Does replacing grants by income-contingent loans harm enrolment? New evidence from a reform in Dutch higher education
Quantifying the non-take-up of a need-based student grant in the Netherlands
Can skill differences explain the gap in the track recommendation by socio-economic status?
Tracking early in the school career can influence a student's further educational path significantly. We study the track advice at the end of primary school in the Netherlands, where teachers give a track advice based on a student's previous performance and their impression of the student's ability. →
Pension Payout Preferences
Dutch retirees – and individuals who are close to retirement – show a clear interest in two alternatives for the default lifelong flat rate annuity. In a survey experiment with over a thousand participants we investigated how appealing these different payout options are to retirees, and what influences their preferences. →