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dr. Sabien Dobbelaere

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    Sabien Dobbelaere (1977) is an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Research Fellow at Tinbergen Institute (TI, Amsterdam) & Institute of Labor Economics (IZA, Bonn).

    Research

    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.

    I have received invitations for presentation at various high-quality conferences and have been visiting CREST (Centre de Recherche en Économie et Statistique, Paris), ZEW (Mannheim), Keio University (Tokyo) and Banque de France (Paris).

    For more information, see personal webpage and SSRN page.

    Grants

    Since the completion of my PhD in 2004, I have been awarded competitive (small- and large-scale) research grants on a continuous basis: Postdoctoral Fellowship of the Research Foundation - Flanders (2004-2009), SEEK (Strengthening Efficiency and Competitiveness in the European Knowledge Economies) Research Grant - ZEW (Centre for European Economic Research), Mannheim (2010-2012), TFP Research Grant - National Bank of Belgium, Brussels (2013-2014), Fondation Banque de France Visiting Scholar Research Grant (2017 & 2019) and Horizon 2020 Grant "Raising EU productivity: Lessons from improved micro data" - European Commission (2019-2021).

    Teaching

    Introduction to Econometrics: Master: 2019-present

    Applied Econometrics: Master: 2019-present

    Advanced Methods for Applied Economic Research: Master: 2016-2018

    Human Capital across the Life Cycle: 300-level: 2016-present

    Labour Economics: Master: 2015-present

    Microeconomics: 100-level: 2008-present

    Microeconomics: 300-level: 2013-2015

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    Keywords

    • H Social Sciences (General)
    • Collective bargaining
    • search frictions
    • productivity
    • firm heterogeneity
    • panel data

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