nina smith
nina smith
professor economics, aarhus university
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Do women in top management affect firm performance? A panel study of 2,500 Danish firms
N Smith, V Smith, M Verner
International Journal of productivity and Performance management, 2006
Selection and network effects—Migration flows into OECD countries 1990–2000
PJ Pedersen, M Pytlikova, N Smith
European Economic Review 52 (7), 1160-1186, 2008
Children and career interruptions: the family gap in Denmark
ND Gupta, N Smith
Economica 69 (276), 609-629, 2002
Income inequality and income mobility in the Scandinavian countries compared to the United States
R Aaberge, A Björklund, M Jäntti, M Palme, PJ Pedersen, N Smith, ...
Review of Income and Wealth 48 (4), 443-469, 2002
The impact of Nordic countries’ family friendly policies on employment, wages, and children
ND Gupta, N Smith, M Verner
Review of Economics of the Household 6 (1), 65-89, 2008
Swimming upstream, floating downstream: Comparing women's relative wage progress in the United States and Denmark
ND Gupta, RL Oaxaca, N Smith
Ilr Review 59 (2), 243-266, 2006
The school-to-work transition of 2nd generation immigrants in Denmark
HS Nielsen, M Rosholm, N Smith, L Husted
Journal of Population Economics 16 (4), 755-786, 2003
Employment and wage assimilation of male first‐generation immigrants in Denmark
L Husted, HS Nielsen, M Rosholm, N Smith
International Journal of Manpower, 2001
Unemployment shocks and income distribution: how did the Nordic countries fare during their crises?
R Aaberge, T Wennemo, A Bjorklund, M Jantti, PJ Pedersen, N Smith
Scandinavian Journal of Economics 102 (1), 77-99, 2000
Career interruptions due to parental leave: A comparative study of Denmark and Sweden
E Pylkkänen, N Smith
OECD, 2003
Unemployment and marital dissolution
P Jensen, N Smith
Journal of Population Economics 3 (3), 215-229, 1990
Qualifications, discrimination, or assimilation? An extended framework for analysing immigrant wage gaps
HS Nielsen, M Rosholm, N Smith, L Husted
Empirical Economics 29 (4), 855-883, 2004
Child care and parental leave in the Nordic countries: A model to aspire to?
N Datta Gupta, N Smith, M Verner
IZA Discussion Paper, 2006
Why are so few females promoted into CEO and vice president positions? Danish empirical evidence, 1997–2007
N Smith, V Smith, M Verner
ILR Review 66 (2), 380-408, 2013
The Danish gender wage gap in the 1980s: A panel data study
M Rosholm, N Smith
Oxford Economic Papers 48 (2), 254-279, 1996
Wage differentials between the public and private sectors
PJ Pederson, JB Schmidt-Sørensen, N Smith, N Westergård-Nielsen
Journal of Public Economics 41 (1), 125-145, 1990
The impact of family-friendly policies in Denmark and Sweden on mothers' career interruptions due to childbirth
E Pylkkänen, N Smith
IZA Discussion Paper, 2004
Is marriage poisonous? Are relationships taxing? An analysis of the male marital wage differential in Denmark
ND Gupta, N Smith, LS Stratton
Southern Economic Journal, 412-433, 2007
The timing and flexibility of housework and men and women's wages
J Bonke, ND Gupta, N Smith
Contributions to economic analysis 271, 43-77, 2004
Cross-national comparisons of the labour force participation of women married to unemployed men
S Dex, S Gustafsson, N Smith, T Callan
Oxford Economic Papers, 611-635, 1995
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