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Home | People | Hans van Ophem

Hans van Ophem

Research Fellow

University of Amsterdam
Research field
Applied Econometrics, Econometrics, Microeconomic Theory

Key publications

List of publications

van Ophem, H., van Giersbergen, N., van Garderen, K.J. and Bun, M. (2019). The cyclicality of R&D investment revisited Journal of Applied Econometrics, 34(2):315--324.

Ruijg, J. and van Ophem, H. (2015). Determinants of football transfers Applied Economics Letters, 22(1):12--19.

Berkhout, P., Hartog, J. and van Ophem, H. (2014). Starting wages respond to employer's risk Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 61(3):229--260.

Joustra, P., Meester, R. and van Ophem, H. (2013). Can statisticians beat surgeons at the planning of operations? Empirical Economics, 44(3):1697--1718.

Mazza, J., van Ophem, H. and Hartog, J. (2013). Unobserved heterogeneity and risk in wage variance: Does more schooling reduce earnings risk? Labour Economics, 24:323--338.

van Ophem, H. (2011). The frequency of visiting a doctor: is the decision to go independent of the frequency? Journal of Applied Econometrics, 26(5):872--879.

Jonker, N., van Ophem, H. and Hartog, J. (2006). Dual track or academic route for auditors: does it matter? Applied Economics, 38(9):1019--1035.

Leuven, E., Oosterbeek, H. and Van Ophem, H. (2004). Explaining international differences in male skill wage differentials by differences in demand and supply of skill Economic Journal, 114(495):466--486.

van Ophem, J.C.M. (2000). Modeling Selectivity in Count-Data Models Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, (18):503--511.

van Ophem, J.C.M. and Oosterbeek, H. (2000). Schooling Choices: Preferences, Discount Rates and Rates of Return Empirical Economics, (25):15--34.

van Ophem, J.C.M. (1999). A General Method to Estimate Correlated Discrete Random Variables Econometric Theory, (15):228--237.

van Ophem, J.C.M., Stam, P. and van Praag, B.M.S. (1999). Multichoice logit: modeling incomplete preference rankings of classical concerts Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 17(1):117--128.

van Ophem, J.C.M. and Schram, A. (1997). Sequential and Simultaneous Logit: A Nested Model. Empirical Economics, 22:131--152.

van Praag, C.M. and van Ophem, J.C.M. (1995). Determinants of willingness and opportunity to start as an entrepreneur Kyklos, 48:513--540.

Hartog, J. and van Ophem, J.C.M. (1994). On-the-job search and the cyclical sensitivity of job mobility European Economic Review, 38(3-4):802--808.

van Ophem, J.C.M. (1993). A modified switching regression model for earnings differentials between the public and the private sectors in the Netherlands Review of Economics and Statistics, 75(2):215--224.

Hartog, J., van Ophem, J.C.M. and Vijverberg, W. (1993). Job complexity and wages International Economic Review, 34(4):853--872.

van Ophem, J.C.M. (1991). Wages, non-wage job characteristics and the search behavior of employees Review of Economics and Statistics, 73(1):145--151.

van Ophem, J.C.M. (1990). Non-permanent jobs and search theory, Economics Letters, 34(3):285--288.

Hartog, J., Mekkelholt, E. and van Ophem, J.C.M. (1988). Testing the relevance of job search for job mobility. Economics Letters, 27(3):299--303.

van Ophem, J.C.M. (1987). An empirical test for the segmented labor market theory for the Netherlands Applied Economics, 19(11):1497--1514.