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6 Work and Schooling

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General Information

Title Work and Schooling
Panel LISS panel
Project Number 6
Abstract This questionnaire is part of the LISS Core Study, a longitudinal survey delivering a broad range of social core information about the panel members.
The survey focuses on labour market participation, job characteristics, pensions, schooling and courses.
Study Type Core Studies
Longitudinal Type Longitudinal Study
Topics
Note Changes regarding to the previous wave are specified in the Introduction of the codebook.

List of concepts:

Work

Employment / activity status
Employment history
Hours of paid work
Characteristics current or last job
Average pay job
Second jobs
Work aspirations
Satisfaction
Employment conditions
Commuting
Pensions
Non-working, non-pension
Job search

Education

Satisfaction education
Highest qualification
Highest education
Qualifications for job
Education and training in last year

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Publications

The following publications based on the data of this study are currently available:

  1. Informing panel members about study results: effects of traditional and innovative forms of feedback on participation
    In: M. Callegaro, R. Baker, J. Bethlehem, A. S. Göritz, J. A. Krosnick and P. J. Lavrakas (Eds.). Online Panel Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Wiley.
    Scherpenzeel, Annette and Toepoel, Vera

  2. Alcohol en Inkomen
    Bachelor Thesis
    Goijen, Rutger

  3. Assessing mediators in the relationship between commute time and subjective well being: a structural equation analysis
    submitted for the Transportation Research Board congres, January 2014
    Kroesen, M.

  4. Assimilation in the Dutch labour market: a comparison of the native-immigrant wage gap between generations
    University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business
    Hovius, Maurits

  5. Bouwstenen voor een wettelijke regeling van 'zware beroepen'
    Master thesis, Nederlands Recht, Tilburg University
    Wentink, S.A.A.M.

  6. Cultureel startkapitaal, een blijvend voordeel?
    Mens en Maatschappij (2017), 92(2), 125-152
    Veerman, F., ; Drift, M. van der, ; Maas, I.

  7. Does it matter how happiness is measured? Evidence from a randomized controlled experiment
    University of Zurich, Department of Economics Working Paper Series No. 49
    Studer, R.A..

  8. Does working irregular hours make employees less healthy?
    Tilburg School of Economics and Management, Tilburg University
    Verschuuren, E.

  9. Education and Smoking Cessation: The Role of Skills Explained
    Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam
    Roest, A.M.T.

  10. Entrepreneurship and family composition
    Bachelor thesis, Erasmus Research Institute of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam
    Kok, C.

  11. Estimating the private returns to education in the Netherlands for different education cohorts using panel data; pre and post the 2007 ‘Qualification Law’.
    Tilburg University, Economics
    Kollias, G.

  12. Exploring the Social Origins of Dutch Mothers’ Ideal Family Lives
    Sex Roles, 70(7-8), pp 315-328
    Ruitenberg, J. ; De Beer, P.

  13. Family characteristics and entrepreneurship among immigrants in the Netherlands
    Master thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Economics
    Grigorian, A.A.

  14. Flexwerk en Werkzekerheid in Tijden van Crisis
    Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96(4602), pp. 54-57
    Muffels, R. ; Wilthagen, T.

  15. Gender and the Effect of Working Hours on Firm-Sponsored Training
    Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 125, pp. 192-211
    Picchio, M., ; Ours, J.C. van

  16. Het inkomensverschil van immigranten van de eerste en tweede generatie ten opzichte van autochtonen in Nederland
    Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde, Amsterdam School of Economics Bachelorscriptie Econometrie
    Romme, G.

  17. How Unemployment Experience Affects Support for the Welfare State: A Real Panel Approach
    European Sociological Review (2016), 32 (1): 81-92
    Naumann, E., ; Buss, C., ; Bähr, J.

  18. Labour market disadvantage, political orientations and voting: how adverse labour market experiences translate into electoral behaviour
    Socioecon Rev first published online March 2, 2015
    Emmenegger, P., ; Marx, P., ; Schraff, D.

  19. Language proficiency of migrants: The relation with job satisfaction and matching
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 7366
    Bloemen, H.G.

  20. Levenstevredenheid na pensionering
    Bachelor thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Amsterdam
    Splinter, M.

  21. Long-term Impact of Recessions on Individuals
    Tilburg University, the Netherlands
    Dai, M.

  22. Meer of minder werken: Heterogeniteit onder werkende vrouwen
    TPEdigitaal, 5(4), pp. 50-63
    Loog, B. ; Dohmen, T. ; Vendrik, M.

  23. Opgroeien aan de onderkant van de samenleving
    Master thesis, Departement Bestuurskunde & Organisatiewetenschap, Universiteit Utrecht.
    Akdag, E.

  24. Relations between mental health, income and the labor market position in the Netherlands:
    University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam School of Economics
    Keizer, S.

  25. Reminders in Web-Based Data Collection : Increasing Response at the Price of retention?
    American Journal of Evaluation, 33(2), 240-250
    Göritz, Anja S. ; Crutzen, Rik

  26. Substance use after trauma:
    Tilburg University
    Bogaerd, P.M.H.M. van den

  27. Tax Incentives to Promote Active Ageing: The Introduction of the Doorwerkbonus in the Netherlands
    Master Thesis, Economics and Finance of Aging, Tilburg University
    Da Silva Soca, María Luisa

  28. The Impact of Matching Mission Preferences on Well-Being at Work
    Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper No. 036/I
    Zoutenbier, R.

  29. The Scope for Increasing Total Hours Worked
    De Economist, 161(2), 157-174
    Loog, B. ; Dohmen, T. ; Vendrik, M.

  30. The effect of attitudes towards gender roles and work values on the number of hours worked by women in the Netherlands
    University of Groningen
    Fakkert, S.W.M.

  31. The impact of attitudes and work preferences on Dutch mothers' employment patterns
    Ruitenberg, J. ; De Beer, P.

  32. The influence of personality on career success: An empirical study
    de Gruijter, L.B.

  33. The social origins of general and personal gender attitudes of Dutch mothers
    Working paper
    Ruitenberg, J. ; De Beer, P.

  34. The two way relationship between an employee's job satisfaction and mental health
    University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business, MscBA, specialization Human Resource Management
    Terlaak, R.G.

  35. The wage return to education during the recent economic crisis - An application to the Netherlands
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    van Trigt, K.

  36. Unemployment, Trust in Government, and Satisfaction with Democracy: An Empirical Investigation
    Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, volume 4
    Bauer, P.C.

  37. Wages and the Big Five personality traits of natives and immigrants
    Erasmus School of Economics, Economics of Management and Organisation
    Ramlal, T.S.D.