32. Hellings, J., & C. Haelermans (2020). The effect of a learning analytics dashboard on the passing rate of a programming course. A randomized controlled experiment (Accepted for publication in Higher Education).
31. Haelermans, C., T. Huijgen, M. Jacobs, M. Levels, R. van der Velden, L. van Vugt and S. van Wetten (2020). Using Data to Advance Educational Research, Policy and Practice: Design, Content and Research Potential of the Netherlands Cohort Study on Education (Accepted for publication in European Sociological Review).
30. Molin, F., C. Haelermans, S. Cabus & W. Groot (2020). The effect of Feedback on Metacognition - A Randomized Experiment using Polling Technology. (Accepted for publication in Computers & Education).
29. Molin, F., S. Cabus, C. Haelermans, & W. Groot (2020). Towards Reducing Anxiety and Increasing Performance in Physics Education: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment (Accepted for publication in Research in Science Education).
28. Van Rens, M., C. Haelermans & W. Groot (2020). ‘(How) does information provided by children affect the transition from primary to secondary school? Child Indicators Research, 13(1), 105-130.
27. Vooren, M., C. Haelermans, W. Groot & H. Maassen van den Brink (2019). 'Employers’ Preferences for IT-retrainees: Evidence from a Discrete Choice Experiment. International Journal of Manpower, 40(7), 1273-1287.
26. Leenders, H., J. H. De Jong, M. Monfrance & C. Haelermans (2019). Building strong parent teacher relationships in primary education. The challenge of two-way communication. Cambridge Journal of Education, 49(4), 519-533.
25. Van Rens, M., C. Haelermans, W. Groot & H. Maassen van den Brink (2019). Girls’ and boys’ perceptions on the transition from primary to secondary school. Child Indicators Research, 12(4), 1481-1506.
24. Vooren, M., C. Haelermans, W. Groot & H. Maassen van den Brink (2019). The effectiveness of active labour market policies: A Meta-analysis. The Journal of Economic Surveys, 33(1), 125-149.
23. Haelermans, C & Van der Eem, M. (2018). Increased Student Involvement to Decrease Underachievement – Experimental evidence on gender differences in performance. Journal of Human Capital, 12(4), 669-700.
22. Leenders, H., C. Haelermans, J. de Jong & M. Monfrance (2018). Social environment matters for parent teacher relationships! A Study on Parents’ Perceptions of Parent Teacher Relationship Practices in Dutch Primary Schools. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 24(6), 719-743.
21. Ghysels, J. & C. Haelermans (2018). New evidence on the effect of computerized individualized practice and instruction in language skills. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 34(1), 440-449.
20. Van Rens, M., C. Haelermans, W. Groot & H. Maassen van den Brink (2017). Facilitating a Successful Transition to Secondary School: (How) Does it Work? A Systematic Literature Review. Adolescent Research Review, 3(1), 43-56.
19. Haelermans, C. & J. Ghysels (2017). The Effect of Individualized Digital Practice at Home on Math Skills- Evidence from a Two-Stage Randomized Experiment on Whether and Why it Works. Computers & Education, 113(1), 119-134.
18. Haelermans, C. & Ghysels, J. (2017). Evaluating didactical interventions In Johnes et al. (Eds.). Handbook of Contemporary Education Economics. G. Johnes, J. Johnes, T. Agasisti and L. López-Torres, Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 141-161.
17. Haelermans, C. & J. Ruggiero (2017). Nonparametric Estimation of the Cost of Adequacy in Education: The Case of Dutch Schools. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 68(4), 390-398.
16. Cabus, S.J. & C. Haelermans (2017). The Return on gaining in-School Practical Experiences. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 55(1), 34-57.
15. Cabus, S.J., C. Haelermans & S. Franken (2017). SMART in Mathematics? – Exploring the effects of in-class-level differentiation using SMARTboard on math proficiency. British Journal of Educational Technology, 48(1), 145-161.
14. Belfi, B., C. Haelermans and B. De Fraine (2016). The long-term differential achievement effects of school socioeconomic composition in primary education: A propensity score matching approach. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 86(4), 501-525.
13. Bartelet, D., J. Ghysels, W. Groot, C. Haelermans & H. Maassen van den Brink (2016). The Differential Effect of Basic Mathematics Skills Homework via a Web-Based Intelligent Tutoring System across Achievement Subgroups and Mathematics Domains - A Randomized Field Experiment. Journal of Educational Psychology, 108(1), 1-20.
12. Agasisti, T. & C. Haelermans (2016). Comparing efficiency of public universities among European countries: Different incentives lead to different performances. Higher Education Quarterly, 70(1), 81-104.
11. Haelermans, C. & K. De Witte (2015). Does social mobility improve educational outcomes? Evidence from the Netherlands. Social Science Research, 52(1), 351-369.
10. Haelermans, C., J. Ghysels & F. Prince (2015). Increasing performance by differentiated teaching? - Experimental evidence of the student benefits of digital differentiation. British Journal of Educational Technology, 46(6), 1161-1174.
9. De Witte, K., C. Haelermans & N. Rogge (2015). The effectiveness of a computer-assisted math learning program. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 31(4), 314-329.
8. Haelermans, C., J. Ghysels & F. Prince (2015). A Dataset of Three Educational Technology Experiments on Differentiation, Formative Testing and Feedback. British Journal of Educational Technology, 46(5), 1102-1108.
7. Brennan, S., C. Haelermans & J. Ruggiero (2014). Nonparametric Estimation of Education Productivity with an Application to Dutch Schools. European Journal of Operational Research, 234(1), 809-818.
6. Haelermans, C., & J. Ruggiero (2013). Estimating Technical and Allocative Efficiency in the Public Sector: A Nonparametric Analysis of Dutch Schools. European Journal of Operational Research, 227(1), 174- 181.
5. Haelermans, C. & K. De Witte (2012). The role of innovations in secondary school efficiency - Evidence from a conditional efficiency model. European Journal of Operational Research, 223(1), 541-549.
4. Haelermans, C., & J. L. T. Blank (2012). Is a schools’ performance related to educational change? – A study on the relation between innovations and secondary school productivity. Computers and Education, 59(3), 884-892.
3. Haelermans, C., K. De Witte, & J.L.T. Blank, (2012). On the allocation of resources for secondary schools. Economics of Education Review, 31(5), 575-586.
2. Haelermans, C., & L. Borghans (2012). Wage effects of on-the-job training: A meta-analysis. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 50(3), 502-528.
1. Haelermans, C.M.G. (2010). Innovative power of Dutch secondary education. Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice, 12(2), 154–165.
B2. Haelermans, C. (2017). Digital tools in education – On Usage, Effects and the Role of the Teacher. SNS Research Report. ISBN 978-918694993-8.
B1. Haelermans, C. (2012). On the productivity and efficiency of education – The role of innovations in Dutch secondary education. PhD-thesis, defended July 4, 2012.