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Stijn Baert
Stijn Baert
Associate professor at Ghent University, University of Antwerp, UCLouvain and IZA
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The COVID-19 crisis and telework: a research survey on experiences, expectations and hopes
E Moens, L Lippens, P Sterkens, J Weytjens, S Baert
The European Journal of Health Economics 23 (4), 729-753, 2022
451*2022
Hiring discrimination: An overview of (almost) all correspondence experiments since 2005
S Baert
Audit studies: Behind the scenes with theory, method, and nuance, 63-77, 2018
4362018
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
359*2015
Overeducation at the start of the career: stepping stone or trap?
S Baert, B Cockx, D Verhaest
Labour Economics 25, 123-140, 2013
3402013
Smartphone use and academic performance: A literature review
S Amez, S Baert
International Journal of Educational Research 103, 101618, 2020
2072020
How do employees think the COVID-19 crisis will affect their careers?
L Lippens, E Moens, P Sterkens, J Weytjens, S Baert
Plos one 16 (5), e0246899, 2021
177*2021
Do employer preferences contribute to sticky floors?
S Baert, AS De Pauw, N Deschacht
ILR Review 69 (3), 714-736, 2016
172*2016
Student internships and employment opportunities after graduation: A field experiment
S Baert, B Neyt, T Siedler, I Tobback, D Verhaest
Economics of Education Review 83, 102141, 2021
1702021
Does student work really affect educational outcomes? A review of the literature
B Neyt, E Omey, D Verhaest, S Baert
Journal of economic surveys 33 (3), 896-921, 2019
1612019
Wage subsidies and hiring chances for the disabled: some causal evidence
S Baert
European Journal of Health Economics 17 (7), 2016
1422016
Unemployment or overeducation: which is a worse signal to employers?
S Baert, D Verhaest
De Economist 167 (1), 1-21, 2019
1052019
Why are employers put off by long spells of unemployment?
E Van Belle, V Di Stasio, R Caers, M De Couck, S Baert
European Sociological Review 34 (6), 694-710, 2018
105*2018
Smartphone use and academic performance: correlation or causal relationship?
S Baert, S Vujić, S Amez, M Claeskens, T Daman, A Maeckelberghe, ...
Kyklos 73 (1), 22-46, 2020
1022020
Immigrant volunteering: a way out of labour market discrimination?
S Baert, S Vujić
Economics Letters 146, 95-98, 2016
1022016
Is ethnic discrimination due to distaste or statistics?
S Baert, AS De Pauw
Economics Letters 125 (2), 270-273, 2014
1022014
Career lesbians. Getting hired for not having kids?
S Baert
Industrial Relations Journal 45 (6), 543-561, 2014
1012014
Mister Sandman, bring me good marks! On the relationship between sleep quality and academic achievement
S Baert, E Omey, D Verhaest, A Vermeir
Social Science & Medicine 130, 91-98, 2015
942015
The state of hiring discrimination: A meta-analysis of (almost) all recent correspondence experiments
L Lippens, S Vermeiren, S Baert
European Economic Review 151, 104315, 2023
932023
Getting grey hairs in the labour market. An alternative experiment on age discrimination
S Baert, J Norga, Y Thuy, M Van Hecke
Journal of Economic Psychology 57, 86-101, 2016
932016
Facebook profile picture appearance affects recruiters’ first hiring decisions
S Baert
New Media & Society 20 (3), 1220-1239, 2018
922018
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