Economic Policy, Vol. 33, no. 94, pp 265-314.
Should we sort it out later? The effect of tracking age on long-run outcomes, with Lex Borghans, Wendy Smits and Jannes de Vries, Accepted for Publication at Economics of Education Review.
BOOKS AND REPORTS
Mapping At-risk-of-poverty Rates, Household Employment, and Social Spending, with Frank Van-
denbroucke (2014), in Cantillion, B. and Vandenbroucke F. (eds), Reconciling Work and Poverty Reduction. How Successful are European Welfare States (pp 1-59), Oxford University Press,
Investeringen in persoonlijke ontwikkeling verbeteren sociaal-economische uitkomsten, with Lex
Borghans and Bas ter Weel, 2014, Centraal Planbureau Policy Brief, 2014/08
The Teacher or the Test? An Analysis of the Long-run Predictive Power of School Achievement Indicators, with Lex Borghans and Trudie Schils, April 2019
Personality Traits, Preferences and Educational Choices: a Focus on STEM'', with Lex Borghans and Johan Coenen, Revise and Resubmit at Journal of Economic Psychology.
Mind the Gap: The Role of Skill Dispersion for Future Attainment'', with Mariana Tavares and Lex Borghans, January 2019
An Economic Analysis of the Optimal School Starting Age, with Lex
Borghans, December 2015
WORK IN PROGRESS
The Relation Between Non-Cognitive Skills and Early School Leaving, with Trudie Schils.
How does early deprivation relate to later-life outcomes? A longitudinal analysis, with Frank Vandenbroucke