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- school of business & economics ( economics )
- Associate Professor
My fields of specialization are applied microeconometrics and applied microeconomics. Two central themes are firm production and pricing, and labor-management relations. The observed gap between an input’s marginal product and its measured payment combined with the ubiquity of firm-level productivity variation and persistence are empirical regularities that have shaped my research agenda. Being driven by a curiosity in real world phenomena and highly valuing the empirical validation of economic models, I employ various quantitative methods and a wide variety of micro-level datasets in European, Latin American and Asian countries in my empirical investigations.
- Dobbelaere S, Luttens RI. 2016. Gradual collective wage bargaining. Labour Economics 40: 37-42.
- Bartelsman EJ, Dobbelaere S, Peters B. 2015. Allocation of human capital and innovation at the frontier: Firm-level evidence on Germany and the Netherlands. Industrial and Corporate Change 24(5): 875-949.
- Dobbelaere S, Kiyota K, Mairesse J. 2015. Product and labor market imperfections and scale economies: Micro-evidence on France, Japan and the Netherlands. Journal of Comparative Economics 43(2): 290-322.
- Dobbelaere S, Mairesse J. 2013. Panel data estimates of the production function and product and labor market imperfections. Journal of Applied Econometrics 28(1): 1-46.
- Boulhol H, Dobbelaere S, Maioli S. 2011. Imports as product and labour market discipline. British Journal of Industrial Relations 49(2): 331-361.
Bachelor thesis coordinator, Department of Economics