Hans van Kippersluis
Hans van Kippersluis
Professor of Applied Economics, Erasmus University
Verified email at ese.eur.nl
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Long-term and spillover effects of health shocks on employment and income
P García-Gómez, H Van Kippersluis, O O’Donnell, E Van Doorslaer
Journal of Human Resources 48 (4), 873-909, 2013
1852013
Long-run returns to education does schooling lead to an extended old age?
H Van Kippersluis, O O’Donnell, E Van Doorslaer
Journal of human resources 46 (4), 695-721, 2011
1732011
The Effect of Education on Health and Mortality: A Review of Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Evidence.
TJ Galama, A Lleras-Muney, H Van Kippersluis
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
1062018
A theory of socio-economic disparities in health over the life cycle
TJ Galama, H Van Kippersluis
The Economic Journal 129 (617), 338-374, 2019
1052019
Self‐employment and health: Barriers or benefits?
CA Rietveld, H van Kippersluis, AR Thurik
Health economics 24 (10), 1302-1313, 2015
1052015
Socioeconomic differences in health over the life cycle in an Egalitarian country
H Van Kippersluis, O O'Donnell, E Van Doorslaer, T Van Ourti
Social science & medicine 70 (3), 428-438, 2010
922010
Health and income across the life cycle and generations in Europe
H Van Kippersluis, T Van Ourti, O O’Donnell, E Van Doorslaer
Journal of health economics 28 (4), 818-830, 2009
852009
Pleiotropy-robust Mendelian randomization
H Van Kippersluis, CA Rietveld
International Journal of Epidemiology 47 (4), 1279-1288, 2018
632018
Health inequalities through the lens of health-capital theory: issues, solutions, and future directions
TJ Galama, H Van Kippersluis
Health and inequality, 2013
602013
Education and health: the role of cognitive ability
GE Bijwaard, H van Kippersluis, J Veenman
Journal of Health Economics 42, 29-43, 2015
572015
The contribution of occupation to health inequality
B Ravesteijn, H van Kippersluis, E van Doorslaer
Health and inequality, 2013
562013
The wear and tear on health: What is the role of occupation?
B Ravesteijn, H Kippersluis, E Doorslaer
Health economics 27 (2), e69-e86, 2018
552018
Wealth and health behavior: Testing the concept of a health cost
H Van Kippersluis, TJ Galama
European economic review 72, 197-220, 2014
372014
Beyond plausibly exogenous
H van Kippersluis, CA Rietveld
The Econometrics Journal 21 (3), 316-331, 2018
362018
Long run returns to education: does schooling lead to an extended old age?
H van Kippersluis, O O’Donnell, E Van Doorslaer
The Journal of human resources 4, 1, 2009
322009
Smoking initiation: Peers and personality
CS Hsieh, H Van Kippersluis
Quantitative Economics 9 (2), 825-863, 2018
262018
A theory of education and health
TJ Galama, H van Kippersluis
RAND Working Paper Series WR-1094, 2015
242015
Efficiency of health investment: education or intelligence?
GE Bijwaard, H Van Kippersluis
Health economics 25 (9), 1056-1072, 2016
192016
A theory of socioeconomic disparities in health
TJ Galama, H van Kippersluis
CentER, Tilburg University, 2011
172011
Why the rich drink more but smoke less: the impact of wealth on health behaviors
H Van Kippersluis, TJ Galama
RAND Working Paper Series WR-988, 2013
162013
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