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Bucher-Koenen, T., Lusardi, A., Alessie, R., & van Rooij, M. (2017). How Financially Literate Are Women? An Overview and New Insights, Journal of Consumer Affairs.
Hernandez, L., Jonker, N., & Kosse, A. (2017). Cash versus debit card: the role of budget control, Journal of Consumer Affairs.
Parlevliet, J. (2017). What drives public acceptance of reforms? Longitudinal evidence from a Dutch pension reform, Public Choice.
van der Cruijsen, C., Jansen, D., & van Rooij, M. (2017). The Rose-Tinted Spectacles of Homeowners, Journal of Consumer Affairs.
van der Cruijsen, C., & Diepstraten, M. (2017). Banking products: You can take them with you, so why don't you?, Journal of Financial Services Research.
Vermeer, N., Mastrogiacomo, M., & van Soest, A. (2017). Demanding occupations and the retirement age in the Netherlands, Labor Economics.
Blom, A.G., Bosnjak, M., Cornillieau, A., Cousteaux, A-S, Das, M., Douhou, S., & Krieger, U. (2016). A Comparison of Four Probability-Based Online and Mixed-Mode Panels in Europe, Social Science Computer Review, 34(1), 8-25.
Bosnjak, M., Das, M., & Lynn, P. (2016). Methods for probability-based online and mixed-mode panels: selected recent trends and future perspectives, Social Science Computer Review, 34(1), 3-7, DOI: 10.1177/0894439315579246. (1.38 MB)
Bosnjak, M., Das, M., & Lynn, P. (2016). Methods for Probability-Based Online and Mixed-Mode Panels: Selected Recent Trends and Future Perspectives, Social Science Computer Review, 34(1), 3-7.
Brounen, D., Koedijk, K., & Pownall, R. (2016). Household financial planning and savings behavior, Journal of International Money and Finance, 69, 95-107.
Bucher-Koenen, T., Lusardi, A., Alessie, R., & van Rooij, M. (2016). How Financially Literate Are Women? An Overview and New Insights, The Journal of Consumer Affairs.
Cox, R.H.G.M., & Zwinkels, R.C.J. (2016). Mortgage Insurance Adoption in the Netherlands, Real Estate Economics.
Hernandez, L., Jonker, N., & Kosse, A. (2016). Cash versus Debit Card: The Role of Budget Control, The Journal of Consumer Affairs.
Houben, A., & van Rooij, M. (2016). Aanpassingen financiele systeem nog onvoldoende voor breed herstel vertrouwen, Me Judice, 09/2016.
Houben, A. (2016). Nieuwe instrumenten voor een financieel weerbaar systeem, TPEdigitaal, 10(3), 27-48.
Jonker, N., & van der Cruijsen, C. (2016). Contactloos betalen wijdverbreid, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 11/2016.
Kramer, M. (2016). Financial literacy, confidence and financial advice seeking, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 131, 198-217.
Kramer, M.M. (2016). Financial literacy, confidence and financial advice seeking, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 131, 198-217.
Le Blanc, J., Porpiglia, A., Teppa, F., Zhu, J., & Ziegelmeyer, M. (2016). Household Saving Behavior in the Euro Area, International Journal of Central Banking, 12(2), 15-69.
van der Cruijsen, C., de Haan, J., & Jansen, D.-J. (2016). Trust and Financial Crisis Experiences, Social Indicators Research, 127(2), 577-600.
van der Cruijsen, C., Jansen, D.-J., & van Rooij, M. (2016). The Rose-Tinted Spectacles of Homeowners, The Journal of Consumer Affairs.
van der Cruijsen, C., & van der Horst, F. (2016). De relatie tussen aankoopbedrag en betaalgedrag, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 101(4725), 16.
van Giesen, R.I., Fischer, A.R.H., & van Trijp, J.C.M. (2016). Changes in the influence of affect and cognition over time on consumer attitude formation toward nanotechnology: A longitudinal survey study, Public Understanding of Science, 07/2016, DOI: 10.1177/0963662516661292.
van Giesen, R.I., Fischer, A.R.H., & van Trijp, J.C.M. (2016). Changes in the influence of affect and cognition over time on consumer attitude formation toward nanotechnology: A longitudinal survey study, Public Understanding of Science, 07/2016, DOI: 10.1177/0963662516661292.
van Ooijen, R., & van Rooij, M. (2016). Mortgage risk, debt literacy and financial advice, Journal of Banking and Finance, 72, 201-217.
van Rooij, M. (2016). De rol van feiten en gevoel in consumptiegedrag, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 101(4742S), 53-54.
Vermeer, N., Mastrogiacomo, M., & van Soest, A. (2016). Demanding occupations and the retirement age, Labour Economics, 43, 159-170.
Vermeer, N. (2016). Age Anchors and the Expected Retirement Age: An Experimental Study, De Economist, 164(3), 255-279.
Blom, A.G., Bosnjak, M., Cornillieau, A., Cousteaux, A.-S., Das, M., Douhou, S., & Krieger, U. (2015). A comparison of four probability-based online and mixed-mode panels in Europe, Social Science Computer Review, 34(1), 8-25.
Cox, R.H.G.M., Brounen, D., & Neuteboom, P. (2015). Financial literacy, risk aversion and choice of mortgage type by households, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 50, 74-112.
Daly, M., Delaney, L., & Baumeister, R.F. (2015). Self-control, future orientation, smoking, and the impact of Dutch tobacco control measures, Addictive Behaviors Report, 1, 489–507.
de Bresser, J., & van Soest, A. (2015). Retirement expectations and satisfaction with retirement provisions, Review of Income and Wealth, 61(1), 119-139.
Disatnik, D., & Steinhart, Y. (2015). Need for cognitive closure, risk aversion, uncertainty changes, and their effect on investment decisions, Journal of Marketing and Research, 52(3), 349 - 359.
Elshout, M., Nelissen, R.M.A., & van Beest, I. (2015). A prototype analysis of vengeance, Personal Relationships, 22, 502-523, DOI: 10.1111/pere.12092.
Elshout, M., Nelissen, R.M.A., & van Beest, I. (2015). Vengeance is self-focused: Comparing vengeful to anger-driven responses, Cognition and Emotion, 29, 1239-1255, DOI: 10.1080/02699931.2014.976181.
Jansen, D-J., Mosch, R., & van der Cruijsen, C. (2015). When does the general public lose trust in banks?, Journal of Financial Services Research, 48(2), 127-141.
Le Blanc, J., Orpiglia, A., Teppa, F., Zhu, J., & Ziegelmeyer, M. (2015). Household saving behaviour in the Euro area, International Journal of Central Banking.
Palali, A., & van Ours, J. (2015). Distance to cannabis-shops and age of onset of cannabis use, Health Economics, 24(11), 1483-1501.
van der Cruijsen, C., de Haan, J., & Jansen, D-J. (2015). Trust and financial crisis experiences, Social Indicators Research. (6.7 MB)
van der Cruijsen, C., Jansen, D-J., & de Haan, J. (2015). How much does the public know about the ECB's monetary policy? Evidence from a survey of Dutch consumers, International Journal of Central Banking, 11(4), 169-218.
van der Cruijsen, C., Jansen, D.-J., & de Haan, J. (2015). How much does the public know about the ECB's monetary policy? Evidence from a survey of Dutch consumers, ECB Working Paper.
van der Cruijsen, C. (2015). Kennis over bankproducten, Economisch Statistisch Berichten, 100(4716), 492.
van Giesen, R.I., Fischer, A.R.H., van Dijk, H., & van Trijp, J.C.M. (2015). Tracing attitude expressions: An eye-tracker study, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, DOI: 10.1002/bdm.1920.
van Giesen, R.I., Fischer, A.R.H., van Dijk, H., & van Trijp, J.C.M. (2015). Affect and cognition in attitude formation toward (un)familiar attitude objects, PlosOne, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0141790.
von Gaudecker, H.-M. (2015). How does household portfolio diversification vary with financial sophistication and financial advice?, Journal of Finance, 70(2), 489–507.
Yao, Y., & van Ours, J. (2015). Language skills and labor market performance of immigrants in the Netherlands, Labour Economics, 34, 76-85.
Abrevaya, J., & Shen, S. (2014). Estimation of censored panel-data models with slope heterogeneity, Journal of Applied Econometrics, 29(4), 523-548.
Adriaens, H., Fontein, P.F., Nelissen, J., & de Vos, K. (2014). Toekomstige lerarentekorten in het voortgezet onderwijs, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 99(4699 & 4700), 776-779.
Das, M., & Couper, M.P. (2014). Optimizing opt-out consent for record linkage, Journal of Official Statistics, 30(3), 1-20.
de Bruijne, M., & Wijnant, A. (2014). Mobile Response in Web Panels, Social Science Computer Review.
de Bruijne, M., & Wijnant, A. (2014). Improving response rates and questionnaire design for mobile web surveys, Public Opinion Quarterly, 78(4), 951 - 962.
Georgarakos, D., Haliassos, M., & Pasini, G. (2014). Household debt and social interactions, Review of Financial Studies, 27(5), 1404 - 1433.
Gollin, D., Lagakos, D., & Waugh, M.E. (2014). The Agricultural Productivity Gap, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 129(2), 939-993.
Jansen, D.-J., Mosch, R., & van der Cruijsen, C. (2014). When does the general public lose trust in banks?, Journal of Financial Services Research, nog te verschijnen.
Kosse, A. (2014). The safety of cash and debit cards: A study on the perception and behaviour of Dutch consumers, International Journal of Central Banking, 9(4), 77 - 98.
Moors, G., Kieruj, N.D., & Vermunt, J.K. (2014). The effect of labeling and numbering of response scales on the likelihood of response bias, Sociological Methodology, 44(1), 369 - 399.
Teppa, F., & Lafourcade, P. (2014). Een flexibelere uitbetaling van pensioenen, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 99(4695), No. 99(4695), 634-636.
van der Cruijsen, C., de Haan, J., & Jansen, D. (2014). Stabiliteit financiële instellingen belangrijk voor vertrouwen, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 99(4679), 106-108.
van der Cruijsen, C. (2014). Rooskleurig beeld waarde eigen woning, Economisch Statistisch Berichten, 99(4677), 48.
van Rooij, M.C.J., & Teppa, F. (2014). Personal traits and individual choices: Taking action in economic and non-economic decisions, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 100, 33-43.
Abrevaya, J., & Shen, S. (2013). Estimation of censored panel-data models with slope heterogeneity, Journal of Applied Econometrics, 29(4), 523-548, DOI: 10.1002/jae.2325.
Booth, A., & van Ours, J. (2013). Part-time jobs: what women want?, Journal of Population Economics, 26, 263-283.
Cerveny, J., & van Ours, J. (2013). Unemployment of non-western Immigrants in the Great Recession, De Economist, 161, 463-480.
Cox, R.H.G.M. (2013). Risicomanagement in de Nederlandse woningmarkt, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 98(4674 & 4675), 769 - 771.
Cox, R.H.G.M. (2013). Why mortgage lenders need better educated borrowers, RSM Insight, 16, 20 - 22.
Cuelenaere, B., & Veerman, T.J. (2013). De zoektocht naar optimale loondoorbetaling bij ziekte, TPEdigitaal 2013, 7(3), 18-34.
de Bruijne, M., & Wijnant, A. (2013). Comparing survey results obtained via mobile devices and computers: An experiment with a mobile web survey on a heterogeneous group of mobile devices versus a computer-assisted web survey, Social Science Computer Review, 31(4), 483 - 505.
de Bruijne, M., & Wijnant, A. (2013). Can mobile web surveys be taken on computers? A discussion on a multi-device survey design, Survey Practice, 6(4).
De Silva, D. G, & Pownall, R. A (2013). Going green: Does it depend on gender, education or income, Applied Economics, 46(5), 573 - 586, DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2013.857003.
Douhou, S., & van Soest, A. (2013). Explaining subjective well-being: the role of victimization, trust, health, and social norms, Applied Econometrics, 31(3), 52 - 78.
Ebner, A. (2013). A micro view on home equity withdrawal and its determinants: Evidence from Dutch households, Journal of Housing Economics, 22(4), 321 - 337.
Elshout, M., Nelissen, R.M.A., & van Beest, I. (2013). Een prototypeanalyse van wraak, Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2013: Maastricht: ASPO Pers.
Fouarge, D., Schils, T., & de Grip, A. (2013). Why do low-educated workers invest less in further training?, Applied Economics, 45(18), 2587 - 2601.
Kapteyn, A., Smith, J.P., & van Soest, A. (2013). Are Americans really less happy with their incomes?, The Review of Income and Wealth, 59(1), 44 - 65.
Leenheer, J., & Scherpenzeel, A. (2013). Does it pay off to include non-internet households in an internet panel?, International Journal of Internet Science, 8(1), 17 - 29.
Leenheer, J., & Pieters, R. (2013). Vertrouwen in economie en maatschappelijke actoren, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 98(4657), 205 - 207.
Mastrogiacomo, M., & Alessie, R. (2013). The precautionary savings motive and household savings, Oxford Economics Papers, 66(1), 164 - 187, DOI: 10.1093/oep/gpt028.
Picchio, M., & van Ours, J. (2013). Retaining through training; even for older workers, Economics of Education Review, 32, 29-48.
Pieters, R. (2013). Bidirectional dynamics of materialism and loneliness: Not just a vicious cycle, Journal of Consumer Research, 40(4), 615 - 631. (308.67 KB)
Prast, H., & Teppa, F. (2013). Gedragseconomische pensioenoplossingen, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 98(4660), 312 - 315.
van der Cruijsen, C. (2013). Financiële (on)kundigheid, Economische Statistische Berichten, 98(4660), 304.
van der Cruijsen, C., de Haan, J., Jansen, D.-J., & Mosch, R. (2013). Knowledge and opinions about banking supervision: Evidence from a survey of Dutch households, Journal of Financial Stability, 9(2), 219 - 229.
van Duijn, M., Mastrogiacomo, M., Lindeboom, M., & Lundborg, P. (2013). Expected and actual replacement rates in the pension system of the Netherlands: How and why do they differ?, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 12, 168 - 189.
van Giesen, R.I. (2013). Puppy’s, injectienaalden en attitudevorming: Een eye-tracking studie, STAtOR, 17-20.
von Gaudecker, H.-M. (2013). How does household portfolio diversification vary with financial sophistication and financial advice?, Journal of Finance, 70(2), 489 - 507.
Cox, R.H.G.M., & de Jong-Tennekes, M. (2012). Hypotheek verzekeren of niet? Gedragseconomische factoren, Real Estate Research Quarterly, 3, 6 - 13.
Das, M. (2012). Innovation in online data collection for scientific research: The Dutch MESS project, Methodological Innovations Online, 7(1), 7 - 24.
Dellaert, B., Donkers, B., & van Soest, A. (2012). Complexity effects in choice experiment-based models, Journal of Marketing Research, 49(3), 424 - 434.
Dellaert, B., & Häubl, G. (2012). Searching in choice mode: Consumer decision processes in product search with recommendations, Journal of Marketing Research, 49(2), 277 - 288.
Elshout, M., Nelissen, R.M.A., & van Beest, I. (2012). Een psychologische typologie van wraak: Hoe wraak verschilt van ander negatief gedrag, Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2012: Utrecht: ASPO Pers.
Gorter, J., & Schilp, P. (2012). Grote aversie tegen kleine risico’s, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 97(4636), 340 - 343.
Huck, S., & Mueller, W. (2012). Allais for all: Revisiting the paradox in a large representative sample, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 44, 261 - 293.
Kalwij, A., Alessie, R.J.M., & Knoef, M.G. (2012). The association between individual income and remaining life expectancy at the age of 65 in the Netherlands, Demography, 50(1), 181 - 206.
Leenheer, J., & Scherpenzeel, A. (2012). Loont het om huishoudens zonder internet op te nemen in een internetpanel?, Ontwikkelingen in het marktonderzoek: jaarboek MarktOnderzoekAssociatie, 37, 75 - 88.
Nyhus, E., & Pons, E. (2012). Personality and the gender wage gap, Applied Economics, 44(1), 105 - 118.
Renneboog, L., & Spaenjers, C. (2012).  Religion, economic attitudes, and household finance, Oxford Economic Papers, 64(1), 103 - 127.
van der Cruijsen, C., de Haan, J., Jansen, D., & Mosch, R. (2012). Knowledge and opinions about banking supervision: Evidence from a survey of Dutch households, Journal of Financial Stability, 9(2), 219 - 229, DOI: 10.1016.j.jfs.2011.11.002.
van der Cruijsen, C., de Haan, J., Jansen, D., & Mosch, R. (2012). Households' decisions on savings accounts after negative experiences with banks during the financial crisis, Journal of Consumer Affairs, 46(3), 436 - 456.
van der Cruijsen, C., & van Rooij, M. (2012). Optimisme over eigen woning, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 97(4641), 484 - 486.
van der Cruijsen, C. (2012). Lastiger om rond te komen, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 97(4642), 508.
van der Heijden, E., Klein, T., Müller, W., & Potters, J. (2012). Framing effects and impatience: Evidence from a large scale experiment, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization , 84(2), 701-711.
van der Heijden, E., Klein, T., Müller, W., & Potters, J. (2012). Framing effects and impatience: Evidence from a large scale experiment, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 84(2), 701-711.
van Giesen, R.I. (2012). Nanotechnology scary? Lowlanders don’t think so!, Nanotextnl, 20.
van Rooij, M., Lusardi, A., & Alessie, R. (2012). Financial literacy, retirement planning, and household wealth, Economic Journal, 122, 449 - 478.
van Santen, P., Alessie, R., & Kalwij, A. (2012). Probabilistic survey questions and incorrect answers: Retirement income replacement rates, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 82, 267 - 280.
van Schie, R., Donkers, B., & Dellaert, B. (2012). Savings adequacy uncertainty: Driver or obstacle to increased pension contributions?, Journal of Economic Psychology, 33(4), 882 - 896.
von Gaudecker, H.-M., van Soest, A., & Wengstrom, E. (2012). Experts in experiments: How selection matters for estimated distributions of risk preferences, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 42(2), 159 - 190.
Adriaens, H., Fontein, P.F., Nelissen, J., & de Vos, K. (2011). Balans van de onderwijsarbeidsmarkt, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96(4606), 102-105.
Alessie, R., van Rooij, M., & Lusardi, A. (2011). Financial literacy and retirement preparation in the Netherlands, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 10(4), 527 - 546.
Bellemare, C., Kröger, S., & van Soest, A. (2011). Preferences, intentions, and expectation violations: a large-scale experiment with a representative subject pool, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 788, 349 - 365.
Binswanger, J., & Schunk, D. (2011). What is an adequate standard of living during retirement?, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 1 - 20.
Cox, R.H.G.M., Brounen, D., & Neuteboom, P. (2011). Financiële onderlegdheid en hypotheekkeuze van huishoudens, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96(4614 & 4615), 458 - 459.
Das, M., Toepoel, V., & van Soest, A. (2011). Nonparametric tests of panel conditioning and attrition bias in panel surveys, Sociological Methods and Research, 40(1), 32 - 56.
Douhou, S., Magnus, J.R., & van Soest, A. (2011). The perception of small crime, European Journal of Political Economy, 27(4), 749 - 763.
Gutiérrez-i-Puigarnau, E., & van Ommeren, J. (2011). Welfare effects of distortionary fringe benefits taxation: The case of employer-provided cars, International Economic Review, 52(4), 1105 - 1122.
Hurd, M., van Rooij, M.C.J., & Winter, J. (2011). Stock market expectations of Dutch households, Journal of Applied Economics, 26(3), 416 - 436.
Kapteyn, A., & Teppa, F. (2011). Subjective measures of risk aversion, fixed costs, and portfolio choice, Journal of Economic Psychology, 32(4), 564 - 580.
Nelissen, J., & de Vos, K. (2011). Meningen over de eurocrisis, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96(4622), 686 - 688.
Nelissen, J., & Verbon, H. (2011). De sociale gevolgen van het pensioenakkoord, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96(4625), 54 - 59.
Pawlina, G., Cunha, R., & Lambrecht, B. (2011). Household liquidity and incremental financing decisions: Theory and evidence, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 38(7-8), 1016 - 1052.
Picchio, M., & van Ours, J. (2011). Market imperfections and firm-sponsored training, Labour Economics, 18, 712-722.
van der Cruijsen, C., Jansen, D.-J., de Haan, J., & Mosch, R. (2011). Knowledge and opinions about banking supervision: Evidence from a survey of Dutch households, Journal of Financial Stability, DOI: 10.1016/j/jfs.2011.11.002.
van der Cruijsen, C., de Haan, J., Jansen, D.-J., & Mosch, R. (2011). Spaargedrag in crisistijd, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96(4620), 622 - 624.
van der Pol, M. (2011). Health, education, and time preference, Health Economics, 20(8), 917 - 929.
van Rooij, M., Alessie, R., & Lusardi, A. (2011). Pensioenakkoord vereist financieel inzicht, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96, 480 - 482.
van Rooij, M., Prast, H., & Smits, A. (2011). Gedragsreacties van pensioendeelnemers op nieuwe contracten, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96(4626).
van Rooij, M.C.J., Lusardi, A., & Alessie, R.J.M. (2011). Financial literacy and retirement planning in the Netherlands, Journal of Economic Psychology, 32(4), 593 - 608.
van Rooij, M., Prast, H., & Smits, A. (2011). Gedragsreacties van deelnemers op nieuwe contracten, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96(4625), 52 - 57.
van Rooij, M.C.J., Lusardi, A., & Alessie, R.J.M. (2011). Financial literacy and stock market participation, Journal of Financial Economics, 101(2), 449 - 472.
Veld-Merkoulova, Y. (2011). Investment horizon and portfolio choice of private investors, International Review of Fincancial Analysis, 20(2), 68 - 75.
von Gaudecker, H.-M., van Soest, A., & Wenström, E. (2011). Heterogeneity in risky choice behavior in a broad population, American Economic Review, 101(2), 664 - 694.
Adriaens, H., Knoef, M., & Nelissen, J. (2010). Beperkte consumptie vrijgevallen spaarloon, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 95, 717 - 718.
Balster, E., & Grim, R. (2010). Vruchtbare ontmoeting statistiek en Linked Data, e-Data&Research, 5(3). (221.47 KB)
Bolt, W., Jonker, N., & van Renselaar, C. (2010). Incentives at the counter: An empirical analysis of surcharging card payments and payment behaviour in the Netherlands, Journal of Banking and Finance, 34, 1738 - 1744.
Broeders, D., & Rijsbergen, D. (2010). Een levenscyclusbenadering met zekerheid, Tijdschrift voor Pensioenvraagstukken, 30 - 36.
Dimmock, S.G., & Kouwenberg, R. (2010). Loss-aversion and household portfolio choice, Journal of Empirical Finance, 17(3), 441 - 459.
Knoef, M., Alessie, R., & Kalwij, A. (2010). De inkomensverdeling van toekomstige ouderen in Nederland, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 95, 202 - 205.
Leenheer, J., & Pieters, R. (2010). Rationele emoties van consumenten, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 95, 505 - 507.
van der Cruijsen, C., de Haan, J., Jansen, D., & Mosch, R. (2010). Kennis en verwachtingen over bankentoezicht, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 95, 570 - 572.
van der Cruijsen, C. (2010). Kennis over monetair beleid, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 95, 464.
van der Cruijsen, C., & Eijffinger, S. (2010). From actual to perceived transparency: The case of the European Central Bank, Journal of Economic Psychology, 31, 388 - 399.
van der Heijden, E., Vloet, A., & van der Neut, I. (2010). De nieuwe Nederlander voelt zich thuis op de Universiteit van Tilburg, TH&MA, 58-61.
Achterberg, P., & Houtman, D. (2009). Ideologically illogical? Why do the lower-educated Dutch display so little value coherence?, Social Forces, 87(3), 1649 - 1670.
Allers, M.A., & Kooreman, P. (2009). More evidence of the effecrts of voting technology on election outcomes, Public Choice, 139, 159 - 170.
Jonker, N. (2009). Kostenbewust betalen in de Europese betaalmarkt, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 94, 330 - 332.
Kapteyn, A., Kleinjans, K., & van Soest, A. (2009). Intertemporal consumption with directly measured welfare functions and subjective expectations, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 72(1), 425 - 437.
Moors, G. (2009). Ranking the ratings: A latent-class regression model to control for overall agreement in opinion research, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 22(1), 93 - 119. (167.35 KB)
Neijens, P., & de Vreese, C. (2009). Helping citizens decide in referendums: The moderating effect of political sophistication on the use of the information and choice questionnaire as a decision aid, Public Opinion Quarterly, 73(3), 521 - 536.
Toepoel, V., Das, M., & van Soest, A. (2009). Design of web questionnaires: The effects of the number of items per screen, Field Methods, 21(2), 200 - 213.
Toepoel, V., Das, M., Vis, C., & van Soest, A. (2009). Design of web questionnaires: An information-processing perspective for the effect of response categories, Sociological Methods and Research, 37(3), 371-392, DOI: 10.1177/0049124108327123.
Toepoel, V., Das, M., & van Soest, A. (2009). Relating question type to panel conditioning: A comparison between trained and fresh respondents, Survey Research Methods, 3(2), 73 - 80.
Toepoel, V., Das, M., & van Soest, A. (2009). Design of Web Questionnaires: The Effect of Layout in Rating Scales, Journal of Official Statistics, 25(4), 509-528.
Bekker, M.H.J., & van Assen, M.A.L.M. (2008). Autonomy-connectedness and gender, Sex Roles, 59, 532 - 544.
Bellemare, C., Kröger, S., & van Soest, A. (2008). Measuring inequity aversion in a heterogeneous population using experimental decisions and subjective probabilities, Econometrica, 76(4), 815 - 839.
Dekker, F. (2008). Flexibele arbeid, werkonzekerheid en gemeenschapsgevoel: Steun voor collectieve sociale zekerheid in een flexibel arbeidsbestel, Sociologie, 4, 38 - 52.
Foudraine, M. (2008). Nederlandse bevolking positief over 10 jaar ECB, Economisch Statistische Berichten, 93, 493 - 494.
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Swabe, J.M., Rutgers, B.L.J.E., & Noordhuizen-Stassen, E.N. (2005). Cultural attitudes towards killing animals, The human-animal relationship (pp. 123-139). Assen: Van Gorcum.
Alessie, R., & Hochguertel, S. (2003). Stockholding in the Netherlands. In Guiso, L., Haliassos, M., & Jappelli, T. (Eds.), Stockholding in Europe (pp. 169-199). Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave-Macmillan.
Steg, L. (2003). Factors influencing the acceptability and effectiveness of transport pricing. In Schade, J., & Schlag, B. (Eds.), Acceptability of transport pricing strategies (pp. 187-202). Oxford: Elsevier Science.
Alessie, R., Hochguertel, S., & van Soest, A. (2002). Household portfolios in the Netherlands. In Guiso, L., Haliassos, M., & Jappelli, T. (Eds.), Household portfolios (pp. 341-388). Cambridge: MIT Press.
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Proefschriften en scripties
Grubener, P. (2017). International Comparisons of Household Asset Holdings (Seminar Thesis, Goethe University Frankfurt).
Yeung, K., Schrauwen, B., Verlinde, Y., & van Koeverden, C. (2017). Betaalt investeren in jezelf zich uit? De invloed van opleidingsniveau en gezondheid op het inkomen (Paper, Erasmus University Rotterdam).
Broeren, M. (2016). Alternative Shelf-Life Labelling and Perceptions of Product Quality, Product Safety and Disposal Likelihood. Designing Alternatives for the 'Best-Before Date' in the Fight Against Food Waste (Master's thesis, Tilburg University).
Broeren, M. (2016). Alternative Shelf-Life Labelling and Perceptions of Product Quality, Product Safety and Disposal Likelihood. Designing Alternatives for the "Best-Before Date" in the Fight Against Food Waste (Master's thesis, Tilburg University).
Havinga, T. (2016). Does the bequest motive explain savings behavior? - The importance of the bequest motive relative to precautionary savings (Bachelor's thesis, University of Groningen).
Havinga, T. (2016). Does the bequest motive explain savings behavior? – The importance of the bequest motive relative to precautionary savings (Bachelor’s thesis, University of Groningen). (1.11 MB)
Homan, A. (2016). The influence of parental financial teaching on saving and borrowing behavior (Master's thesis, University of Groningen). (786.9 KB)
Homan, A. (2016). The influence of parental financial teaching on saving and borrowing behavior (Master's thesis, University of Groningen).
Lavrijssen, A.H. (2016). Segmentation based on consumer shopping behavior: From shopping avoiders to impulsive hedonics (Master's thesis, Tilburg University). (831.79 KB)
Lavrijssen, A.H. (2016). Segmentation based on consumer shopping behavior: From shopping avoiders to impulsive hedonics (Master's thesis, Tilburg University).
van den Munckhof, j. (2016). The effect of shocks in household debt on health (Master's thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen).
van den Munckhof, j. (2016). The effect of shocks in household debt on health (Master’s thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen). (710.39 KB)
van Ooijen, R. (2016). Life cycle behavior under uncertainty: Essays on savings, mortgages and health (PhD Thesis, University of Groningen).
Waals, M. (2016). The effect of present looking on financial literacy (Bachelor's thesis, Tilburg University).
Waals, M. (2016). The effect of present looking on financial literacy (Bachelor’s thesis, Tilburg University). (943.01 KB)
Adikyan, S. (2015). Optimism and household portfolio choices: empirical evidence from Dutch household survey (Master’s thesis, University of Groningen).
Berendsen, H. (2015). Employment and fertility responses to childcare subsidies. Analysis of the impact of the 2005 Childcare Act in the Netherlands (Master's thesis, Tilburg University).
de Bruijne, M. (2015). Designing web surveys for the multi-device internet (Ph.D., Center for Economic Research, Tilburg University).
de Jonge, T. (2015). Different survey questions on the same topic. How to make responses comparable? (Erasmus University, Rotterdam).
de Snoo, M. (2015). Retirement savings by self-employed: a behavioral investigation – An investigation of the relation between retirement behavior and individual characteristics of self-employed (Master's thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam).
Mlodzick, C. (2015). Usury policies and financial expertise – A research on the relationship between financial expertise and owning a usury policy (Master's thesis, ). (2.17 MB)
Ronteltap, C. (2015). The effect of high loan-to-value ratios on homeowner mobility in the Dutch housing market (Master's thesis, University of Amsterdam). (363.31 KB)
Tsankova, R. (2015). Individual choices of risk in private health insurance (Master's thesis, Goethe University Frankfurt).
Verlaan, R. (2015). Owner-occupied housing and the household portfolio: the influence of the financial crisis (Master's thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen).
Vermeer, N. (2015). Non-financial determinants of the retirement age (PhD Thesis, Tilburg University).
Vullings, D. (2015). Looking beyond linearity: A nonparametric analysis of subjective well-being and income (Master's thesis, University of, Groningen). (1.71 MB)
Bruijns, S. (2014). Children and their parents' labor supply (Bachelor's thesis, University of Amsterdam). (908.65 KB)
Elshout, M. (2014). Vengeance (Ph.D., Ridderkerk: Ridderprint).
Janssen, P. (2014).  Does stress affect poverty? The effect of stress on cognitive abilities and wealth (Bachelor's thesis, Tilburg University).
Jessen, L. (2014). Time varying risk aversion and risk-taking behavior of Dutch individuals (Master's thesis, Tilburg University). (998.2 KB)
Kosse, A. (2014). Consumer payment choices: Room for further digitisation? (Tilburg University).
Kroese, L. (2014). he financial position of Dutch Households, a 'Minskian' perspective (Master's thesis, University of Amsterdam).
Oostenenk, T. (2014). Een onderzoek naar de financiële draagkracht van de oudere eigenaar-bewoner (Bachelor's thesis, Delft University of Technology).
Sisodia, A. (2014). Household energy consumption behavior during the financial crisis (Master's thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam).
Stivala, S. (2014). Underlying drivers of heterogeneous wealth accumulation across households - Evidence from DNB 2013 (Master's thesis, University College London).
Swinkels, R. (2014). How has the wealth and portfolio allocation changed over time in Dutch households, in particular during the financial crisis? (Bachelor's thesis, Tilburg University).
van Megen, M. (2014). Using subjective expectation of income to model precautionary savings (University of Groningen).
van Rooijen, P. (2014). How different job search methods affect expected wages (Bachelor's thesis, University of Amsterdam).
Vonk, K. (2014). The relation between income and health: Examining a possible causal effect of income on the use of the general practitioner in the Netherlands (Bachelor's thesis, University of Amsterdam).
Weijer, L.K. (2014). The impact of debt on the investment decision of Dutch households (Master's thesis, University of Groningen).
Bauer, L. (2013). The retrenchment of early retirement VUT (Master's thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam). (1.58 MB)
Crijnen, D.R.S. (2013). Which factors drive the level of debt for Dutch residents? (Master's thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam).
de Bresser, J. (2013). Between goals and expectations – Essays on pensions and retirement (Tilburg University).
Halterbeck, M. (2013). Career interruptions and subsequent training participation. Evidence from the ROA lifelong learning survey 2010 (Master's thesis, Maastricht University).
Ruis, J. (2013). Economische argumenten om te heffen over schenkingen en erfenissen (Master's thesis, Tilburg University). (1.2 MB)
Stasiukynaite, R. (2013). Essays on validation and estimation of agent-based models and on overconfidence measures (Tilburg University).
Timmermans, J. (2013). Welfaristische motieven om te heffen van nalatenschap en schenkingen (Master's thesis, Tilburg University).
Triep, M. (2013). Losses in the Great Recession: Dutch households under fire (Master's thesis, VU University Amsterdam).
Prins, J.H. (2012). Online activiteiten en slachtofferschap van traditionele vermogensdelicten: Een onderzoek vanuit de routine activiteiten theorie (Bachelor's thesis, University of Twente). (333.96 KB)
van Westrienen, H. (2012). What is the influence of an abolishment of the mortgage interest deduction on the house prices in the Netherlands? (Master's thesis, University of Amsterdam).
Zimmermann, T. (2012). Wechsel zu mehr Universalismus und Individualismus: Die distributiven Outcomes der niederländischen Gesundheitsreform 2006 (Bachelor's thesis, University of Konstanz).
Kobussen, M.I. (2011). The pension situation of the self-employed within the construction sector. A study on the pension gap of the self-employed and the possibility of improvement (Master's thesis, Tilburg University).
Schirmer, J.P. (2011). Impact of the availability of securitization onto the mortgage origination behavior of banks in the Netherlands: Evidence from the household level (Master's thesis, Rotterdam School of Management).
Smits, A. (2011). Diminishing the pension gap: From insight to action (Master's thesis, Tilburg University).
Zweerink, J. (2011). Wage discrimination against smokers in the Netherlands (Master's thesis, Tilburg University).
Andeweg, T. (2010). The road ahead: Are individuals able to plan for their retirement (Master's thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam).
Kahl, E. (2010). Consumer switching behaviour on the Dutch energy retail market (Master's thesis, Tilburg University).
Metsemakers, S. (2010). Overweight, underpaid? - Research on the influence of obesity on wages in the Netherlands (Master's thesis, Tilburg University). (574.21 KB)
Tuijp, M. (2010). Wealth holdings of Dutch citizens and savings motives over the life cycle (Master's thesis, University of Amsterdam).
Boonen, L.H.H.M. (2009). Consumer channeling in health care: (im)possible? (Erasmus University Rotterdam).
van Rooij, M. (2009). Financial literacy, retirement provisions, and houshold portfolio behavior (Utrecht University).
Everaars, F. (2008). Financial literacy and household portfolio composition (Master's thesis, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam).
van Daalen, G. (2008). Social support, does it make a difference? - Examining the relationship between social support, work-family conflict and well-being (Tilburg University), ISBN: 978-90-8891-032-6.
van der Cruijsen, C. (2008). The economic impact of Central Bank transparency (Tilburg University), ISBN: 978-90-5668-223-1.
van der Gaag, J. (2007). Subjective annuity prices (Bachelor's thesis, Tilburg University).
Kock, G. (2006). Waardering van publieke goederen in verschillende wereldbeelden. Een contingent valuation onderzoek.
Laros, F. (2006). Emotions in consumer research: An application to novel food products (CentER, Tilburg University), ISBN: ISBN 90-5668-162-1.
Nabitz, U. (2006). Quality management in health care--Empirical studies in addiction treatment services aligned to the EFQM excellence model (University of Amsterdam), ISBN: ISBN 90-6464-043-2.
Venhorst, V.A. (2006). Income, housing and the arrival of the first child. Adjustment by households in The Netherlands (Master's thesis, University of Groningen).
Teuwen, A. (2005). De eigen woning: rendement en/of tevredenheid? De eigen woning bezien vanuit CAPM en Behavioral Finance (Open University of the Netherlands).
Tu, Q. (2005). Empirical analysis of time preferences and risk aversion (CentER, Tilburg University), ISBN: 90-5668-143-5.
Bellemare, C. (2004). Microeconometric essays on migration, trust and satisfaction (CentER, Tilburg University), ISBN: 90-5668-131-1.
Fung, S. (2004). Vergrijzen en verzilveren. Een onderzoek naar de overwaarde van de eigenwoningvoorraad van senioren huishoudens in Nederland (Master's thesis, University of Amsterdam).
Venhorst, V.A. (2004). Determinants of happiness in The Netherlands: Relative income and the composition of reference groups (Master's thesis, University of Groningen).
Teppa, F. (2003). Estimating preference parameters in individual financial decision making (CentER, Tilburg University), ISBN: 90-5668-112-5.
Josten, E. (2002). The effects of extended workdays (Tilburg University).
Nyhus, E.K. (2002). Psychological determinants of household saving behaviour (Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration), ISBN: 82-405-0073-0.
Paas, L.J. (2002). Acquisition pattern analysis with Mokken scales: Applications in the financial services market (Tilburg University), ISBN: 90-75001-53-3.
Conlon, B.J. (2001). Consumer rationality in choice (CentER, Tilburg University), ISBN: 90-5668-085-4.
Lijklema, S. (2001). Water beheren en communiceren -- Een studie naar het publieke draagvlak voor het waterbeheer in Nederland (Wageningen University), ISBN: 90-5808-484-1.
Vazquez-Alvarez, R. (2001). A nonparametric approach to the sample selection problem in survey design (CentER, Tilburg University), ISBN: 90-5668-087-0.
Donkers, A.C.D. (2000). Subjective information in economic decision making (CentER, Tilburg University), ISBN: 90-5668-071-4.
Oppenhuisen, J. (2000). Een schaap in de bus? Een onderzoek naar waarden van de Nederlander (University of Amsterdam), ISBN: 90-76802-02-5.
Hoogendoorn, A.W. (1999). Measuring more or less -- Estimating product period penetrations from incomplete panel data (University of Amsterdam).
Yzer, M.C. (1999). Mass media campaigns to promote safe sex: An evaluation of public campaigns in The Netherlands (University of Groningen), ISBN: 90-76269-12-2.
Hochguertel, S. (1998). Households' portfolio choices (CentER, Tilburg University), ISBN: 90-5668-038-2.
Mertens, E.H.M. (1998). Loopbaanonderbrekingen en kinderen: Gevolgen voor de beloning van vrouwen (Utrecht University), ISBN: 90-393-1839-5.
Scherpenzeel, A. (1995). A question of quality -- Evaluating survey questions by multitrait-multimethod studies (University of Amsterdam), ISBN: 90-72125-51-7.
van Rij, C. (1994). To join or not to join -- An event-history analysis of trade-union membership in the Netherlands (University of Amsterdam), ISBN: 90-74598-03.
Kalfs, N. (1993). Hour by hour -- Effects of the data collection mode in time use research (University of Amsterdam), ISBN: 90-74598-01-3.
van den Putte, B. (1993). On the theory of reasoned action (University of Amsterdam), ISBN: 90-9006025-1.
Wetenschappelijk rapport
Fontein, P.F., Vloet, A., M. Uijl, den, Prüfer, P., Adriaens, H., & de Vos, K. (2017). IPTO: vakken en bevoegdheden peildatum 1 oktober 2015: CentERdata. (3.15 MB)
Prüfer, P., & Kieruj, N. (2017). Data science maturity van gemeenten: CentERdata & JADS. (1.95 MB)
Prüfer, P., Kieruj, N., & Mulder, J. (2017). Evaluatie “Wie wil jij zijn?”: CentERdata. (1.62 MB)
Elsen, M., Elshout, M., & van Giesen, R.I. (2016). Effecten van standaardproducten op keuzegedrag van consumenten. Tilburg: CentERdata.
Elsen, M., Elshout, M., & van Giesen, R.I. (2016). Effecten van standaardproducten op keuzegedrag van consumenten.
Elshout, M., Elsen, M., Leenheer, J., Loos, M., & Luzak, J. (2016). Study on consumers’ attitudes towards Terms and Conditions (T&Cs): Report for the European Commission.
Elshout, M., Elsen, M., Leenheer, J., Loos, M., & Luzak, J. (2016). Study on consumers' attitudes towards Terms and Conditions (T&Cs): Report for the European Commission .
Fontein, P.F., Prüfer, P., de Vos, K., & Vloet, A. (2016). IPTO: vakken en bevoegdheden peildatum 1 oktober 2014: CentERdata. (2.72 MB)
van Giesen, R.I., & Elsen, M. (2016). Consumentenprikkels voor efficiënt betalen: GEA pilot.
van Giesen, R.I., & Elshout, M. (2016). START2ACT Report on the optimisation of mentoring and training. Tilburg: CentERdata.
van Giesen, R.I., & Elshout, M. (2016). START2ACT Report on the optimisation of mentoring and training. (1.02 MB)
van Giesen, R.I., & Elsen, M. (2016). Consumentenprikkels voor efficient betalen: GEA pilot. Tilburg: CentERdata.
van Giesen, R.I., & Kieruj, N. (2016). START2ACT Baseline assessment report. (1.02 MB)
van Giesen, R.I., & Kieruj, N. (2016). START2ACT Baseline assessment report. Tilburg: CentERdata.
Benink, H., Das, M., Cuelenaere, B., & Elshout, S. (2015). Is de economische crisis voorbij? Een onderzoek naar de schuldenproblematiek in Nederland. Tiel: BKR. (3.89 MB)
Cuelenaere, B., van den Brink, E., & Mulder, J. (2015). Ervaringen gemeenten met Participatiewet, eerste meting. Tilburg: CentERdata. (4.1 MB)
Cuelenaere, B., & Mulder, J. (2015). Effecten van recent beleid op financiële positie 55-plussers. Tilburg: CentERdata. (461.87 KB)
Fontein, P.F., van der Boom, E., & Vrielink, S. (2015). Loopbaanmonitor 2015, Begeleiding van beginnende leraren: CentERdata/MOOZ.
Fontein, P.F., M. Uijl, den, de Vos, K., van der Boom, E., & Vrielink, S. (2015). Loopbaanmonitor Onderwijs, Microdata: 2006-2013. Enquête: 2014-2015: CentERdata.
Fontein, P.F., Adriaens, H., & M. Uijl, den (2015). De arbeidsmarkt voor leraren vo 2015-2020, regio Flevoland: CentERdata.
Fontein, P.F., de Vos, K., & Vloet, A. (2015). IPTO: vakken en bevoegdheden peildatum 1 oktober 2013: CentERdata.
Fontein, P.F., Adriaens, H., M. Uijl, den, & de Vos, K. (2015). De toekomstige arbeidsmarkt voor onderwijspersoneel po, vo en mbo 2015-2025, update oktober 2015: CentERdata.
Prüfer, P. (2015). Knelpuntregio’s lerarenarbeidsmarkt: een eerste verkenning: CPB Achtergronddocument, CPB, The Hague. (2.28 MB)
van Giesen, R.I., Elsen, M., & Leenheer, J. (2015). Milan BEXpo 2015: A behavioural study on food choices and eating habits, DOI: 10.2838/537411.
Bulletin, DNB (2014). Gebruik creditcard over de grens daalt, 01/2014.
Leenheer, J., Cuelenaere, B., Elsen, M., & Mulder, J. (2014). Verzekering overlijdensrisico, eindrapport. Tilburg: CentERdata. (1.79 MB)
van der Boom, E., Vrielink, S., & Vloet, A. (2014). Loopbaanmonitor 2013. Begeleiding van beginnende leraren.
Bulletin, DNB (2013). Nederlander kent oorzaken hoge staatsschuld onvoldoende, 04/2013: DNB.
Bulletin, DNB (2013). Steeds minder verschil tussen betalen in Nederland en betalen over de grens, 01/2013.
Factsheet, DNB (2013). Grensoverschrijdend betaalgedrag door Nederlanders in 2013.
Fontein, P.F., Adriaens, H., Nelissen, J., de Vos, K., & Vloet, A. (2013). De toekomstige arbeidsmarkt voor onderwijspersoneel 2013-2025: CentERdata.
Nugteren, R., Veenhof, C., Markhous, S., Balster, E., Grootveld, M.J., & Swertz, M.A. (2013). Digitale Diamanten; Datamanagement voor onderzoeksprojecten gesubsidieerd door ZonMw. (809.59 KB)
Bulletin, DNB (2012). Herstel van vertrouwen van huishoudens in de financiële sector blijft tot nu toe uit, 06/2012.
Bulletin, DNB (2012). Kennis over Europees betalen bij consument beperkt, 01/2012.
Factsheet, DNB (2012). Grensoverschrijdend betaalgedrag door Nederlanders in 2012.
Bulletin, DNB (2011). Nederlanders pinnen steeds vaker, ook over de grens, 12/2011.
Bulletin, DNB (2011). Koopwoningen beter betaalbaar voor starters, 12/2011.
Bulletin, DNB (2011). Spaargedrag in crisistijd, 08/2011.
Factsheet, DNB (2011). Grensoverschrijdend betaalgedrag door Nederlanders in 2011.
Bulletin, DNB (2010). Voorkeuren van pensioendeelnemers, 12/2010.
Fontein, P.F., Adriaens, H., Nelissen, J., & de Vos, K. (2010). De toekomstige arbeidsmarkt voor onderwijspersoneel 2010-2020, BAPO rapportage 193: Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap.
Fontein, P.F., & Adriaens, H. (2010). Analyse van uitbreidingen van het melk-, vet-, en eiwitmodel van FrieslandCampina: CentERdata.
Kwartaalbericht, DNB (2010). Kennis over monetair beleid: Belangrijk maar gebrekkig, 09/2010.
Das, M. (2009). Dan vraag je gewoon om problemen! Zonder goede survey data, geen goed onderzoek: Tilburg University Press.
DNB, & AFM (2009). Risico’s op de hypotheekmarkt voor huishoudens en hypotheekverstrekkers.
DNB (2009). De veiligheid van toonbankbetaalmiddelen: Een onderzoek naar de beleving en het gedrag van de Nederlandse consument.
Kwartaalbericht, DNB (2009). Veilig betalen in Nederland, 03/2009.
Kwartaalbericht, DNB (2009). Nederland maakt pas op de plaats, 03/2009.
Fontein, P.F., & de Vos, K. (2008). Topinkomens bij de overheid 1998-2006: CentERdata.
Kwartaalbericht, DNB (2008). Vroegpensioen, de levensloopregeling en het vermogen van Nederlandse huishoudens, 03/2008.
Kwartaalbericht, DNB (2008). Betalen in het Eurogebied: nog niet alle wensen vervuld, 12/2008.
Oudejans, M., & Vis, C. (2008). Slachtoffers van (poging tot) oplichting. Tilburg: CentERdata.
Bank, E Central (2007). EU Banking Sector Stability report (2007).
Fontein, P.F., de Vos, K., Nelissen, J., & Knoef, M. (2007). Arbeidsmarktdynamiek van de overheid: CentERdata.
Fontein, P.F., Knoef, M., & de Vos, K. (2007). Evaluatie 2-2-2 ploegendienst Trespa International B.V.: CentERdata.
Kwartaalbericht, DNB (2007). Prikkels aan de kassa, 12/2007.
Kwartaalbericht, DNB (2007). Internetbankieren nu en in de toekomst, 06/2007.
Kwartaalbericht, DNB (2007). Betalen op internet: de klant is tevreden, 03/2007.
Fontein, P.F., Nelissen, J., de Vos, K., et al. (2006). De toekomstige arbeidsmarkt voor onderwijspersoneel tot 2015: Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap.
Kwartaalbericht, DNB (2006). Quo vadis Europa? Europa: integratie versus identiteit, 03/2006.
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