Anders Stenberg
Anders Stenberg
Associate Professor of Economics, Stockholm university
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Does comprehensive education work for the long-term unemployed?
A Stenberg, O Westerlund
Labour Economics 15 (1), 54-67, 2008
1002008
Using longitudinal data to evaluate publicly provided formal education for low skilled
A Stenberg
Economics of Education Review 30 (6), 1262-1280, 2011
94*2011
Can adult education delay retirement from the labour market?
A Stenberg, X de Luna, O Westerlund
Journal of Population Economics 25 (2), 677-696, 2012
79*2012
Earnings over the life course: General versus vocational education
BHH Golsteyn, A Stenberg
Journal of Human Capital 11 (2), 167-212, 2017
66*2017
Comprehensive education for the unemployed—evaluating the effects on unemployment of the adult education initiative in Sweden
A Stenberg
Labour 19 (1), 123-146, 2005
462005
The long-term earnings consequences of general vs. specific training of the unemployed
A Stenberg, O Westerlund
IZA Journal of European Labor Studies 4 (1), 1-26, 2015
44*2015
Does expert advice improve educational choice?
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn, A Stenberg
PloS one 10 (12), e0145378, 2015
422015
An Evaluation of the Adult Education Initiative Relative Labor Market Training. UES 609
A Stenberg
PhD thesis, 2003
35*2003
Adult learning, labor market outcomes, and social inequalities in modern societies
E Kilpi-Jakonen, S Buchholz, J Dämmrich, P McMullin, HP Blossfeld
Adult Learning in Modern Societies, 2014
342014
The impact of formal adult education on the likelihood of being employed: A comparative overview
E Kilpi-Jakonen, DV de Vilhena, Y Kosyakova, A Stenberg, HP Blossfeld
Studies of Transition States and Societies 4 (1), 2012
342012
Comprehensive education or vocational training for the unemployed?
A Stenberg
International Journal of Manpower, 2007
342007
Does formal education for older workers increase earnings?—Evidence based on rich data and long‐term follow‐up
A Stenberg, X de Luna, O Westerlund
Labour 28 (2), 163-189, 2014
33*2014
Gender identity and relative income within households-evidence from Sweden
K Hederos, A Stenberg
Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI), Stockholm University, 2019
32*2019
Nature, nurture and socioeconomic policy—What can we learn from molecular genetics?
P Lundborg, A Stenberg
Economics & Human Biology 8 (3), 320-330, 2010
302010
Interpreting estimates of heritability–A note on the twin decomposition
A Stenberg
Economics & Human Biology 11 (2), 201-205, 2013
282013
The impact on annual earnings of adult upper secondary education in Sweden
A Stenberg
International Journal of Lifelong Education 29 (3), 303-321, 2010
28*2010
The shape of the income distribution and economic growth–Evidence from Swedish labor market regions
DO Rooth, A Stenberg
Scottish Journal of Political Economy 59 (2), 196-223, 2012
262012
Education and retirement: does University education at mid-age extend working life?
A Stenberg, O Westerlund
IZA Journal of European Labor Studies 2 (1), 1-22, 2013
222013
The relationship between hours of outsourced domestic services and female earnings: Evidence from a Swedish tax reform
K Halldén, A Stenberg
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 55, 120-133, 2018
21*2018
Flexibility at a cost–should governments stimulate tertiary education for adults?
A Stenberg, O Westerlund
The Journal of the Economics of Ageing 7, 69-86, 2016
192016
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