International refereed journals

  • Marie Boltz, Bart Cockx, Ana Maria Diaz, Luz Magdalena Salas (2022). "How Does Working-Time Flexibility Affect Workers' Productivity in a Routine Job? Evidence from a Field Experiment", British Journal of Industrial Relations. Last submitted version.

  • Sam Desiere and Bart Cockx (2022), "How effective are hiring subsidies to reduce long-term unemployment among prime-aged jobseekers? Evidence from Belgium", IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 12(3).

  • Cockx Bart , Koen Declercq, Muriel Dejemeppe, Leda Inga and Bruno Van der Linden (2020) , "Switching from an inclining to a zero-level unemployment benefit profile : good for work incentives?", Labour Economics, 64, 101816.

  • Albanese Andrea, Bart Cockx and Yannick Thuy (2020), "Working Time Reductions at the End of the Career. Do They Prolong the Time Spent in Employment?" Empirical Economics, 59, 99–141.

  • Cockx Bart and Eva Van Belle (2019), "Waiting Longer Before Claiming, and Activating Youth: No Point? ", International Journal of Manpower, 40(4), 658-687.

  • Cockx Bart, Matteo Picchio and Stijn Baert (2019), "Modeling the Effects of Grade Retention in High School", Journal of Applied Econometrics, 34(3), 403-424.

  • Albanese Andrea and Bart Cockx (2019), "Permanent Wage Cost Subsidies for Older Workers . An Effective Tool for Employment Retention and Postponing Early Retirement?", Labour Economics, 58, 145-166.

  • Cockx Bart, Muriel Dejemeppe, Andrey Launov and Bruno Van der Linden (2018), "Imperfect Monitoring of Job Search: Structural Estimation and Policy Design", Journal of Labor Economics, 36(1), 75-120.

  • Bollens Joost and Bart Cockx (2017), "Effectiveness of a Job Vacancy Referral Scheme", IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 6(15), 1-24.

  • Cockx Bart (2016), "Do youths graduating in a recession incur permanent losses?", IZA World of Labor, 281, 1-11.

  • Cockx Bart and Corinna Ghirelli (2016), "Scars of Recessions in a Rigid Labor Market", Labour Economics, 41, 162-476.

  • Baert, Stijn, Bart Cockx, Niels Gheyle and Cora Vandamme (2015), "Is There Less Discrimination in Occupations where Recruitment is Difficult", Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) Review, 68(3), 467-500.

  • Cockx Bart, Corinna Ghirelli and Bruno Van der Linden (2014), "Is it Socially Efficient to Impose Job Search Requirements on Unemployed Benefit Claimants with Hyperbolic Preferences?", Journal of Public Economics, 113, 80-95.

  • Cockx Bart (2013), "Youth Unemployment in Belgium. Diagnosis and Key Remedies", Intereconomics, 48(4), 202-209.

  • Baert Stijn and Bart Cockx (2013), "Pure Ethnic Gaps in Educational Attainment and School to Work Transitions. When Do They Arise?", Economics of Education Review, 36, 276-294.

  • Baert Stijn, Bart Cockx and Dieter Verhaest (2013), “Overeducation at the Start of the Career: Stepping Stone or Trap?”, Labour Economics, 25, 123-140.

  • Cockx Bart and Matteo Picchio (2013), "Scarring effects of remaining unemployed for long-term unemployed school-leavers, The Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 176(4), 951-980.

  • Cockx Bart, Christian Göbel and Stéphane Robin (2013), “Can Income Support for Part-Time Workers Serve as a Stepping Stone to Regular Jobs? An Application to Young Long-Term Unemployed Women”, Empirical Economics, Special Issue on the Estimation of Treatment Effects: Recent Developments and Applications, 44(1), 189-229.

  • Cockx Bart and Matteo Picchio (2012), “Are Short-Lived Jobs Stepping Stones to Long-Lasting Jobs?”, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 74(5), 646-675.

  • Cockx Bart, Muriel Dejemeppe and Bruno Van der Linden (2012), "Le contrôle de la recherche d'emploi est-il efficace ?", Revue française d'économie, XXVII(1), 65-106.

  • Cockx Bart and Muriel Dejemeppe (2012), "Monitoring job search effort: an evaluation based on a regression discontinuity design, Labour Economics, 19(5), 729-737.

  • Cockx Bart and Bruno Van der Linden (2010), “Flexicurity in Belgium. A reform proposal based on economic principles”, International Labour Review, 149 (3), 361-372.

  • Cockx Bart, Stéphane Robin et Christian Göbel (2010), « Les effets sur l’emploi du complément de revenu au travail à temps partiel en Belgique », Revue Economique, 61 (2), 299-312.

  • Cockx Bart and Muriel Dejemeppe (2005), " Duration Dependence in the Exit Rate out of Unemployment in Belgium. Is it True or Spurious?", The Journal of Applied Econometrics, 20, 1-23.

  • Cockx Bart and Carine Brasseur (2003), “The demand for physician services. Evidence from a natural experiment”, Journal of Health Economics, 22 (6), 881-913.

  • Cockx Bart (2003), "Vocational Training of Unemployed Workers in Belgium", Konjunkturpolitik - Applied Economics Quarterly, 49 (1), 23-47.

  • Cockx Bart and Geert Ridder (2001), "Social Employment of Welfare Recipients in Belgium: An Evaluation", The Economic Journal , 111 (470), 322-352.

  • Cockx Bart (2000), "The design of active labour market policies: Building in effective incentives", International Labour Review, 139 (4), 457-480.

  • Cockx Bart, Bruno Van der Linden and Adel Karaa (1998), "Active labour market policies and job tenure", Oxford Economic Papers, 50, 685-708.

  • Cockx, Bart (1997), "Analysis of Transition Data by the Minimum Chi-Square Method. An Application to Welfare Spells in Belgium", The Review of Economics and Statistics, 79(3), 392-405.