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Maximiliaan Willem Pierre Thijssen

Postdoktor

Handelshøgskolen ved UiS
Avdeling for samfunnsøkonomi og finans
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Bio

Maximiliaan is a doctoral candidate (stipendiat) at the University of Stavanger Business School, Department of Economics and Finance. He started his Ph.D. in 2017 and is expected to finish in 2022. His research primarily focuses on early childhood development and the economics of education. In 2019, he spent 12 months as a visiting scholar at the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment and the Center for Labor Economics at the University of California, Berkeley (Sponsor: Professor David Card).

Maximiliaan is associated with the kindergarten project Play-based Learning and works with experimental data from the Agder Project and Two Teachers Projects.

Originally from Venray, the Netherlands, Maximiliaan has a Bachelor of Science in International Business Administration from the University of Twente, alongside a Master of Science in Business Administration (with distinction) from the University of Twente.

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Publications
  • Vitenskapelige publikasjoner
  • Bøker og kapitler
  • Formidling
    • Thijssen, Maximiliaan Willem Pierre

      (2021)

      Estimating the Technology of Skill Formation in Continuous Time.

    • Thijssen, Maximiliaan Willem Pierre; Rege, Mari; Solheim, Oddny Judith

      (2020)

      Teacher Quality: Emotional Support and Classroom Climate.

    • Thijssen, Maximiliaan Willem Pierre; Rege, Mari; Solheim, Oddny Judith

      (2020)

      Teacher Relationship Skills and Student Learning.

    • Thijssen, Maximiliaan Willem Pierre; Rege, Mari; Solheim, Oddny Judith

      (2020)

      Teacher Quality: Emotional Support and Classroom Climate.

    • Thijssen, Maximiliaan Willem Pierre

      (2019)

      Teacher Quality: Emotional Support and Classroom Climate.

    • Thijssen, Maximiliaan Willem Pierre

      (2018)

      It Takes More than Two to Tango: Classroom Interactions and Student Learning (Preliminary).

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