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Home | People | Anne Gielen

Anne Gielen

Research Fellow

Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Empirical Microeconomics
Ageing, Health, Labor, Policy Evaluation

List of publications

Garcia Gomez,P. and Gielen,A.C.. 2018. Mortality effects of containing moral hazard: evidence from disability insurance reform. Health Economics, 27, 606--621

Gielen,A.C. and Myers,C and Holmes,J.. 2016. Prenatal testosterone and the Earnings of Men and Women. Journal of Human Resources, 51, 30--61

Caliendo,M. and Gielen,A.C. and Mahlstedt,R.. 2015. Home-ownership, unemployed's job search behavior and post-unemployment outcomes. Economics Letters, 137, 218--221

Gielen,A.C. and Borghans,L. and Luttmer,E.F.P.. 2014. Social support substitution and the earnings rebound: Evidence from a regression discontinuity in disability insurance reform. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 6, 34--70

Gielen,A.C. and van Ours,J.C.. 2014. Unhappiness and job finding. Economica, 81, 544--565

Gielen,A.C. and Tatsiramos,K.. 2012. Quit behavior and employment protection. Labour Economics, 19, 624--632

Gielen,A.C. and Kerkhofs,M.J.M. and van Ours,J.C.. 2010. How performance related pay affects productivity and employment. Journal of Population Economics, 23, 291--301

Gielen,A.C. and van Ours,J.C.. 2010. Layoffs, quits and wage negotiations. Economics Letters, 109, 108--111

Gielen,A.C.. 2009. Working hours flexibility and older workers' labor supply. Oxford Economic Papers, 61, 240--274

Gielen,A.C. and van Ours,J.C.. 2006. Age-specific cyclical sensitivity of job turnover and labor mobility. Labour Economics, 13, 493--504