Work and Schooling

General Information

Title
Work and Schooling
Project Number
6
Abstract
This questionnaire is part of the LISS Core Study, a longitudinal survey delivering a broad range of social core information about the panel members.
The survey focuses on labour market participation, job characteristics, pensions, schooling and courses.
Longitudinal Type
Longitudinal Study
Note
Changes regarding to the previous wave are specified in the Introduction of the codebook.

List of concepts:

Work:
Employment / activity status, Employment history, Hours of paid work, Characteristics current or last job, Average pay job, Second jobs, Work aspirations, Satisfaction, Employment conditions, Commuting, Pensions, Non-working, non-pension, Job search

Education:
Satisfaction education, Highest qualification, Highest education, Qualifications for job, Education and training in last year
Researcher
Maarten Streefkerk (Centerdata)
Publisher
Centerdata
Copyright
© 2024 Centerdata
DOI
https://doi.org/10.17026/dans-x26-tttv

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Publications

Alcohol en Inkomen Bachelor Thesis; Goijen, Rutger
Long-term Impact of Recessions on Individuals Tilburg University, the Netherlands; Dai, M.
The Scope for Increasing Total Hours Worked De Economist, 161(2), 157-174; Loog, B. et al.
Does working irregular hours make employees less healthy? Tilburg School of Economics and Management, Tilburg University; Verschuuren, E.
Informing panel members about study results: effects of traditional and innovative forms of feedback on participation In: M. Callegaro, R. Baker, J. Bethlehem, A. S. Göritz, J. A. Krosnick and P. J. Lavrakas (Eds.). Online Panel Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Wiley. ; Scherpenzeel, Annette and Toepoel, Vera
Het inkomensverschil van immigranten van de eerste en tweede generatie ten opzichte van autochtonen in Nederland Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde, Amsterdam School of Economics Bachelorscriptie Econometrie; Romme, G.
The two way relationship between an employee's job satisfaction and mental health University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business, MscBA, specialization Human Resource Management; Terlaak, R.G.
Education and Smoking Cessation: The Role of Skills Explained Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam; Roest, A.M.T.
Wages and the Big Five personality traits of natives and immigrants Erasmus School of Economics, Economics of Management and Organisation; Ramlal, T.S.D.
How Unemployment Experience Affects Support for the Welfare State: A Real Panel Approach European Sociological Review (2016), 32 (1): 81-92 ; Naumann, E., et al.
Relations between mental health, income and the labor market position in the Netherlands: University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam School of Economics; Keizer, S.
Assimilation in the Dutch labour market: a comparison of the native-immigrant wage gap between generations University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business; Hovius, Maurits
Substance use after trauma: Tilburg University; Bogaerd, P.M.H.M. van den
Cultureel startkapitaal, een blijvend voordeel? Mens en Maatschappij (2017), 92(2), 125-152; Veerman, F., et al.
Meer of minder werken: Heterogeniteit onder werkende vrouwen TPEdigitaal, 5(4), pp. 50-63; Loog, B. et al.
The Impact of Matching Mission Preferences on Well-Being at Work Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper No. 036/I ; Zoutenbier, R.
Bouwstenen voor een wettelijke regeling van 'zware beroepen' Master thesis, Nederlands Recht, Tilburg University; Wentink, S.A.A.M.
Levenstevredenheid na pensionering Bachelor thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Amsterdam; Splinter, M.
Opgroeien aan de onderkant van de samenleving Master thesis, Departement Bestuurskunde & Organisatiewetenschap, Universiteit Utrecht. ; Akdag, E.
Family characteristics and entrepreneurship among immigrants in the Netherlands Master thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Economics; Grigorian, A.A.
Exploring the Social Origins of Dutch Mothers’ Ideal Family Lives Sex Roles, 70(7-8), pp 315-328 ; Ruitenberg, J. et al.
Entrepreneurship and family composition Bachelor thesis, Erasmus Research Institute of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam; Kok, C.
Does it matter how happiness is measured? Evidence from a randomized controlled experiment University of Zurich, Department of Economics Working Paper Series No. 49; Studer, R.A..
Unemployment, Trust in Government, and Satisfaction with Democracy: An Empirical Investigation Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, volume 4; Bauer, P.C.
The effect of gender on overtime hours in the Netherlands Tilburg University; van Heeswijk, D.
Risk aversion and job mobility Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 164, 91-106; van Huizen, T., et al.
On the effect of business and economic university education on political ideology: An empirical note Journal of Business Ethics, 155(3), 809-822; Delis, M. D., et al.
Opening the black box of joint household production: Child welfare and parental leisure Working paper, first published online March 7, 2019; Cosaert, S., et al.
Three facets of planning and postponement of parenthood in the Netherlands Demographic Research, 43(23), 659–672; Verweij, R., et al.
Are all politics masculine? Gender socialised personality traits and diversity in political engagement European Journal of Politics and Gender, 4(1), 113-133 ; Coffé, H., et al.
Gender, parenthood, and hiring intentions in sex-typical jobs: Insights from a survey experiment Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 65(100464), 1-9; Mari, G., et al.
Couples’ job insecurity and relationship satisfaction in the Netherlands Journal of Marriage and Family, 82(3), 875-891; Blom, N., et al.
Gender and the effect of working hours on firm-sponsored training Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 125, 192-211 ; Picchio, M., et al.
From mancession to shecession: Women's employment in regular and pandemic recessions NBER Macroeconomics Annual 2021, Working paper No. 28632, first published online April, 2021; Alon, T., et al.
De kracht en zwakte van generatiepactregelingen Tijdschrift voor Pensioenvraagstukken, 12(2), 15-19; van Dalen, H. P. et al.
Girl power! Laughing all the way to the bank Leiden University; van Dijk, J.
Het effect van subjectief welzijn op inkomen Erasmus University Rotterdam; van den Berg, M.
Does unemployment make you less healthy? Lund University; Persson, A., et al.
Household composition and preferences: A collective approach to household consumption Review of Income and Wealth, 67(3), 591-615; van Leeuwen, B., et al.
Consumption responses to unemployment shocks Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging and Retirement, Design paper No. 01/2020-005; Been, J., et al.
Consumer transportation costs and the value of e-commerce: Evidence from the Dutch apparel industry SSRN, first published online December 8, 2021; Huang, Y., et al.
Politiek & Participatie University of Groningen; Brouwer, B.
Elke stem telt University of Groningen; van Ee, A. C. M.
Politieke segregatie door verschillen in opleidingsniveau? University of Groningen; de Vries, J.
Vertrouwen in instituties vormt het politiek participeren University of Groningen; de Witte, F.
Politiek leiden of lijden? University of Groningen; Spoor, D.
Door kennis meer invloed? University of Groningen; Vissers, A.
De straat op of naar de stembus? University of Groningen; Ouwendijk, A.
The effect of training on workers’ perceived job match quality Empirical Economics, 60(5), 2477–2498; Zhang, Y., et al.
Social media and job satisfaction; A challenge or hindrance stressor? Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; de Vries, S., et al.
A panel study of attitudes toward ethnic minorities and the role of changes in individuals’ economic situations International Journal of Public Opinion Studies, 34(1), 1-20; Hendriks, I., et al.
The transition to grandparenthood: No consistent evidence for change in the Big Five personality traits and life satisfaction European Journal of Personality, first published online August 16, 2022; Krämer, M. D., et al.
Unraveling the complex relationship between work transitions and self-esteem and life satisfaction Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 123(3), 597–620; Reitz, A. K., et al.
Job search during a pandemic recession: Survey evidence from the Netherlands IZA Institute of Labor Economics, Discussion paper No. 14180; Balgova, M., et al.
The wage penalty for informal caregivers from a life course perspective Advances in Life Course Research, 53, 1-10; Raiber, K., et al.
The parental involvement behavior of Dutch and migrant parents Erasmus University Rotterdam; Beckers, S.
Les déterminants du salaire ; Cesselin, M., et al.
Job insecurity and mental health Utrecht University; van der Meer, P. D.
Three essays in macroeconomics University of Wisconsin-Madison; Kaiser, R.
Latent change score models for the study of development and dynamics in organizational research Organizational Research Methods, 24(4), 772-801; Matusik, J. G., et al.
Methodological and conceptual issues in studying effort-reward fit Journal of Managerial Psychology, 37(5), 498-512; Lang, J. W. B., et al.
Opening the black box: Uncovering the leader trait paradigm through machine learning The Leadership Quarterly, 33(5), 1-12; Doornenbal, B. M., et al.
Are some people more consistent? Examining the stability and underlying processes of personality profile consistency. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 52(3), 1409-1417; Wright, A. J. et al.
Parental childcare with process benefits Economica, 90(357), 339–371; Cosaert, S., et al.
Rapport Perspectief & Initiatief, Deelproject 1: inventarisatie TNO/Universiteit van Amsterdam, October 31, 2022; Koen, J., et al.
Dutch households and sustainable home improvements Tilburg University; de Bruin, G.
The link between personality, global, and domain-specific satisfaction across the adult lifespan Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, first published online March 20, 2023; Olaru, G., et al.
Is working from home during COVID-19 associated with increased sports participation? Contexts of sports, sports location and socioeconomic inequality International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(16), 1-12; Grubben, M., et al.
Does the financial sector cause stock market participation? Erasmus University Rotterdam; Ramnér, L. A. T.
Informal caregivers and life satisfaction: Empirical evidence from the Netherlands Journal of Happiness Studies, first published online May 8, 2023; Blaise, M., et al.
Parental leave and life satisfaction: The Dutch case Working paper No. 2019–26; Dillenseger, L., et al.
Christelijke vrouwen op de Nederlandse arbeidsmarkt Erasmus University Rotterdam; Koning, C.
The permeation of loneliness into the workplace: An examination of robustness and persistence over time Applied Psychology, first published online October 8, 2023; Lowman, G. H., et al.
Flexwerk en Werkzekerheid in Tijden van Crisis Economisch Statistische Berichten, 96(4602), pp. 54-57; Muffels, R. et al.
Reminders in Web-Based Data Collection : Increasing Response at the Price of retention? American Journal of Evaluation, 33(2), 240-250; Göritz, Anja S. et al.
Can the relationship between higher education and cosmopolitanism be explained by field of study? University of North Carolina, first published online October 12, 2020 ; Maxwell, R.
Tax Incentives to Promote Active Ageing: The Introduction of the Doorwerkbonus in the Netherlands Master Thesis, Economics and Finance of Aging, Tilburg University; Da Silva Soca, María Luisa
Assessing mediators in the relationship between commute time and subjective well being: a structural equation analysis submitted for the Transportation Research Board congres, January 2014 ; Kroesen, M.
Economies of scope in data aggregation: Evidence from health data TILEC, Discussion Paper No. 020, 2022 ; Höcük, S., et al.
Togetherness in the household American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 15(1), 529-579; Cosaert, S., et al.
Part-time parental leave and life satisfaction: Evidence from the Netherlands Applied Research in Quality of Life, 18(5), 1-23; Dillenseger, L., et al.
Populist partner: The influence of partner characteristics on populist radical right voting European Sociological Review, first published online November 15, 2023; Sipma, T., et al.
COVID-19 vaccination: Lower intention and coverage among entrepreneurs compared to employees International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 29(11), 312-336; Wismans, A., et al.
Welbevinden ten tijde van corona. Eerste bevindingen op basis van een bevolkingsenquête uit juli 2020 Sociaal Cultureel Planbureau, September 9, 2020; de Klerk, M., et al.
Een jaar met corona Sociaal Cultureel Planbureau, March 3, 2021; de Klerk, M., et al.
Role of work ethic in the work–life satisfaction relationship Journal of Managerial Psychology, first published online December 22, 2023; Jing, E. L., et al.
Job satisfaction and the ‘great resignation’: An exploratory machine learning analysis Social Indicators Research, 170(3), 1097-1118; Celbiş, M. G., et al.
Morally motivated public service: an empirical examination of the moral theory of public service motivation International Public Management Journal, first published online April 13, 2023.; Wang, T., et al.