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Dinand Webbink

Research Fellow

University
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Empirical Microeconomics
Interests
Education, Policy Evaluation

List of publications

Balart, P, Oosterveen, M. and Webbink, H.D. (2018). Test scores, noncognitive skills and economic growth Economics of Education Review, 63(April):134--153.

Kapoor, S.V., Oosterveen, C.M. and Webbink, H.D. (2018). The Price of Forced Attendance (Revise and Resubmit) Journal of Applied Econometrics, :.

Webbink, H.D., van Erp, J. and van Gastel, F. (2018). The Effect of Media Exposure of Suspects on Solving Crime Economic Journal, 127(600):547--570.

Gerritsen, S., Plug, E. and Webbink, D. (2017). Teacher Quality and Student Achievement: Evidence from a Sample of Dutch Twins Journal of Applied Econometrics, 32(3):643--660.

Gerritsen, S.B., Webbink, H.D. and ter Weel, B. (2017). Sorting Around the Discontinuity Threshold: The Case of a Neighbourhood Investment Programme De Economist, 165(1):101--128.

Misheva, V.V., Webbink, H.D. and Martin, NG (2017). The effect of child maltreatment on illegal and problematic behavior: new evidence on the ‘cycle of violence’ using twins data Journal of Population Economics, 30(4):1035--1067.

Akcomak, S., Webbink, H.D. and ter Weel, B. (2016). Why Did the Netherlands Develop So Early? The Legacy of the Brethren of the Common Life Economic Journal, 126(593):821--860.

van der Steeg, M, van Elk, R. and Webbink, H.D. (2015). Does intensive coaching reduce school dropout? Evidence from a randomized experiment Economics of Education Review, 48(Okt 2015):184--197.

Hidalgo, D., Oosterbeek, H. and Webbink, D. (2014). The Impact of Training Vouchers on Low-skilled Workers Labour Economics, 31:117--128.

Plug, E, Webbink, H.D. and Martin, N.M. (2014). Sexual Orientation, Prejudice and Segregation Journal of Labor Economics, 32(1):123--159.

Webbink, H.D., Vujic, S, Koning, P and Martin, NG (2013). Why are criminals less educated than non criminals? Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 29(1):115--144.

Zubanov, N.V., Webbink, H.D. and Martin, NG (2013). The effect of schooling on problem drinking: Evidence from Australian twins Applied Economics, 45(12):1583--1599.

Webbink, H.D., Vujic, S, Koning, P and Martin, NG (2012). The effect of childhood conduct disorder on human capital accumulation Health Economics, 21(8):928--945.

Oosterbeek, H. and Webbink, D. (2011). Does studying abroad induce a brain drain Economica, 78(310):347--366.

van Elk, R., van der Steeg, M.W. and Webbink, H.D. (2011). Does the timing of tracking affect higher education completion Economics of Education Review, 30(5):1009--1021.

Webbink, H.D., Martin, NG and Visscher, P.M. (2011). Does teenage childbearing reduce investment in human capital? Journal of Population Economics, 24(2):701--730.

Berkhout, P., Hartog, J. and Webbink, D. (2010). Compensation for earnings risk under worker heterogeneity Southern Economic Journal, 76(3):762--790.

Leuven, E., Lindahl, M., Oosterbeek, H. and Webbink, D. (2010). Expanding schooling opportunities for 4-year-olds Economics of Education Review, 29(3):319--328.

Noailly, J, Jacobs, B. and Webbink, H.D. (2010). Should the Government Intervene in the Market for Scientist and Engineers? Applied Economics Letters, 18(4):371--375.

Webbink, H.D., Martin, NG and Visscher, P.M. (2010). Does education reduce the probability of being overweight Journal of Health Economics, 29(1):29--38.