Jan Kabátek
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Labor supply heterogeneity and demand for child care of mothers with young children
P Apps, J Kabátek, R Rees, A van Soest
Empirical Economics 51 (4), 1641-1677, 2016
Happy birthday, you’re fired! Effects of an age-dependent minimum wage on youth employment flows in the Netherlands
J Kabátek
ILR Review 74 (4), 1008-1035, 2021
Income taxation, labour supply and housework: a discrete choice model for French couples
J Kabatek, A Van Soest, E Stancanelli
Labour Economics 27, 30-43, 2014
The effectiveness of fiscal stimuli for working parents
HW de Boer, E Jongen, J Kabatek
Melbourne Institute Working Paper, 2015
Daughters and Divorce
J Kabátek, DC Ribar
The Economic Journal 131 (637), 2144-2170, 2021
Iteration capping for discrete choice models using the EM algorithm
J Kabátek
CentER Discussion Paper Series, 2013
Divorced in a flash: the effect of the administrative divorce option on marital stability in the Netherlands
J Kabátek
Melbourne Institute Working Paper, 2018
Not your lucky day: romantically and numerically special wedding date divorce risks
J Kabátek, DC Ribar
Journal of Population Economics 31 (4), 1067-1095, 2018
Academic Achievement of Children in Same-and Different-Sex-Parented Families: A Population-Level Analysis of Linked Administrative Data From the Netherlands
J Kabátek, F Perales
Demography 58 (2), 393-418, 2021
From subsidies to loans: The effects of a national student finance reform on the choices of secondary school students
A de Gendre, J Kabátek
IZA Discussion Paper, 2021
The Impacts of a Large-Scale Financial Education Intervention on Retirement Saving Behaviors and Portfolio Allocation: Evidence from Pension Fund Data
E Ghafoori, E Ip, J Kabátek
Journal of Banking & Finance, 106195, 2021
Essays on public policy and household decision making
J Kabátek
CentER, Center for Economic Research, 2015
Labour Supply, Fertility and Childcare Decisions-a Structural Analysis of Fiscal Stimuli for Working Mothers.
J Kabátek
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