Evidence map: The importance of informal learning at work

The colored countries below have empirical evidence for this topic. The color indicates the country's development status, based on the country classification shown in the legend, and the number on the flag indicates how many relevant academic studies address this policy question. If you click on the flag, an overlay pops up that shows the key and additional references for an article.

Key references from this country

ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
    [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

[1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
Micro-level analysis - Regression

Key references from this country

ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
De Grip, A. "Economic perspectives of workplace learning" In: Nijhof, W., Nieuwenhuis, L. (eds) The Learning Potential of the Workplace, Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers, 2008. [5]

Review

Shaw, K., Lazear, E. P. "Tenure and output" Labour Economics 15:4 (2008): 705–724. Online at: DOI: 10.1016/j.labeco.2007.08.004 [11][1] Other - Longitudinal or Panel
Micro-level analysis - Regression

Sicherman, N., Galor, O. "A theory of career mobility" Journal of Political Economy 98:1 (1990): 169–192. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2937647 [7][1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Longitudinal or Panel
Micro-level analysis - Regression

Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
    [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

[1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
Micro-level analysis - Regression

Additional references from this country

Reference
Bartel, A. P., Sicherman, N. "Technological change and retirement decisions of older workers" Journal of Labor Economics 11:1 (1993): 162–183. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/pdfplus/10.2307/2535188.pdf
    Black, S. E., Lynch, L. M. "How to compete: The impact of workplace practices and information technology on productivity" Review of Economics and Statistics 83:3 (2001): 434–445. Online at: http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1162/00346530152480081
      Darr, E. D., Argote, L., Epple, D. "The acquisition, transfer, and depreciation of knowledge in service organizations: Productivity in franchises" Management Science 41:11 (1995): 1750–1762. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2632871
        Handel, M. J., Levine, D. I. "The effects of new work practices on workers" Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 43:1 (2004): 1–43. Online at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.0019-8676.2004.00317.x/pdf
          Ichniowski, C., Shaw, K., Prennushi, G. "The effects of human resource management practices on productivity: A study of steel finishing lines" The American Economic Review 87:3 (1997): 291–313. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2951347?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents
            Mincer, J. "On-the-job training: Costs, returns, and some implications" Journal of Political Economy 70:5 (1962): 50–79. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/pdfplus/10.2307/1829104.pdf?acceptTC=true

              Key references from this country

              ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
              Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
                [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

              [1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              Key references from this country

              ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
              Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
                [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

              [1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              Key references from this country

              ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
              Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
                [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

              [1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              Key references from this country

              ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
              Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
                [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

              [1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              Key references from this country

              ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
              Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
                [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

              [1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              Key references from this country

              ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
              Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
                [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

              [1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              Key references from this country

              ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
              Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
                [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

              [1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              Key references from this country

              ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
              Allen, J., de Grip, A. "Does skill obsolescence increase the risk of employment loss?" Applied Economics 44:25 (2012): 3237–3245. Online at: DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2011.570727 [10][1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Longitudinal or Panel
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              Borghans, L., Fouarge, D., de Grip, A., Van Thor, J. Werken en leren in Nederland, Maastricht University ROA-R-2014/3, 2014. [1][1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              De Grip, A., Sauermann, J. "The effects of training on own and co-worker productivity: Evidence from a field experiment" The Economic Journal 122:560 (2012): 376–399. Online at: DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0297.2012.02500.x [3]
                [1] Data on individual worker productivity

              [1] Experimental data (Micro data): Field experiments - Longitudinal or Panel
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              De Grip, A. "Economic perspectives of workplace learning" In: Nijhof, W., Nieuwenhuis, L. (eds) The Learning Potential of the Workplace, Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers, 2008. [5]

              Review

              De Grip, A., Sauermann, J., Sieben, I. The Role of Peers in Estimating Tenure-Performance Profiles: Evidence from Personnel Data, IZA Discussion Paper, 6164, 2011. [12]
                [1] Personnel Data of Call Agents in a Call Centre

              [1] Other - Longitudinal or Panel
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              De Grip, A., Smits, W. "What affects lifelong learning of scientists and engineers?" International Journal of Manpower 33:5 (2012): 583–597. Online at: DOI: 10.1108/01437721211253209 [13]
                [1] Internet Survey among Dutch Scientists and Engineers

              [1] Survey data (Micro data): Other - Cross section
              Micro-level analysis - Regression

              Additional references from this country

              Reference
              Montizaan, R., Cörvers, F., de Grip, A. "The effects of pension rights and retirement age on training participation: Evidence from a natural experiment" Labour Economics 17:1 (2010): 240–247. Online at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0927537109001146#
                Nelen, A., de Grip, A. "Why do part-time workers invest less in human capital than full-timers?" Labour 23:S1 (2009): 61–83. Online at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-9914.2008.00439.x/pdf

                  Key references from this country

                  ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
                  Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
                    [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

                  [1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
                  Micro-level analysis - Regression

                  Key references from this country

                  ReferenceData source(s)Data type(s)Method(s)
                  Sieben, I., de Grip, A., Longen, J., Sørensen, O. "Technology, selection, and training in call centers" Industrial and Labor Relations Review 62:4 (2009): 553–572. Online at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25594526 [9]
                    [1] Establishment-Level Call Center Survey Data

                  [1] Survey data (Micro data): Household data - Cross section
                  Micro-level analysis - Regression

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