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21/1034: Statistical footprints of corruption:“Vanity Fair” of automobile license plates in Russia Downloads
Tom Eeckhout, Timur Natkhov, Leonid Polishchuk, Koen Schoors and Kevin Hoefman
21/1033: Determinants of European Banks’ Default Risk Downloads
Nicolas Soenen and Rudi Vander Vennet
21/1032: Non-Standard Errors Downloads
Albert J. Menkveld, Anna Dreber, Felix Holzmeister, Juergen Huber, Magnus Johannesson, Michael Kirchler, Sebastian Neusüss, Michael Razen, Utz Weitzel, Edwin Baidoo, Michael Frömmel and Et Al
21/1031: Cost-effective reduction of fossil energy use in the European transport sector: An assessment of the Fit for 55 Package Downloads
Marten Ovaere and Stef Proost
21/1030: Demographic change, secular stagnation and inequality: automation as a blessing? Downloads
Arthur Jacobs and Freddy Heylen
21/1029: Liquidity Crises, Liquidity Lines and Sovereign Risk Downloads
Yasin Onder
21/1028: Longing for Which Home: Evidence from Global Aspirations to Stay, Return or Migrate Onwards Downloads
Els Bekaert, Amelie Constant, Killian Foubert and Ilse Ruyssen
21/1027: Towards ISEW and GPI 2.0, part II: Is Europe faring well with growth? Evidence from a welfare comparison in the EU-15 from 1995 to 2018 Downloads
Jonas Van der Slycken and Brent Bleys
21/1026: Towards ISEW and GPI 2.0, part I: developing two alternative measures of economic welfare with distinct time and boundary perspectives for Belgium Downloads
Jonas Van der Slycken and Brent Bleys
21/1025: How effective are hiring subsidies to reduce long-term unemployment among prime-aged jobseekers? Evidence from Belgium Downloads
Sam Desiere and Bart Cockx
21/1024: BRRD credibility and the bank-sovereign nexus Downloads
Martien Lamers, Thomas Present, Rudi Vander Vennet and Nicolas Soenen
21/1023: Default of Depreciate Downloads
Yasin Onder and Enes Sunel
21/1022: Noisy neural coding and decisions under uncertainty Downloads
Ferdinand Vieider
21/1021: Leaving terrorism behind? Impact of terrorist attacks on migration intentions around the world Downloads
Killian Foubert and Ilse Ruyssen
21/1020: Costly Mistakes: Why and When Spelling Errors in Resumes Jeopardise Interview Chances Downloads
Philippe Sterkens, Ralf Caers, Marijke De Couck, Michael Geamanu, Victor Van Driessche and Stijn Baert
21/1019: Deteriorated sleep quality does not explain the negative impact of smartphone use on academic performance Downloads
Simon Amez, Suncica Vujic, Margo Abrath and Stijn Baert
21/1018: Bye, bye, Hotel Mama, bye, bye good grades? Living in a student room and exam results in tertiary education Downloads
Simon Amez and Stijn Baert
21/1017: Why making promotion after a burnout is like boiling the ocean Downloads
Philippe Sterkens, Stijn Baert, Claudia Rooman and Eva Derous
21/1016: Loss aversion in taste-based employee discrimination: Evidence from a choice experiment Downloads
Louis Lippens, Stijn Baert and Eva Derous
21/1015: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A NEGATIVE INTEREST RATE POLICY Downloads
Marco Onofri, Gert Peersman and Frank Smets
21/1014: WHAT SHIFTS DID COVID-19 YEAR 2020 BRING TO THE LABOUR MARKET IN EUROPE? Downloads
Stijn Baert
21/1013: A method for evaluating the rank condition for CCE estimators Downloads
Ignace De Vos, Gerdie Everaert and Vasilis Sarafidis
21/1012: THE ADVERSE CONSEQUENCES OF GLOBAL HARVEST AND WEATHER DISRUPTIONS ON ECONOMIC ACTIVITY Downloads
Jasmien De Winne and Gert Peersman
21/1011: Climate change concerns and the performance of green versus brown stocks Downloads
David Ardia, Keven Bluteau, Kris Boudt and Koen Inghelbrecht
21/1010: Beta-Adjusted Covariance Estimation Downloads
Kirill Dragun, Kris Boudt, Orimar Sauri and Steven Vanduffel
21/1009: Does diversification protect European banks' market valuation in a pandemic? Downloads
Mathieu Simoens and Rudi Vander Vennet
20/1008: Deposit Insurance, Bank Ownership and Depositor Behavior Downloads
Sümeyra Atmaca, Karolin Kirschenmann, Steven Ongena and Koen Schoors
20/1007: How Does Working-Time Flexibility Affect Workers’ Productivity in a Routine Job? Evidence from a Field Experiment Downloads
Marie Boltz, Bart Cockx, Ana Diaz Escobar and Luz Magdalena Salas
20/1006: State-Owned Enterprises across Europe: Stylized Facts from a Large Firm-level Dataset Downloads
Bram De Lange and Bruno Merlevede
20/1005: Unexpected Effects of Bank Bailouts:Depositors Need Not Apply and Need Not Run Downloads
Allen N. Berger, Martien Lamers, Raluca A. Roman and Koen Schoors
20/1004: Macroprudential policy, monetary policy and Eurozone bank risk Downloads
Elien Meuleman and Rudi Vander Vennet
20/1003: Cost-shifting Versus “Full” Accountability: Dealing with Cross-time and Cross-boundary Issues in the ISEW and GPI. An application to Belgium Downloads
Jonas Van der Slycken and Brent Bleys
20/1002: The iceberg decomposition: a parsimonious way to map the health of labour markets Downloads
Stijn Baert
20/1001: Is labour market discrimination against ethnic minorities better explained by taste or statistics? A systematic review of the empirical evidence Downloads
Louis Lippens, Stijn Baert, Pieter-Paul Verhaeghe and Eva Derous
20/1000: As if it weren’t hard enough already: Breaking down hiring discrimination following burnout A causal machine learning evaluation of training in Belgium Downloads
Philippe Sterkens, Stijn Baert, Claudia Rooman and Eva Derous
20/999: A Signal of (Train)ability? Grade Repetition and Hiring Chances Downloads
Stijn Baert and Matteo Picchio
20/998: Priority to unemployed immigrants? A causal machine learning evaluation of training in Belgium Downloads
Bart Cockx, Michael Lechner and Joost Bollens
20/997: Drivers of Bank Default Risk: Bank Business Models, the Sovereign and Monetary Policy Downloads
Nicolas Soenen and Rudi Vander Vennet
20/996: The COVID-19 crisis and telework: A research survey on experiences, expectations and hopes Downloads
Stijn Baert, Louis Lippens, Eline Moens, Philippe Sterkens and Johannes Weytjens
20/995: How do we think the COVID-19 crisis will affect our careers (if any remain)? Downloads
Stijn Baert, Louis Lippens, Eline Moens, Philippe Sterkens and Johannes Weytjens
20/994: Why narrative information matters: Evidence from the asset purchase program of the ECB Downloads
Frederic Opitz
20/993: Application Period in Reverse Auctions Downloads
Sümeyra Atmaca
20/992: What Does Someone’s Gender Identity Signal to Employers? Downloads
Hannah Van Borm, Marlot Dhoop, Allien Van Acker and Stijn Baert
20/991: Switching from an inclining to a zero-level unemployment benefit profile: Good for work incentives? Downloads
Bart Cockx, Koen Declercq, Muriel Dejemeppe, Leda Inga and Bruno Van der Linden
19/990: Macroprudential policy and its impact on the Credit Cycle Downloads
Selien De Schryder and Frederic Opitz
19/989: Sovereign exposures of European banks: it is not all doom Downloads
Martien Lamers, Thomas Present and Rudi Vander Vennet
19/988: Bank performance in Europe and the US: a divergence in market-to-book ratios Downloads
Mathieu Simoens and Rudi Vander Vennet
19/987: Does loneliness lurk in temp work? Exploring the associations between temporary employment, loneliness at work and job satisfaction Downloads
Eline Moens, Stijn Baert, Elsy Verhofstadt and Luc Van Ootegem
19/986: Smartphone Use and Academic Performance: First Evidence from Longitudinal Data Downloads
Simon Amez, Sunčica Vujić, Lieven De Marez and Stijn Baert
19/985: Labour Market Outcomes for Cancer Survivors: A Review of the Reviews Downloads
Adelina Sharipova and Stijn Baert
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