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Home | People | Maarten Lindeboom

Maarten Lindeboom

Research Fellow

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Research field
Empirical Microeconomics
Health, Labor

Key publications

List of publications

van den Berg, Gerard J. and Gerdtham, Ulf G. and von Hinke, Stephanie and Maarten Lindeboom and Johannes Lissdaniels and Jan Sundquist and Kristina Sundquist. 2017. Mortality and the business cycle: Evidence from individual and aggregated data. Journal of Health Economics, 56, 61--70, 0167-6296

Krabbe-Alkemade, Y. J F M and Groot, T. L C M and M. Lindeboom. 2017. Competition in the Dutch hospital sector: an analysis of health care volume and cost. The European Journal of Health Economics, 18, 139--153, 1618-7598

R.S. Scholte and van den Berg, G.J. and M. Lindeboom and D.J.H. Deeg. 2017. Does the Size of the Effect of Adverse Events at High Ages on Daily-Life Physical Functioning Depend on the Economic Conditions Around Birth?. Health Economics, 26, 86--103, 1057-9230

Maarten Lindeboom and Ana Llena-Nozal and van der Klaauw, Bas. 2016. Health shocks, disability and work. Labour Economics, 43, 186--200, 0927-5371

M. Lindeboom and van der Klaauw, B. and S. Vriend. 2016. Audit rates and compliance: a field experiment in care provision. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 131-part B, 160--173, 0167-2681

P.W.C. Koning and M. Lindeboom. 2015. The Rise and Fall of Disability Enrollment in the Netherlands. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 29, 151--172, 0895-3309

R.S. Scholte and van den Berg, G.J. and M. Lindeboom. 2015. Long-run effects of gestation during the Dutch Hunger Winter famine on labor market and hospitalization outcomes. Journal of Health Economics, 39, 17--30, 0167-6296

G.Y.C. Yeung and van den Berg, G.J. and M. Lindeboom and F.R.M. Portrait. 2014. The impact of Early Life Economic Conditions on Cause Specfic Mortality During Adulthood. Journal of Population Economics, 27, 895--919, 0933-1433

M. Lindeboom and R. Montizaan and de Grip, A.. 2012. Shattered Dreams: The effect of Changing the Pensions System Late in the Game. Economic Journal, 122, 1--25, 0013-0133

J.A. Bolhaar and van der Klaauw, B. and M. Lindeboom. 2012. A dynamic analysis of the demand for health insurance and health care. European Economic Review, 56, 669--690, 0014-2921

M. Lindeboom and von Gaudecker, H.K.G. and N.B. Coe and J. Maurer. 2012. The effect of retirement on cognitive functioning. Health Economics, 21, 913--927, 1057-9230

de Jong, Ph. and M. Lindeboom and van der Klaauw, B.. 2011. Screening disability insurance applications. Journal of the European Economic Association, 9, 106--129, 1542-4766

M. Lindeboom and Bago D'uva, T. and O. O'Donnell and van Doorslaer, E.. 2011. Slipping anchor? Testing the vignettes approach to identification and correction of reporting heterogeneity. Journal of Human Resources, 46, 875--906, 0022-166X

M. Lindeboom and P.G Gomez and von Gaudecker, H.K.G.. 2011. Health, disability and work: patterns for the working age population. International Tax and Public Finance, 18, 146--165, 0927-5940

van den Berg, G.J. and M. Lindeboom and F.R.M. Portrait. 2011. Conjugal bereavement effects on health and mortality at advanced ages. Journal of Health Economics, 30, 774--794, 0167-6296

van den Berg, G.J. and D.J.H. Deeg and M. Lindeboom and F.R.M. Portrait. 2010. The role of early-life conditions in the cognitive decline due to adverse events later in life. Economic Journal, 120, F411--F428, 0013-0133

M. Lindeboom and F.R.M. Portrait and van den Berg, G.J.. 2010. Long-run effects on longevity of a nutritional shock early in life: The Dutch potato famine of 1846-1847. Journal of Health Economics, 29, 617--629, 0167-6296

M. Lindeboom and R. Mendes and van den Berg, G.J.. 2010. An empirical assessment of assortative matching in the labor market. Labour Economics, 17, 919--929, 0927-5371

M. Lindeboom and M. Kerkhofs. 2009. Health and Work of the Elderly: Subtective Health Measures, Reportnig errors and Endogeneity in the Relationship between Health and Work r. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 24, 1024--1046, 0883-7252

M. Lindeboom and Llena Nozal, A. and van der Klaauw, B.. 2009. Parental education and child health: evidence from a schooling reform. Journal of Health Economics, 28, 109--131, 0167-6296

Bago d’Uva, T. and van Doorslaer, E. and M. Lindeboom and O. O’Donnell. 2008. Does reporting heterogeneity bias the measurement of health disparities?. Health Economics, 17, 351--375, 1057-9230

F.R.M. Portrait and M. Lindeboom and van den Berg, G.J.. 2006. Economic conditions early in life and individual mortality. American Economic Review, 96, 290--302, 0002-8282

M. Mastrogiacomo and R.J.M. Alessie and M. Lindeboom. 2004. Retirement behaviour of Dutch Elderly households. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 19, 777--793, 0883-7252

F.R.M. Portrait and A.L. Nozal and M. Lindeboom. 2004. The effect of work on mental health : does occupation matter?. Journal of Health Economics, 13, 1045--1062, 0167-6296

M. Lindeboom and van Doorslaer, E.. 2004. Cut-point shift and index shift in self reported health. Journal of Health Economics, 23, 1083--1099, 0167-6296

M. Lindeboom and F.R.M. Portrait and van den Berg, G.J.. 2002. An econometric analysis of the mental-health effects of major events in the life of older individuals. Health Economics, 11, 505--520, 1057-9230

Maarten Lindeboom and Marcel Kerkhofs. 2000. Multistate models for clustered duration data - An application to workplace effects on individual sickness absenteeism. Review of Economics and Statistics, 82, 668--684, 0034-6535

M. Lindeboom and F.R.M. Portrait and D.J.H. Deeg. 2000. The use of long-term care services by the Dutch elderly. Health Economics, 9, 513--531, 1057-9230

F.R.M. Portrait and M. Lindeboom and D.J.H. Deeg. 1999. Health and mortality of the elderly: the grade of membership method, classification and determination. Health Economics, 8, 441--457, 1057-9230

M. Lindeboom and M. Kerkhofs and J. Theeuwes. 1999. Retirement, financial incentives and health. Labour Economics, 6, 203--228, 0927-5371

van den Berg, G.J. and M. Lindeboom. 1998. Attrition in panel survey data and the estimation of multi-state labor market models. Journal of Human Resources, 33, 458--478, 0022-166X

M. Lindeboom and M. Kerkhofs. 1997. Age related health dynamics and changes in labour market status. Journal of Health Economics, 6, 407--423, 0167-6296

M. Kerkhofs and M. Lindeboom. 1995. Subjective Health Measures and State Dependent Reporting Errors. Health Economics, 4, 221--235, 1057-9230

van den Berg, G.J. and M. Lindeboom and G. Ridder. 1994. Attrition in Longitudinal Panel Data and the Empirical Analysis of Dynamic Labour Market Behaviour. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 9, 421--435, 0883-7252

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M. Lindeboom and J.J.M. Theeuwes. 1993. Search, Benefits and Entitlement. Economica, 60, 327--346, 0013-0427

M. Lindeboom and J.J.M. Theeuwes. 1991. Job Duration in the Netherlands: the co-existence of high turnover and permanent job attachment. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 53, 243--264, 0305-9049

Jules Theeuwes and Marcel Kerkhofs and Maarten Lindeboom. 1990. Transition intensities in the Dutch labour market 1980-85. Applied Economics, 22, 1043--1061, 0003-6846

M.J.M. Kerkhofs and M. Lindeboom and J.J.M. Theeuwes. 1990. Transition Intensities in the Dutch Labour Market 1980-1985. Applied Economics, 0003-6846