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Lex Borghans
Lex Borghans
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The economics and psychology of personality traits
L Borghans, AL Duckworth, JJ Heckman, B Ter Weel
Journal of human Resources 43 (4), 972-1059, 2008
31382008
Fostering and measuring skills: Improving cognitive and non-cognitive skills to promote lifetime success
T Kautz, JJ Heckman, R Diris, B Ter Weel, L Borghans
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
15332014
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
10672009
The role of noncognitive skills in explaining cognitive test scores
L Borghans, H Meijers, B Ter Weel
Economic inquiry 46 (1), 2-12, 2008
3722008
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
3532016
Interpersonal styles and labor market outcomes
L Borghans, B Ter Weel, BA Weinberg
Journal of Human resources 43 (4), 815-858, 2008
3382008
Time discounting and the body mass index: Evidence from the Netherlands
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn
Economics & Human Biology 4 (1), 39-61, 2006
2912006
People skills and the labor-market outcomes of underrepresented groups
L Borghans, B Ter Weel, BA Weinberg
Ilr Review 67 (2), 287-334, 2014
2802014
The overeducated worker?
L Borghans, A De Grip
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000
2462000
Identification problems in personality psychology
L Borghans, BHH Golsteyn, J Heckman, JE Humphries
Personality and individual differences 51 (3), 315-320, 2011
2412011
Social support substitution and the earnings rebound: Evidence from a regression discontinuity in disability insurance reform
L Borghans, AC Gielen, EFP Luttmer
American economic Journal: economic policy 6 (4), 34-70, 2014
1792014
People people: Social capital and the labor-market outcomes of underrepresented groups
L Borghans, B Ter Weel, BA Weinberg
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2006
1672006
Skills measurement and economic analysis: an introduction
L Borghans, F Green, K Mayhew
Oxford Economic Papers 53 (3), 375-384, 2001
1402001
The division of labour, worker organisation, and technological change
L Borghans, B Ter Weel
The Economic Journal 116 (509), F45-F72, 2006
1362006
Superstardom and monopolistic power: Why media stars earn more than their marginal contribution to welfare
L Borghans, L Groot
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE)/Zeitschrift für …, 1998
1301998
Do older workers have more trouble using a computer than younger workers?
L Borghans, B Ter Weel
The economics of skills obsolescence, 139-173, 2002
1282002
Are computer skills the new basic skills? The returns to computer, writing and math skills in Britain
L Borghans, B Ter Weel
Labour Economics 11 (1), 85-98, 2004
1222004
Educational presorting and occupational segregation
L Borghans, L Groot
Labour Economics 6 (3), 375-395, 1999
1151999
Wage effects of on‐the‐job training: A meta‐analysis
C Haelermans, L Borghans
British Journal of Industrial Relations 50 (3), 502-528, 2012
1092012
The debate in economics about skill utilization
L Borghans, A De Grip
The Overeducated Worker?, 3-24, 2000
892000
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