Published Articles in Journals

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  • Persuasive populism? Estimating the effect of populist messages on political cynicism
    Matthijs Rooduijn, Wouter van der Brug, Sarah de Lange and Jante Parlevliet
    Politics and Governance, 2017, 5(4), 136–145
  • Finance and income inequality: A review and new evidence
    Jakob de Haan and Jan-Egbert Sturm
    European Journal of Political Economy, 2017, 50, 171- 195
  • Analyzing systemic risk in the Chinese banking system
    Qiubin Huang, Jakob de Haan and Bert Scholtens
    Pacific Economic Review, 2019, 24(2), 348–372.
  • Does banknote quality affect counterfeit detection? Experimental evidence from Germany and the Netherlands
    Frank van der Horst, Martina Eschelbach, Susann Sieber and Jelle Miedema
    Journal of Economics and Statistics, 2017, 237(6), 469-497
  • Macroprudential policy and income inequality
    Jon Frost and René de Sousa van Stralen
    Journal of International Money and Finance, 2018, 85(C), 278-290
  • Who’s the boss at the top? A micro-level analysis of director expertise, status and conformity within boards
    Dennis Veltrop, Eric Molleman, Reggy Hooghiemstra, Hans van Ees
    Journal of Management Studies, 2017, 54(7), 1079–1110
  • Central bank swap lines and CIP deviations
    William Allen, Gabriele Galati, Richhild Moessner and William Nelson
    International Journal of Finance and Economics, 2017, 22(4), 394-402
  • Necessity as the mother of invention: Monetary policy after the crisis
    Alan Blinder, Michael Ehrmann, Jakob de Haan and David-Jan Jansen
    Economic Policy, 2017, 32(92), 707-755
  • Evaluating the environmental impact of debit card payments
    Erik Roos Lindgreen, Milan van Schendel, Nicole Jonker, Jorieke Kloek, Lonneke de Graaff and Marc Davidson
    International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 2018, 23(9), 1847 - 1861
  • Credit cycle coherence in the Eurozone: Was there a euro effect?
    Anna Samarina, Lu Zhang and Dirk Bezemer
    Journal of International Money and Finance, 2017, 77, 77-98
  • Introduction to retail payments: Mapping out the road ahead
    Wilko Bolt and Loretta Mester
    Journal of Financial Services Research, 2017, 52(1–2), 1–3
  • What drives public acceptance of reforms? Longitudinal evidence from a Dutch pension reform
    Jante Parlevliet
    Public Choice, 2017, 173(1–2), 1–23
  • Banking products: You can take them with you, so why don't you?
    Carin van der Cruijsen and Maaike Diepstraten
    Journal of Financial Services Research, 2017, 52(1–2), 123–154
  • Did a public campaign influence debit card usage? Evidence from the Netherlands
    Nicole Jonker, Mirjam Plooij and Johan Verburg
    Journal of Financial Services Research 2017, 52(1–2), 89–121
  • Heterogeneity in labour supply responses: Evidence from a major tax reform
    Mauro Mastrogiacomo, Nicole Bosch, Miriam Gielen and Egbert Jongen
    Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 2017, 79(5), 769–796
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