Nadine Ketel carries out a number of studies investigating policy questions in the field of labor economics and economics of education. The first study uses the admission lotteries for medical school to estimate the returns for graduates in terms of income and labor market outcomes. The second study is a field experiment that tests whether students who pay more for their education are likely to invest more time and effort in their studies. Thirdly, Ketel investigates the effect of mandatory search periods for applicants of welfare benefits.
|Date||21 January 2016|
This is a joint doctorate with VU University Amsterdam.
N. Ketel: Empirical Studies in Labor and Education Economics.
Prof. H. Oosterbeek
Prof. B. van der Klaauw
This event is open to the public.
Aula of VU University Amsterdam, Boelelaan 1105, 1081HV Amsterdam