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2001 Computers and employment: The truth about e-skillsSoete, Luc; ter Weel, Bas
2003 What Happens When Agent T Gets a Computer? The Labor Market Impact of Cost Efficient Computer AdoptionBorghans, Lex; ter Weel, Bas
2003 Are computer skills the new basic skills? : The returns to computer, writing and math skills in BritainBorghans, Lex; ter Weel, Bas
2003 Do We Need Computer Skills to Use a Computer? Evidence from BritainBorghans, Lex; ter Weel, Bas
2004 The Diffusion of Computers and the Distribution of WagesBorghans, Lex; ter Weel, Bas
2005 Is there a link between economic outcomes and genetic evolution? Cross-country evidence from the major histocompatibility complexBorghans, José A. M.; Borghans, Lex; ter Weel, Bas
2005 The division of labour, worker organisation, and technological changeBorghans, Lex; ter Weel, Bas
2005 People People : Social Capital and the Labor-Market Outcomes of Underrepresented GroupsBorghans, Lex; ter Weel, Bas; Weinberg, Bruce A.
2006 Does manager turnover improve firm performance? New evidence using information from Dutch soccer, 1986 - 2004ter Weel, Bas
2006 Interpersonal styles and labor market outcomesBorghans, Lex; ter Weel, Bas; Weinberg, Bruce A.
2006 The role of noncognitive skills in explaining cognitive test scoresBorghans, Lex; Meijers, Huub; ter Weel, Bas
2008 The economics and psychology of personality traitsBorghans, Lex; Duckworth, Angela Lee; Heckman, James Joseph; ter Weel, Bas
2008 Social capital, innovation and growth: evidence from EuropeAkçomak, I. Semih; ter Weel, Bas
2008 The impact of social capital on crime: evidence from the NetherlandsAkçomak, I. Semih; ter Weel, Bas
2008 Understanding the technology of computer technology diffusion: explaining computer adoption patterns and implications for the wage structureBorghans, Lex; ter Weel, Bas
2011 Measuring and interpreting trends in the division of labour in the NetherlandsAkçomak, I. Semih; Borghans, Lex; ter Weel, Bas
2013 The division of tasks, offshoring and efficiency gainsBertschek, Irene; ter Weel, Bas; Borghans, Lex; Hogrefe, Jan; Kok, Suzanne; Rasel, Fabienne; Saam, Marianne
2013 Why did the Netherlands develop so early? The legacy of the Brethren of the Common LifeAkçomak, İbrahim Semih; Webbink, Herman Dinand; ter Weel, Bas
2013 The importance of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation for measuring IQBorghans, Lex; Meijers, Huub; ter Weel, Bas
2013 Labour-market outcomes of older workers in the Netherlands: Measuring job prospects using the occupational age structureBosch, Nicole; ter Weel, Bas