Bart Golsteyn
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Gender differences in risk aversion and ambiguity aversion
L Borghans, JJ Heckman, BHH Golsteyn, H Meijers
Journal of the European Economic Association 7 (2-3), 649-658, 2009
Adolescent time preferences predict lifetime outcomes
BHH Golsteyn, H Grönqvist, L Lindahl
The Economic Journal 124 (580), F739-F761, 2014
What grades and achievement tests measure
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn, JJ Heckman, JE Humphries
Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences 113 (47), 13354-13359, 2016
Time discounting and the body mass index: Evidence from the Netherlands
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn
Economics & Human Biology 4 (1), 39-61, 2006
Risk attitudes across the life course
T Dohmen, A Falk, BHH Golsteyn, D Huffman, U Sunde
The Economic Journal 127 (605), F95-F116, 2017
Identification problems in personality psychology
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn, J Heckman, JE Humphries
Personality and individual differences 51 (3), 315-320, 2011
Earnings over the life course: General versus vocational education
BHH Golsteyn, A Stenberg
Journal of Human Capital 11 (2), 167-212, 2017
The impact of peer personality on academic achievement
BHH Golsteyn, A Non, U Zölitz
Journal of Political Economy 129 (4), 1052-1099, 2021
Time discounting and criminal behavior
D Ĺkerlund, BHH Golsteyn, H Grönqvist, L Lindahl
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (22), 6160-6165, 2016
Gender gaps in primary school achievement: a decomposition into endowments and returns to IQ and non-cognitive factors
BHH Golsteyn, T Schils
Economics of Education Review 41, 176-187, 2014
Does expert advice improve educational choice?
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn, A Stenberg
PloS one 10 (12), e0145378, 2015
Challenges in research on preferences and personality traits: Measurement, stability, and inference
B Golsteyn, H Schildberg-Hörisch
Journal of Economic Psychology 60, 1-6, 2017
Parental preferences for primary school characteristics
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn, U Zölitz
The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 15 (1), 85-117, 2015
Skill transferability, regret and mobility
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn
Applied Economics 39 (13), 1663-1677, 2007
IQ, achievement, and personality
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn, JJ Heckman, JE Humphries
Unpublished manuscript, University of Maastricht and University of Chicago …, 2011
Meer werken is meer leren
L Borghans, B Golsteyn, A De Grip
Determinanten van kennisontwikkeling, 2006
School quality and the development of cognitive skills between age four and six
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn, U Zölitz
PloS one 10 (7), e0129700, 2015
Meer werken is meer leren. Determinanten van kennisontwikkeling
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn, A De Grip
CINOP, 2006
Werkend leren
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn, A de Grip
Economisch Statistische Berichten 92 (4509), 260-263, 2007
Job Mobility in Europe, Japan and the United States
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn
British Journal of Industrial Relations 50 (3), 436-456, 2012
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