Working Papers

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2014

Working Paper WP 147
Why Dutch women work part-time: A Oaxaca-decomposition of differences in European female part-time work rates
Nick Deschacht & Kea Tijdens

Working Paper WP 146
National Labour Rights for Women
Janna Besamusca & Kea Tijdens

Working Paper WP 145
Labour-market institutions and the dispersion of wage earnings
Wiemer Salverda & Daniele Checchi

Working Paper WP 144
Does desire for social status promote solidarity? Investigating the role of egalitarian versus inegalitarian societal contexts
Marii Paskov

Working Paper WP 143
Big data and virtual communities: methodological issues
Mª Rocio Martínez-Torres, Sergio L. Toral & Nicoletta Fornara

Working Paper WP 142
Skills and occupational needs: labour market forecasting systems in Italy
Giovanni Castiglioni & Kea Tijdens

Working Paper WP 140
Workers and labour market outcomes of informal jobs in formal employment. A job-based informality for nine sub-saharan African countries
Kea Tijdens, Janna Besamusca & Maarten van Klaveren

2013

Working Paper WP 141
Who should earn what? A Q methodological study on notions of justice of wage differences
Wout Scholten & Margo Trappenburg

Working Paper WP 139
Positive Action in EU Gender Equality Law: Promoting More Women in Corporate Decision Making?
Nuria Ramos Martin

Working Paper WP 138
Multiple Barriers and Bridges to Work
T. (Tomáš) Sirovátka, C.C.A.M. (Els) Sol

Working Paper WP 137
Governance of EU Labour Law EU’s Working time directive and its implementation in the Netherlands
C.C.A.M. (Els) Sol, N.E. (Nuria) Ramos Martin

Working Paper WP 136
Benchmark. Towards evidence-based work first
C.C.A.M. (Els) Sol, J. (Julie) Castonguay, H. (Hanneke) van Lindert, Y. (Yvonne) van Amstel

Working Paper WP 135
De bevoegdheden van werkgevers en werknemers om een pensioenuitvoerder te kiezen
Sijbren Kuiper

Working Paper WP 134
Economic valuation in Web surveys; A review of the state of the art and best practices
Angeliki, N. Menegaki, Konstantinos P. Tsagarakis

Working Paper WP 133
Do Spanish firms support initial vocational training? Company behaviour in low-coordinated institutional frameworks.
David Fernàndez Guerrero

Working Paper WP 132
Interactive applets on the Web for methods and statistics
Ulf-Dietrich Reips, Gary McClelland

Working Paper WP 131
Can creative web survey questionnaire design improve the response quality?
Julijana Angelovska, Petroula M. Mavrikiou

Working Paper WP 129
Children, Elder Care and the Probabilities Spanish Women have of Holding Decent Works
Alberto Villacampa González, Pablo de Pedraza García

Working Paper WP 128
Collectieve Zeggenschap in het Nederlandse Pensioenstelsel: De Beroepspensioenvereniging
Natascha van der Zwan

2012

Working Paper WP 127
More or less strangers. Social distance as reflected in news media reporting on the young, the old and the allochthon
Dorota Lepianka

Working Paper WP 126
Development of the public-private wage differential in the Netherlands 1979 – 2009
Ernest Berkhout and Wiemer Salverda

Working Paper WP 125
Solidarity in a multicultural neighbourhood. Results of a field experiment
Paul de Beer and Maarten Berg

Working Paper WP 124
Conditions and motives for voluntary sharing. Results of a solidarity game experiment
Paul de Beer and Maarten Berg

Working Paper WP 123
“Gone Fishing”
Modeling Diversity in Work Ethics
Annette Freyberg-Inan and Rüya Gökhan Koçer

Working Paper WP 122
Skill-based inequality in job quality
Haya Stier

Working Paper WP 121
Occupational segregation and gender inequality in job quality
Haya Stier and Meir Yaish

Working Paper WP 120
The impact of attitudes and work preferences on Dutch mothers’ employment patterns
Justine Ruitenberg & Paul de Beer

Working Paper WP 119
“He would never just hit the sofa” A narrative of non-complaining among Dutch Mothers
Justine Ruitenberg

Working Paper WP 118
Collective redress and workers’ rights in the EU
Jan Cremers & Martin Bulla

2011

Working Paper WP 116
Comparative study of labour relations in African countries
Rüya Gökhan Koçer & Susan Hayter (ILO)

Working Paper WP 115
More flexibility for more innovation? Evidence from the Netherlands
Eva Wachsen (Berlin Institute of Technology) & Knut Blind (Berlin Institute of Technology)

Working Paper WP 114 (in Dutch)
De loonkloof tussen mannen en vrouwen. Een review van het onderzoek in Nederland
Kea G. Tijdens & Maarten van Klaveren

Working Paper WP 111
Health workforce remuneration: Comparing wage levels, ranking and dispersion of 16 occupational groups in 20 countries using survey data
Kea Tijdens and Danny de Vries

Working Paper WP 110
Over- and underqualification of migrant workers. Evidence from WageIndicator survey data
Kea Tijdens and Maarten van Klaveren

Working Paper WP 109
Employees’ experiences of the impact of the economic crisis in 2009 and 2010. A German-Dutch Comparison
Kea Tijdens, Maarten van Klaveren, Reinhard Bispinck, Heiner Dribbusch and Fikret Öz

Working Paper WP 85
Multinationals versus domestic firms: Wages, working hours and industrial relations
Kea Tijdens and Maarten van Klaveren

Working Paper WP 108
A deeper insight into the ethnic make-up of school cohorts. Diversity and school achievement
Virginia Maestri

Working Paper WP 107
Codebook and explanatory note on the EurOccupations dataset about the job content of 150 occupations
Kea Tijdens, Esther de Ruijter and Judith de Ruijter

Working Paper WP 106
The future of employment relations. Goodbye ‘Flexicurity’ – welcome back transitional labour markets?
Günther Schmid

Forthcoming: Working Paper WP 105
This time is different ?! The depth of the Financial Crisis and its effects in the Netherlands.
Wiemer Salverda

Forthcoming: Working Paper WP 104
Integrate to integrate. Explaining institutional change in the public employment service – the one shop office
Marieke Beentjes, Jelle Visser and Marloes de Graaf-Zijl

Working Paper WP 103
Separate, joint or integrated?
Lucy Kok, Caroline Berden and Marloes de Graaf-Zijl

2010

Working Paper WP 102
Codebook and explanatory note on the WageIndicator dataset a worldwide, continuous, multilingual web-survey on work and wages with paper surpplements
Kea Tijdens, Sanne van Zijl, Melanie Hughie-Williams, Maarten van Klaveren and Stephanie Steinmetz

Working Paper WP 101
Uitkeringsgebruik van Migranten
Aslan Zorlu, Joop Hartog and Marieke Beentjes

Working Paper WP 100
Low wages in the retail industry in the Netherlands. RSF project Future of work in Europe / Low-wage Employment: Opportunity in the Workplace in Europe and the USA
Maarten van Klaveren

Working Paper WP 99
Pension fund governance. The intergenerational conflict over risk and contributions
David Hollanders and Mario Bersem

Working Paper WP 98
The graying of the median voter. Aging and the politics of the welfare state in OECD countries
David Hollanders and Ferry Koster

Working Paper WP 97
An overview of women’s work and employment in Zimbabwe
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 96
An overview of women’s work and employment in Belarus
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 95
Uitzenden in tijden van crisis
Marloes de Graaf-Zijl, Jacqueline Braak and Emma Folmer

Working Paper WP 94
An overview of women’s work and employment in Ukraine
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 93
An overview of women’s work and employment in Kazakhstan
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 92
An overview of women’s work and employment in Azerbaijan
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 91
An overview of women’s work and employment in Indonesia
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 90_
An overview of women’s work and employment in India
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 89
Coordination of national social security in the EU – Rules applicable in multiple cross border situations
Jan Cremers

Working paper WP 88
Geïntegreerde dienstverlening in de keten van Werk en Inkomen
Marloes de Graaf-Zijl, Marieke Beentjes, Eline van Braak and Yolanda Hoogtanders

Working Paper WP 87
Emigration and labour shortages. An opportunity for trade unions in new member states?
Monika Ewa Kaminska and Marta Kahancová

Working Paper WP 86
Measuring occupations in web-surveys. The WISCO database of occupations
Kea Tijdens

2009

Working Paper WP 85
Multinationals versus domestic firms: Wages, working hours and industrial relations
Kea Tijdens and Maarten van Klaveren
(Publication July 2011)

Working Paper WP 84
Working time flexibility components of companies in Europe
Heejung Chung and Kea Tijdens

Working Paper WP 83
An overview of women’s work and employment in Brazil
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 82
An overview of women’s work and employment in Malawi
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 81
An overview of women’s work and employment in Botswana
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 80
An overview of women’s work and employment in Zambia
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 79
An overview of women’s work and employment in South Africa
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 78
An overview of women’s work and employment in Angola
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 77
An overview of women’s work and employment in Mozambique
Decisions for Life Country Report
Maarten van Klaveren, Kea Tijdens, Melanie Hughie-Williams and Nuria Ramos

Working Paper WP 76
Comparing different weighting procedures for volunteer web surveys: Lessons to be learned from German and Dutch Wage indicator data
Stephanie Steinmetz, Kea Tijdens and Pablo de Pedraza

Working Paper WP 75
Welfare reform in the UK, the Netherlands, and Finland: Change within the limits of path dependence
Minna van Gerven

Working Paper WP 74
Flexibility and security: an asymmetrical relationship? The uncertain relevance of flexicurity policies for segmented labour markets and residual welfare regimes
Aliki Mouriki (AIAS gast van 1 oktober 2008-31 maart 2009)

Working Paper WP 73
Education, Inequality, and Active Citizenship Tensions in a Differentiated Schooling System
Herman van de Werfhorst

Working Paper WP 72
An analysis of firm support for active labor market policies in Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands
Moira Nelson

Working Paper WP 71
The Dutch minimum Wage. A radical reduction shifts the main focus to part-time jobs
Wiemer Salverda

Working Paper WP 70
Parallelle innovatie als een vorm van beleidsleren. Het voorbeeld van de keten van werk en inkomen
Marc van der Meer and Bert Roes

Working Paper WP 69
Balancing Roles. Bridging the divide between HRM, employee participation and learning in the Dutch klowledge economy
Marc van der Meer and Wout Buitelaar

Working Paper WP 68
From policy to practice: Assessing sectorial flexicurity in the Netherlands
Hester Houwing and Trudie Schis

2008

Working Paper WP 67
The first part-time economy in the world. Does it work?
Jelle Visser

Working Paper WP 66
Gender Equality in the Netherlands: An Example of Europeanisation of Social Law and Policy
Nuria E. Ramos Martín

Working Paper WP 65
Activating social policy and the preventive approach for the unemployed in the Netherlands
Minna van Gerven

Working Paper WP 64
Struggling for a proper job: recent immigrants in the Netherlands
Aslan Zorlu

2007

Working Paper WP 63
Marktwerking en arbeidsvoorwaarden – de casus van het openbaar vervoer, de energiebedrijven en de thuiszorg
Marc van der Meer, Marian Schaapman en Monique Aerts

Working Paper WP 62
Vocational Education and Active Citizenship: Behavior in Cross-National Perspective
Herman G. van de Werfhorst

Working Paper WP 61
The State in Industrial Relations: The politics of minimum wage in Turkey and the USA
Rüya Gökhan Koçer and Jelle Visser

Working Paper WP 60
Sample bias, weights and efficiency of weights in a continuous web voluntary survey
Pablo de Pedraza, Kea Tijdens and Rafael Muñoz de Bustillo

Working Paper WP 59
Globalization and working time: Work-place hours and flexibility in Germany
Brian Burgoon and Damian Raess

Working Paper WP 58
Determinants of subjective job insecurity in 5 European countries
Rafael Muñoz de Bustillo and Pablo de Pedraza

Working Paper WP 57
Does it matter who takes responsibility
Paul de Beer and Trudie Schils

Working Paper WP 56
Employment protection in dutch collective labour agreements
Trudie Schils

Working Paper WP 55
Part-time employment: A comparative analysis of Spain and the Netherlands
Maite Blázquez Cuesta and Nuria Elena Ramos Martín

Working Paper WP 54
Temporary agency work in the Netherlands
Kea Tijdens, Maarten van Klaveren, Hester Houwing, Marc van der Meer, Marieke van Essen

Working Paper WP 53
The distribution of responsibility for social security in Belgium
Johan de Deken

Working Paper WP 52
The distribution of responsibility for social security in Germany
Bernard Ebbinghaus and Werner Eichhorst

Working Paper WP 51
The distribution of responsibility for social security in Denmark
Per Kongshøj Madsen

Working Paper WP 50
The distribution of responsibility for social security in the United Kingdom
Jochen Clasen

Working Paper WP 49
The distribution of responsibility for social security in the Netherlands
Trudie Schils

Working Paper WP 48
Population Ageing in the Netherlands: Demographic and Financial Arguments for a Balanced Approach
Wiemer Salverda

Working Paper WP 47
The effects of social and political opennes of the welfare state in 18 OECD countries, 1970-2000
Ferry Koster

2006

Working Paper WP 46
Low pay incidence and mobility in the Netherlands – exploring the role of personnel, job and employer characteristics
Maite Blázquez Cuesta & Wiemer Salverda

Working Paper WP 45
Diversity in work: The heterogeneity of women’s labour market participation patterns
Mara Yerkes

Working Paper WP 44
Early retirement patterns in Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom
Trudie Schils

Working Paper WP 43
Women’s working preferences in the Netherlands, Germany and the UK
Mara Yerkes

2005

Working Paper WP 42
Wage Bargaining Institutions in Europe: a happy Marriage or preparing for Divorce?
Jelle Visser

Working Paper WP 41
The Work-Family Balance on the Union’s Agenda
Kilian Schreuder

Working Paper WP 40
Boxing and Dancing: Dutch Trade Union and Works Council Experiences Revisited
Maarten van Klaveren & Wim Sprenger

Working Paper WP 39
Analysing employment practices in Western European Multinationals: coordination, industrial relations and employment flexibility in Poland
Marta Kahancová & Marc van der Meer

Working Paper WP 38
Income distribution in the Netherlands in the 20th century: long-run developments and cyclical properties
Emiel Afman

Working Paper WP 37
Search, Mismatch and Unemployment
Maite Blázquez and Marcel Jansen

Working Paper WP 36
Women’s Preferences or Delineated Policies? The development or part-time work in the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom
Mara Yerkes and Jelle Visser

Working Paper WP 35
Vissen in een vreemde vijver: Het werven van verpleegkundigen en verzorgenden in het buitenland. Ervaringen met en toekomstverwachtingen over arbeidsmigratie in de zorgsector
Judith Roosblad

Working Paper WP 34
Female part-time employment in the Netherlands
Elena Sirvent Garcia del Valle

Working Paper WP 33
Onderzoeksrapport: een functie met inhoud 2004. Een enquete naar de taakinhoud van secretaressen 2004, 2000, 1994
Kea Tijdens

2004

Working Paper WP 32
Tax Evasive Behaviour and Gender in a Transition Country
Klarita Gërxhani and Edith Kuiper

Working Paper WP 31
How Many Hours Do You Usually Work: an analysis of the working hours questions in 26 large-scale surveys in 6 countries and the European Union
Kea Tijdens & Anna Dragstra

Working Paper WP 29
Overcoming Marginalisation? Gender and Ethnic Segregation in the Dutch Construction, Health, IT and Printing Industries
Marc van der Meer & Judith Roosblad

Working Paper WP 28
The Work-Family balance in Collective Agreements more female Employees, More Provisions?
Kilian Schreuder

Working Paper WP 27
Female Income, the Ego Effect and the Divorce Decision: Evidence from Micro Data
Randall Kesselring & Dale Bremmer

Working Paper WP 26
Economische Effecten van Immigratie, ontwikkeling van een databestand en eerste analyses
Joop Hartog & Aslan Zorlu

Working Paper WP 25
The Datase, Measurement Issues and the Methodology of the Dutch WageIndicator Internet Survey
Kea Tijdens

Working Paper WP 24
Codeboek Ducadam Dataset- Een statistisch bestand van de FNV cao-databank
Kilian Schreuder & Kea Tijdens

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A panel data analysis of the effects of wages, standard hours and unionisation on paid overtime work in Britain
Adriaan Kalwij & Mary Gregory

Working Paper WP 21
A Two-Step First-Difference Estimator for a Panel Data Tobit Model
Adriaan Kalwij

Working Paper WP 19
Een onderzoek naar CAO-afspraken op basis van de FNV CAO-databank en de AWVN-database
Kea Tijdens & Maarten van Klaveren

Working Paper WP 16
De invloed van de Wet arbeid en zorg op verlofregelingen in CAO’s
Marieke van Essen

Working Paper WP 15
Flexibility and Social Protection
Ton Wilthagen

2003

Working Paper WP 23
Household Consumption and Savings Around the Time of Births and the Role of Education
Adriaan Kalwij

Working Paper WP 20
Individuals’ Unemployment Durations over the Business Cycle
Adriaan Kalwij

Working Paper WP 18
Permanent and Transitory wage Ineguality of British Men, 1975-2001: Year, Age and Cohort Effects
Adriaan Kalwij & Rob Alessie

Working Paper WP 17
Working Women’s Choices for Domestic Help
Kea Tijdens, Tanja van der Lippe & Esther de Ruijter

Working Paper WP 14
Top Incomes in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom over the Twentieth Century
A.B. Atkinson & Wiemer Salverda

Working Paper WP 12
Politico-Economic Institutions and the Informal Sector in Albania
Klarita Gërxhani

Working Paper WP 11
Tax Evasion and the Source of Income: An experimental study in Albania and the Netherlands
Klarita Gërxhani & Arthur Schram

Working Paper WP 10
Chances and limitations of “benchmarking” in the reform of welfare state structures – the case of pension policy
Martin Schludi

Working Paper WP 9
Dealing with the “flexibility-security-nexus”: Institutions, strategies, opportunities and barriers
Ton Wilthagen & Frank Tros

Working Paper WP 8
Tax Evasion in Transition: Outcome of an Institutional Clash? -Testing Feige’s Conjecture
Klarita Gërxhani

Working Paper WP 7
Teleworking Policies of Organisations – The Dutch Experience
Kea Tijdens & Maarten van Klaveren

Working Paper WP 6
Flexible Work-Arrangements and the Quality of Life
Cees Nierop

Working Paper Research Report RR 16
Public Sector Industrial Relations in the Netherlands: framework, principles, players and representativity
Chris Moll, Marc van der Meer & Jelle Visser

2002

Working Paper Research Report RR 15
Employees’ Preferences for more or fewer Working Hours: The Effects of Usual, Contractual and Standard Working Time, Family Phase and Household Characteristics and Job Satisfaction
Kea Tijdens

Working Paper Research Report RR 17
Industrial Relations in the Transport Sector in the Netherlands
Marc van der Meer & Hester Benedictus

Working Paper Research Report RR 13
Ethnic and Gender Wage Differentials. An exploration of LOONWIJZERS 2001/2002
Aslan Zorlu

Working Paper Research Report RR 12
Emancipatie-Effectrapportage Belastingen en premies – Een verkenningnaar nieuwe mogelijkheden vanuit het belastingstelsel 2001
Hettie A. Pott-Buter & Kea Tijdens

Working Paper Research Report RR 11
Competenties van Werknemers in de Informatiemaatschappij – Een survey over ICT-gebruik
Kea Tijdens & Bram Steijn

Working Paper Research Report RR 10
Loonwijzers 2001/02
Kea Tijdens, Paulien Osse, Dirk Dragstra, Anna Dragstra, Maarten van Klaveren , Cecile Wetzels & Aslan Zorlu

2001

Working Paper Research Report RR 9
Beloningsvergelijking tussen markt en publieke sector: methodische kanttekeningen
Wiemer Salverda, Cees Nierop & Peter Muhlau

Working Paper Research Report RR 8
Werken in de Digitale Delta. Een vragenbank voor ICT-gebruik in organisaties
Kea Tijdens

Working Paper Research Report RR 6
Wie kan en wie wil telewerken? Een onderzoek naar de factoren die de mogelijkheid tot en de behoefte aan telewerken van werknemers beïnvloeden
Kea Tijdens, Cecile Wetzels & Maarten van Klaveren

Working Paper Research Report RR 7
De Vrouwenloonwijzer. Werk, lonen en beroepen van vrouwen
Kea Tijdens

Working Paper Research Report
CAO vorming in Europa (Papieren versie niet beschikbaar)
Jelle Visser

Working Paper WP 5
Employers’ and employees’ preferences for working time reduction and working time differentiation
Kea Tijdens

Working Paper WP 4
Pattern persistence in European trade union density
Jelle Visser

Working Paper WP 3
Negotiated flexibility in working time and labour market transitions – The case of the Netherlands
Jelle Visser

Working Paper WP 2
Substitution or Segregation: Explaining the Gender Composition in Dutch Manufacturing Industry 1899-1998
Maarten van Klaveren & Kea Tijdens

2000

Working Paper WP 1
The first part-time economy in the world. Does it work?
Jelle Visser

Working Paper Research Report RR 5
Flexibele regels: Een onderzoek naar de relatie tussen CAO-afspraken en het bedrijfsbeleid over flexibilisering van de arbeid
Kea Tijdens & Marc van der Meer

Working Paper Research Report RR 4
Vraag en aanbod van huishoudelijke diensten in Nederland
Kea Tijdens

Working Paper Research Report RR 3
Keuzemogelijkheden in CAO’s
Caroline van den Brekel & Kea Tijdens

Working Paper Research Report RR 2
De toelating van vluchtelingen in Nederland en hun integratie op de arbeidsmarkt
Marloes Mattheijer

Working Paper Research Report RR 1
The trade-off between competitiveness and employment in collective bargaining: the national consultation process and four cases of enterprise bargaining in the Netherlands
Marc van der Meer (ed), Adriaan van Liempt, Kea Tijdens, Martijn van Velzen & Jelle Visser

 
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