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measured into underlying personality traits and economic preferences. We demonstrate that the construction of the non …
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measured into underlying personality traits and economic preferences. We demonstrate that the construction of the non …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011572150
measured into underlying personality traits and economic preferences. We demonstrate that the construction of the non …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011594151
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willing to participate in training. This lesser willingness to participate in training is driven by economic preferences … (future orientation, preference for leisure), as well as personality traits (locus of control, exam anxiety, and openness to …
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willing to participate in training. This lesser willingness to participate in training is driven by economic preferences … (future orientation, preference for leisure), as well as personality traits (locus of control, exam anxiety, and openness to …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10008564692
We provide new evidence of worker-firm matching based on preferences, attitudes and personality traits using new …
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We provide new evidence of worker-firm matching based on preferences, attitudes and personality traits using new …
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This paper provides evidence of a novel facet of peer effects by showing how peer personality affects educational … persistence of their peers. The personality peer effects that we document are distinct from other observable peer characteristics … and suggest that the personality traits of peers causally affect human capital accumulation. …
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number of life events on the Big Five personality traits and locus of control. A subset of life events have large impacts on … then demonstrate that treating personality traits as fixed can lead to biased estimates of their relationship with …
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