Title:Europa gaat aan oppotten en lanterfanten ten onder Author(s):VAN DER PLOEG, FrederickDate:2005Citation:
- Internationale Spectator, 2005, 59, 11, 564-568
Title:Sustainable Social Spending and Stagnant Public Services: Baumol's Cost Disease Revisited Author(s):VAN DER PLOEG, FrederickDate:2007Citation:
- Finanzarchiv, 2007, 63, 4, 519-547
Type:ArticleAbstract:If demand for human services is inelastic or manufactured goods are necessities, labor shifts from manufacturing to services and the budget share of services rises. Higher productivity growth in the market sector pushes ...
Title:Rolling Back the Public Sector: Differential Effects on Employment, Investment, and Growth Author(s):VAN DER PLOEG, FrederickDate:2006Citation:
- Oxford Economic Papers-New Series, 2006, 58, 1, 103-122
Type:ArticleAbstract:The macroeconomic effects of different ways of rolling back the welfare state are analysed. Cutting public spending on market goods induces a lower interest rate, a higher wage, a lower capital stock, and a fall in employment. ...
Title:Do Conditional Benefits Reduce Equilibrium Unemployment? Author(s):VAN DER PLOEG, FrederickDate:2006Citation:
- Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2006, 8, 4, 603-610
Type:ArticleAbstract:Although unconditional unemployment benefits destroy jobs in competitive and noncompetitive labor markets, conditional benefits can spur job growth in noncompetitive labor markets. Unconditional benefits reduce the penalty ...
Title:The Welfare State, Redistribution and the Economy: Reciprocal Altruism, Consumer Rivalry and Second Best Author(s):VAN DER PLOEG, FrederickDate:2006Citation:
- Francesco FARINA and Ernesto SAVAGLIO (eds), Inequality and Economic Integration, London, New York, Routledge, 2006, 192-223
Type:Contribution to book
Title:Challenges and Opportunities for Resource Rich Economies Author(s):VAN DER PLOEG, FrederickDate:2006Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:CEPR Discussion Paper; 2006/5688
Title:Getting European Universities into Shape Author(s):JACOBS, Bas; VAN DER PLOEG, FrederickDate:2006Citation:
- European Political Science, 2006, 52, 5, 288-303
Type:ArticleAbstract:Most European universities lag behind the best universities in the Anglo-Saxon world. A key challenge is to raise resources per student in Europe to US levels. The Lisbon agenda demands fundamental reform of the European ...
Title:Guide to reform of higher education: a European perspective Author(s):JACOBS, Bas; VAN DER PLOEG, FrederickDate:2006Citation:
- Economic Policy, 2006, 21, 47, 535-592
Type:ArticleAbstract:Although there are exceptions, most European universities and institutions of higher education find it difficult to compete with the best universities in the Anglo-Saxon world. Despite the Bologna Agreement and the ambitions ...