Patrick Nolen
Patrick Nolen
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Gender differences in risk behaviour: does nurture matter?
AL Booth, P Nolen
The Economic Journal 122 (558), F56-F78, 2012
Choosing to compete: How different are girls and boys?
A Booth, P Nolen
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 81 (2), 542-555, 2012
Gender differences in risk aversion: do single-sex environments affect their development?
A Booth, L Cardona-Sosa, P Nolen
Journal of economic behavior & organization 99, 126-154, 2014
Cell phones and rural labor markets: Evidence from South Africa
S Klonner, PJ Nolen
Göttingen: Verein für Socialpolitik, Ausschuss für Entwicklungsländer, 2010
Incentives and children's dietary choices: A field experiment in primary schools
M Belot, J James, P Nolen
Journal of health economics 50, 213-229, 2016
Do single-sex classes affect academic achievement? An experiment in a coeducational university
AL Booth, L Cardona-Sosa, P Nolen
Journal of Public Economics 168, 109-126, 2018
Unemployment and vulnerability: A class of distribution sensitive measures, its axiomatic properties, and applications
K Basu, P Nolen
Rational Choice and Social Welfare, 237-258, 2008
Salience, risky choices and gender
A Booth, P Nolen
Economics Letters 117 (2), 517-520, 2012
Information and Attitudes towards Exporting Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial
H Breinlich, D Donaldson, PJ Nolen, G Wright
GEP conference in Ningbo, 2015
Can risk-taking preferences be modified? Some experimental evidence
AL Booth, P Nolen
CESifo Economic Studies 61 (1), 7-32, 2014
Unemployment and household values: Distribution sensitive measures of unemployment
P Nolen
Labour Economics 24, 354-362, 2013
Intellectual property, overseas sales, and the impact of UKTI assistance in entering new overseas markets
H Breinlich, G Mion, P Nolen, D Novy
The Department of Trade and Investment for the United Kingdom, 2012
Gender differences in risk aversion
P Nolen, A Booth
Australasian Science 30 (6), 24, 2009
The effect of health insurance reform: Evidence from China
H He, PJ Nolen
China Economic Review 53, 168-179, 2019
Who Permits Work Hour Reductions for Childcare?
R Hutchens, P Nolen
Workplace Flexibility: Realigning 20th-Century Jobs for a 21st-Century …, 2015
IPR Policy Brief-Incentives and children's dietary choices:: a field experiment in primary schools
M Belot, J James, P Nolen
University of Bath, 2014
Gender differences in risk behaviour: does nurture matter?* Alison L. Booth
P Nolen
The Economic Journal 122 (558), 2011
Secondary analysis of data from UKTI Performance and Impact Monitoring Survey (PIMS)
H Breinlich, G Mion, P Nolen
UKTI, 2011
Will The Real Family-Friendly Employer Please Stand Up: Who Permits Parents To Reduce Working Hours For Purposes of Childcare?
R Hutchens, PJ Nolen
University of Essex, Department of Economics, Discussion Papers 622, 2006
M Belot, N Berlin, J James, V Skafida
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