Hans Gerald Bloemen
Hans Gerald Bloemen
Associate Professor Economics, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
Individual wealth, reservation wages, and transitions into employment
HG Bloemen, EGF Stancanelli
Journal of Labor Economics 19 (2), 400-439, 2001
The causal effect of retirement on mortality: Evidence from targeted incentives to retire early
H Bloemen, S Hochguertel, J Zweerink
Health economics 26 (12), e204-e218, 2017
Job search requirements for older unemployed: Transitions to employment, early retirement and disability benefits
M Lammers, H Bloemen, S Hochguertel
European Economic Review 58, 31-57, 2013
Financial wealth, consumption smoothing and income shocks arising from job loss
HG Bloemen, EGF Stancanelli
Economica 72 (287), 431-452, 2005
An empirical analysis of the time allocation of Italian couples: are they responsive?
HG Bloemen, S Pasqua, EGF Stancanelli
Review of Economics of the Household 8, 345-369, 2010
Job search, search intensity, and labor market transitions: an empirical analysis
HG Bloemen
Journal of Human resources 40 (1), 232-269, 2005
Female labor market transitions and the timing of births: a simultaneous analysis of the effects of schooling
H Bloemen, AS Kalwij
Labour Economics 8 (5), 593-620, 2001
Job search, hours restrictions, and desired hours of work
HG Bloemen
Journal of Labor Economics 26 (1), 137-179, 2008
Market hours, household work, child care, and wage rates of partners: an empirical analysis
HG Bloemen, EGF Stancanelli
Review of Economics of the Household 12, 51-81, 2014
An empirical model of collective household labour supply with non‐participation
HG Bloemen
The Economic Journal 120 (543), 183-214, 2010
The effect of private wealth on the retirement rate: an empirical analysis
HG Bloemen
Economica 78 (312), 637-655, 2011
The relation between wealth and labour market transitions: an empirical study for the Netherlands
HG Bloemen
Journal of applied econometrics 17 (3), 249-268, 2002
Job loss, firm-level heterogeneity and mortality: Evidence from administrative data
H Bloemen, S Hochguertel, J Zweerink
Journal of Health Economics 59, 78-90, 2018
Job search theory, labour supply and unemployment duration
HG Bloemen
Journal of Econometrics 79 (2), 305-325, 1997
How do parents allocate time? The effects of wages and income
H Bloemen, E Stancanelli
IZA Discussion Paper, 2008
The estimation of utility‐consistent labor supply models by means of simulated scores
HG Bloemen, A Kapteyn
Journal of Applied Econometrics 23 (4), 395-422, 2008
A model of labour supply with job offer restrictions
HG Bloemen
Labour Economics 7 (3), 297-312, 2000
An empirical model of collective household labour supply with nonparticipation
HG Bloemen
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper, 2004
Gradual retirement in the Netherlands: an analysis using administrative data
H Bloemen, S Hochguertel, J Zweerink
Research on Aging 38 (2), 202-233, 2016
The Effect of Incentive‐Induced Retirement on Spousal Retirement Rates: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
H Bloemen, S Hochguertel, J Zweerink
Economic Inquiry 57 (2), 910-930, 2019
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20