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Wage gaps between native and migrant graduates of higher education institutions in the Netherlands

In the Netherlands the share of immigrants in the total population has steadily increased during recent decades. The present paper takes a look at wage differences between natives and migrants who are equally educated. This reduces potential skills biases in our analysis of wages. We apply a Mincer equation in estimating the wage differences between natives and migrants. We...

Flying Carpets and Urban Development Trajectories

with the title ‘Transport: maker and breaker of cities’, suggesting that transport may also have very adverse effects on cities. A similar claim is Piet Rietveld deceased on November, 1, 2013, at the age

Using value of statistical life for the ex ante evaluation of transport policy options: a discussion based on ethical theory

credited. Bert van Wee is Professor of Transport Policy, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands and head of section Transport and Logistics. Piet Rietveld is Professor of Transport Economics, VU

The university workers’ willingness to pay for commuting

interrelationship between transport, labour and housing markets, with an emphasis on the economics of commuting as well as parking. He has published many articles within this field. Piet Rietveld is a Professor in

Adverse Weather and Commuting Speed

Muhammad Sabir Jos Van Ommeren Mark Koetse Piet Rietveld This paper investigates the welfare effect of travelling through congested areas and adverse weather through changes in the speed of

Unreliable trains and induced rescheduling: implications for cost-benefit analysis

Yin-Yen Tseng 0 Piet Rietveld 0 Erik T. Verhoef 0 0 Y.-Y. Tseng (&) P. Rietveld E. T. Verhoef Department of Spatial Economics, VU University Amsterdam , De Boelelaan 1105, 1081 HV Amsterdam, The ... Amsterdam in 2008. Her research themes include discrete choice modeling, travel behavior, and valuation. Piet Rietveld is Professor in Spatial economics at VU University, Amsterdam. He studied econometrics

Modelling land-use change for spatial planning support

Land-use change is a key factor in the development of the human and physical environment. Models of land-use change help understand this intricate system and can provide valuable information on possible future land-use configurations. The latter is crucial for policy makers across the globe that have to deal with such varied topics as: urbanisation, deforestation, water...

The Impact of Railway Stations on Residential and Commercial Property Value: A Meta-analysis

Ghebreegziabiher Debrezion Eric Pels Piet Rietveld Railway stations function as nodes in transport networks and places in an urban environment. They have accessibility and environmental impacts