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Anne Ardila Brenøe
Anne Ardila Brenøe
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Zurich
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Exposure to more female peers widens the gender gap in stem participation
AA Brenøe, U Zölitz
Journal of Labor Economics 38 (4), 1009-1054, 2020
1042020
Gender gaps in the effects of childhood family environment: Do they persist into adulthood?
AA Brenøe, S Lundberg
European Economic Review 109, 42-62, 2018
622018
Birth order and health of newborns
AA Brenøe, R Molitor
Journal of Population Economics 31 (2), 363-395, 2018
422018
Brothers increase women’s gender conformity
AA Brenøe
Journal of Population Economics 35 (4), 1859-1896, 2022
332022
Origins of gender norms: Sibling gender composition and women's choice of occupation and partner
A Brenøe
University of Zurich, Department of Economics, Working Paper, 2018
312018
Is parental leave costly for firms and coworkers?
AA Brenøe, SP Canaan, NA Harmon, HN Royer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
252020
Parenting values and the intergenerational transmission of time preferences
AA Brenøe, T Epper
European Economic Review 148, 104208, 2022
162022
Birth Order and Health of Newborns: What Can We Learn from Danish Registry Data?
A Brenøe, R Molitor
Available at SSRN 2665093, 2015
142015
Sibling gender composition and participation in stem education
AA Brenøe
Mimeo, University of Copenhagen, 2017
132017
The intergenerational transmission of time preferences persists across four decades
AA Brenoe, T Epper
Working Paper. University of Zurich, 2018
122018
Sibling gender composition and preferences for STEM education
AA Brenøe
University of Copenhagen, 2017
72017
Coronavirus: Testen und Einfrieren: eine Überlebensstrategie für die Schweizer Volkswirtschaft
C Alos-Ferrer, S Ambühl, B Bartling, P Biroli
Department of Economics, 2020
32020
Continuous gender identity and economics
AA Brenøe, L Heursen, E Ranehill, RA Weber
AEA Papers and Proceedings 112, 573-77, 2022
22022
No evidence that siblings’ gender affects personality across nine countries
T Dudek, AA Brenøe, J Feld, JM Rohrer
Psychological science 33 (9), 1574-1587, 2022
12022
Does Sibling Gender Composition Affect Gender-Stereotypic Choice of Education?
AA Brenøe
University of Copenhagen, 2017
12017
2 The effect of siblings’ sex on economic preferences and personality traits1
T Dudek, A Brenøe, J Feld
Personality economics: An investigation of how personality develops and how …, 2021
2021
Acknowledgement to editorial collaborators
J Abramowitz, P Ager, A Sant’Anna, R Alessie, W Alpert, ...
2021
Explaining the Effect of Breastfeeding Promotion on Infant Weight Gain: The Role of Nutrition
AA Brenøe, J Stearns, RM Martin
2020
Parenting Values Moderate the Intergenrational Transmission of Time Preferences
T Epper, AA Brenøe
CEBI Working Paper Series, 2019
2019
Causes and consequences of gender differences in human capital formation
AA Brenøe
Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen, Department of Economics, 2018
2018
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