Horn Daniel
Horn Daniel
Center for Economic and Regional Studies, Institute of Economics and Corvinus University
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Age of selection counts: a cross-country analysis of educational institutions
D Horn
Educational research and evaluation 15 (4), 343-366, 2009
Diverging performances: the detrimental effects of early educational selection on equality of opportunity in Hungary
D Horn
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 32, 25-43, 2013
Income inequality and voter turnout
D Horn
GINI Discussion Papers 16, 2011
Social transformation and the transition from vocational education to work in Hungary: a differences-in-differences approach
C Noelke, D Horn
European sociological review 30 (4), 431-443, 2014
The effectiveness of apprenticeship training: A within-track comparison of workplace-based and school-based vocational training in Hungary
D Horn
Social Science Research 55, 139-154, 2016
Using regression tree ensembles to model interaction effects: a graphical approach
F Schiltz, C Masci, T Agasisti, D Horn
Applied Economics 50 (58), 6341-6354, 2018
Tracking and inequality of learning outcomes in Hungarian secondary schools
D Horn, I Balázsi, S Takács, Y Zhang
Prospects 36 (4), 433-446, 2006
A közoktatás indikátorrendszere 2015
V Júlia, H Tamás, H Zoltán, H Dániel
MTA KRTK Közgazdaságtudományi Intézet, Budapest, 2015
“Economic development” and gender equality: explaining variations in the gender poverty gap after socialism
E Fodor, D Horn
Social Problems 62 (2), 286-308, 2015
Which preferences associate with school performance?—Lessons from an exploratory study with university students
D Horn, HJ Kiss
PloS one 13 (2), e0190163, 2018
A közoktatás minősége és eredményessége
H Dániel, S Edit
Jelentés a magyar közoktatásról, 2006
Az érettségi védelmében
T Hajdu, Z Hermann, D Horn, G Kertesi, G Kézdi, J Köllő, J Varga
Budapest Working Papers on the Labour Market, 2015
National high-stakes testing, gender, and school stress in Europe: A difference-in-differences analysis
B Högberg, D Horn
European Sociological Review 38 (6), 975-987, 2022
Does it matter when your smartest peers leave your class? Evidence from Hungary
F Schiltz, D Mazrekaj, D Horn, K De Witte
Labour Economics 59, 79-91, 2019
Gender differences in preferences of adolescents: evidence from a large-scale classroom experiment
D Horn, HJ Kiss, T Lénárd
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 194, 478-522, 2022
Rising inequalities: will electorates go for higher redistribution?
IG Tóth, D Horn, M Medgyesi
Changing inequalities in rich countries: Analytical and comparative …, 2014
Time preferences and their life outcome correlates: Evidence from a representative survey
D Horn, HJ Kiss
PloS one 15 (7), e0236486, 2020
Szövegértési és matematikai kompetencia hatása a keresetre és foglalkoztatási esélyekre
Z Hermann, D Horn, J Köllő, A Sebők, A Semjén, J Varga
Közgazdaság-és Regionális Tudományi Kutatóközpont, 2019
A közoktatás indikátorrendszere, 2015
T Hajdu, Z Hermann, D Horn, J Varga
MTA KRTK Közgazdaság-tudományi Intézet, 2015
Early tracking and competition–A recipe for major inequalities in Hungary
D Horn, T Keller, P Róbert
Models of Secondary Education and Social Inequality, 129-148, 2016
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