Publications

The impact of my peer-reviewed publications and working papers are demonstrated by a Google Scholar total citation count of 945 and an h-index of 13 (assessed on 13/02/2020). According to SSRN (assessed on 13/02/2020), my papers have been downloaded over 1,240 times.

Current Revise and Resubmit / Conditional Acceptance

 27Black, N. and S.C. Kassenboehmer (2019), Short, Heavy and Underrated? Teacher Assessment Biases by children's body size, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, conditionally accepted [A in ABDC]
 26Kassenboehmer, S.C. and S. Schurer (2018)Item Response Behaviour as a Proxy  for Unobserved AbilityRevise&Resubmit at Journal of Business and Economics Statistics. [A* in ABDC][LINK]
 25Kassenboehmer, S.C., Lemmerman, D. and S. Schurer (2019), Gender Differences in lifecycle benefits of compulsory schooling policies, Revise&Resubmit at European Economic Review. [A* in ABDC]
 24Saxby, K., Kassenboehmer, S.C. and D. Petrie (2019)Structural Stigma and Sexual Orientation Disparities in Healthcare Use: Evidence from Australian Census-linked Administrative DataRevise&Resubmit at Social Science & Medicine. [A* in ERA]

Articles in Refereed Journals

 23Kassenboehmer, S.C., Leung, S. and S. Schurer (2018), Do Universities Shape Their Students' Personality?, Oxford Economic Papers, 70(2), 538-562 [A in ABDC][LINK]
 22 Black, N. and S.C. Kassenboehmer (2017), Getting weighed down: The effect of childhood obesity on socioemotional difficulties, Journal of Human Capital, 11(2), 263-295 [A in ABDC][LINK]

 21Elkins, R., Kassenboehmer, S.C. and S. Schurer (2017), The Stability of Personality Traits in Adolescence and Young Adulthood, Journal of Economic Psychology, 60, 37-52 [A in ABDC]. [LINK]

 20 Kassenboehmer, S.C. and S.G. Schatz (2017), Re-employment Expectations and Realisations: Prediction Errors and Behavioural Responses, Labour Economics, 44, 161-176 [A in ABDC]. [LINK]

 19 Johnston, D., Kassenboehmer, S. C. and M. Shields (2016), Financial Decision-Making in the Household: Exploring the Importance of Survey Respondent, Health, Cognitive Ability and Personality, Monash University, Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization, 132, Part A: 42-61 [A* in ABDC]. [LINK]

 18 Cobb-Clark, D.A., Kassenboehmer, S.C. and M. Sinning (2016), Locus of Control and Savings, Journal of Banking and Finance, 73: 113-130 [A* in ABDC][LINK]

 17 Cobb-Clark, D.A., Kassenboehmer, S.C., Le, T., McVicar, D. and R. Zang (2015), “High-School”: The Impact of Early Marijuana Use on Educational Outcomes, Economic Record, 91(293): 247-266 [A in ABDC]. [LINK]

 16 Cobb-Clark, D.A., Kassenboehmer, S.C., Le, T., McVicar, D. and R. Zang (2015), Is There an Educational Penalty for Being Suspended from School?, Education Economics, 23(4): 376-395 [A in ERA]. [LINK]

 15 Cobb-Clark, D.A., Kassenboehmer, S.C. and S. Schurer (2014), Healthy Habits: The Connection between Diet, Exercise and Locus of Control, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 98: 1-28 [A* in ABDC]. [LINK]

 14 Kassenboehmer, S.C. and M. Sinning (2014), Distributional Changes in the Gender Wage Gap, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 67(2): 335-361 [A* in ABDC]. [LINK]

 13 Kassenboehmer, S.C. and J.P. Haisken-DeNew (2012), Heresy or enlightenment? The well-being age U-shape effect is flat, Economics Letters, 117 (1): 235–238 [A in ABDC]. [LINK]

 12 Kassenboehmer, S.C. and J.P. Haisken-DeNew (2009), You're Fired! The Causal Negative Effect of Entry Unemployment on Life Satisfaction. Economic Journal, 119 (536): 448-462 [A* in ABDC]. [LINK]


Discussion Papers / Work in Progress

11Broadway, B. and  Kassenboehmer, S. C.  (2019), Employment Effects of Job Counseling for Disability Insurance Recipients, Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 18/19. [LINK]
 10Armstrong, O.,  de New, J., Johnston, D. and S. Kassenboehmer (2020), Economic Insecurity and Opioid Deaths (prepared for submission). 
 9Buchmueller, T., de New, J., Kassenboehmer, S. and K. Saxby (2020), Unintended Consequences of the Introduction of an Abuse-deterrent Opioid (prepared for submission). 
 8Avdic, D., Kamhoefer, D. and Kassenboehmer, S. (2020), Economic Downturns and Mental Health (prepared for submission). 
 7Bonsang, E., Costa-Font, J. and Kassenboehmer, S. (2020), Locus of Control and the Take-up of Supplementary Health Insurance (prepared for submission). 
 6Kassenboehmer S.C. and Christoph M. Schmidt (2011), Beyond GDP and Back: What is the Value-Added by Additional Components of Welfare Measurement?, IZA Discussion Paper No. 5453 (prepared for resubmission).[LINK]

 5Kassenboehmer S.C. and Haisken-DeNew (2009), Social Jealousy and Stigma – Negative Externalities of Social Assistance Payments in Germany. Ruhr Economic Paper No. 117 (prepared for resubmission). [LINK]

Contract Research

 4 Broadway, B., Chigavazira, A. and S.C. Kassenboehmer (2014), Labour force potential of disability support pension recipients, Final Report. [on behalf of the Department of Employment, Australia[LINK]

 3  Cobb-Clark, D.A., Kassenboehmer, S.C., McVicar, D., Le, T. and R. Zang (2012), The Impact of Middle-Years Experiences on Educational and Labour Market Outcomes, Final Report. [on behalf of the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Australia]  [LINK]

 2  Kassenboehmer, S.C., Leung, F. and R. Scutella (2012), Inclusion Indicators. [on behalf of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Australia[LINK]

 1  Bachmann, R., Beimann, B., Bredtmann, J., David, P., Ehlert, C., Kassenboehmer, S., Schaffner, S. and L. Siemers (2011), Studies on “flexicurity” Lot 1: Study on various aspects of labour market performance using micro data from the European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC) – Final Report, RWI Projektberichte. [on behalf of the European Commission - DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities[LINK]


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