Publications

26. Leenders, H., J. H. De Jong, M. Monfrance & C. Haelermans (2018). Building strong parent teacher relationships in primary education. The challenge of two-way communication (Accepted for publication in the Cambridge Journal of Education).

25. Haelermans, C & Van der Eem, M. (2018). Increased Student Involvement to Decrease Underachievement – Experimental evidence on gender differences in performance (Accepted for publication in the Journal of Human Capital).

24. Van Rens, M., C. Haelermans, W. Groot & H. Maassen van den Brink (2018). Girls’ and boys’ self-reported perceptions from primary to secondary school (Accepted for publication in Child Indicators Research).

23. Vooren, M., C. Haelermans, W. Groot & H. Maassen van den Brink (2018). The effectiveness of active labour market policies: A Meta-analysis (Accepted for publication in The Journal of Economic Surveys).

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 Effectiveness of Teaching Low Math Proficiency Students with an Interactive Whiteboard. 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.

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