daniel J.
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
Posted:
03 Jul 11
Last Revised:
04 Jul 11
31
(308,111)
 

7.   Incl. Electronic Paper
Vermeer, Niels
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
van Rooij, Maarten
De Nederlandsche Bank
van Vuuren, Daniel J.
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
Posted:
06 Jun 14
Last Revised:
03 Mar 15
28
(318,662)
 

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Hidden Unemployment in Disability Insurance | Show Abstract | Add to Cart |
LABOUR, Vol. 21, Issue 4-5, pp. 611-636, December 2007
Number of Pages in PDF File: 26
Koning, Pierre
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
van Vuuren, Daniel J.
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
Posted:
18 Nov 07
7
(409,919)
4

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The Decline of Substitute Pathways into Retirement: Empirical Evidence from the Dutch Health Care Sector | Show Abstract | Add to Cart |
International Social Security Review, Vol. 65, Issue 3, pp. 101-122, 2012
Number of Pages in PDF File: 22
Euwals, Rob
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Research
van Vuren, Annemiek
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
van Vuuren, Daniel J.
CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis
Posted:
04 Jul 12
1
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