Jan Sauermann

I am associate professor (docent) at the Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI) at Stockholm University and am affiliated with the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) at Maastricht University, the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA), Bonn, and the Center for Corporate Performance (CCP), Copenhagen.

My research interests are centred around learning and incentives in the workplace, origins and consequences of course choice in education, and gender differences in the labour market. From a methodological point of view, I am very interested in field experiments and applications of regression discontinuity designs. You can find a list of my papers here and download my CV here.

I am editing the NEP report on the economics of gender, am involved in organising the Stockholm Uppsala Economics of Education Workshop, and occasionally write up useful commands on my Stata/TeX Blog.


News:

November 1: the programme for the third Stockholm-Uppsala Education Economics workshop is now online!

September 28: a new version of my paper "Worker reciprocity and the returns to training: evidence from a field experiment" is now available

August 24: on November 13, the third Stockholm-Uppsala Education Economics workshop will take place (keynote: Julien Grenet, Paris School of Economics). Here you can download the call for papers.

April 5: our blog post "Is there a gender bias in teaching evaluations?" is now online on the OUPblog

February 11: our paper Gender Bias in Teaching Evaluations is now available online on the JEEA website