Bart Cockx
Bart Cockx
Prof. Economics, Ghent University
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TitleCited byYear
Is there less discrimination in occupations where recruitment is difficult?
S Baert, B Cockx, N Gheyle, C Vandamme
ILR Review 68 (3), 467-500, 2015
168*2015
Overeducation at the start of the career: stepping stone or trap?
S Baert, B Cockx, D Verhaest
Labour economics 25, 123-140, 2013
1532013
Are short‐lived jobs stepping stones to long‐lasting jobs?
B Cockx, M Picchio
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 74 (5), 646-675, 2012
1272012
The demand for physician services: evidence from a natural experiment
B Cockx, C Brasseur
Journal of Health Economics 22 (6), 881-913, 2003
992003
Scarring effects of remaining unemployed for long‐term unemployed school‐leavers
B Cockx, M Picchio
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2013
952013
Monitoring job search effort: An evaluation based on a regression discontinuity design
B Cockx, M Dejemeppe
Labour Economics 19 (5), 729-737, 2012
64*2012
Active labour market policies and job tenure
B Cockx, BV Linden, A Karaa
Oxford economic papers 50 (4), 685-708, 1998
611998
Vocational training of unemployed workers in Belgium
B Cockx
IZA Discussion paper, 2003
58*2003
Youth unemployment
S Maguire, B Cockx, JJ Dolado, F Felgueroso, M Jansen, I Styczyńska, ...
Intereconomics 48 (4), 196-235, 2013
51*2013
Social employment of welfare recipients in Belgium: an evaluation
B Cockx, G Ridder
The Economic Journal 111 (470), 322-352, 2001
492001
Duration dependence in the exit rate out of unemployment in belgium. is it true or spurious?
B Cockx, M Dejemeppe
Journal of Applied Econometrics 20 (1), 1-23, 2005
46*2005
Analysis of transition data by the minimum-chi-square method: An application to welfare spells in Belgium
BLW Cockx
Review of Economics and Statistics 79 (3), 392-405, 1997
411997
Can income support for part-time workers serve as a stepping-stone to regular jobs? An application to young long-term unemployed women
B Cockx, C Goebel, S Robin
Empirical economics 44 (1), 189-229, 2013
38*2013
Scars of recessions in a rigid labor market
B Cockx, C Ghirelli
Labour Economics 41, 162-176, 2016
372016
Imperfect monitoring of job search: Structural estimation and policy design
B Cockx, M Dejemeppe, A Launov, B Van der Linden
Journal of Labor Economics 36 (1), 75-120, 2018
33*2018
Pure ethnic gaps in educational attainment and school to work transitions: When do they arise?
S Baert, B Cockx
Economics of Education Review 36, 276-294, 2013
332013
The exhaustion of unemployment benefits in Belgium: does it enhance the probability of employment?
B Cockx, J Ries
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2004
29*2004
L’activation du comportement de recherche favorise-t-elle un retour plus rapide à l’emploi?
B Cockx, M Dejemeppe, B Van der Linden
Regards économiques, 2011
28*2011
Do the higher educated unemployed crowd out the lower educated ones in a competition for jobs?
B Cockx, M Dejemeppe
IZA Discussion Paper, 2002
282002
Le Plan d'Accompagnement et de Suivi des chômeurs favorise-t-il l'insertion en emploi? Bevordert het Plan voor de begeleiding en opvolging van werklozen de overgang naar werk?
B Cockx, M Dejemeppe, B Van der Linden
Mars 1119, 1119, 2005
27*2005
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