Mette Verner
Mette Verner
Professor MSO, VIVE
Verified email at vive.dk
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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
12582006
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
422*2008
Does the gap in family‐friendly policies drive the family gap?
HS Nielsen, M Simonsen, M Verner
Scandinavian Journal of Economics 106 (4), 721-744, 2004
1932004
Why Are So Few Females Promoted into CEO and Vice President Positions? Danish Empirical Evidence, 1997-2007
N Smith, S Valdemar, M Verner
Industrial and Labor Relations Review 66 (2), 2013
152*2013
Diversity among Norwegian boards of directors: Does a quota for women improve firm performance?
H Dale-Olsen, P Schøne, M Verner
Feminist Economics 19 (4), 110-135, 2013
1322013
Marriage migration: just another case of positive assortative matching?
A Çelikaksoy, HS Nielsen, M Verner
Review of Economics of the Household 4 (3), 253-275, 2006
1002006
At the lower end of the table: Determinants of poverty among immigrants to Denmark and Sweden
K Blume, B Gustafsson, PJ Pedersen, M Verner
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 33 (3), 373-396, 2007
852007
Welfare dependency among Danish immigrants
K Blume, M Verner
european Journal of Political economy 23 (2), 453-471, 2007
752007
Do children stabilize relationships in Denmark?
M Svarer, M Verner
Journal of Population Economics 21 (2), 395-417, 2008
632008
The gender pay gap in top corporate jobs in Denmark: Glass ceilings, sticky floors or both?
N Smith, V Smith, M Verne
International journal of manpower, 2011
562011
A tale of two countries: Poverty and income distribution among immigrants in Denmark and Sweden since 1984
K Blume, B Gustafsson, PJ Pedersen, M Verner
Poverty, international migration and asylum, 317-340, 2005
392005
A comparison of different estimators for panel data sample selection models
P Jensen, M Rosholm, M Verner
U of Aarhus, Economics Working Paper, 2001
322001
Economic impacts of professional training in the informal sector: The case of the labor force training program in Cote d'Ivoire
D Verner, M Verner
World Bank Publications, 2005
242005
Do children stabilize Danish marriages?
M Svarer, M Verner
Journal of Population Economics 21 (2), 395-417, 2006
222006
Women on boards of directors and firm performance: Evidence from Denmark and Norway
H Dale-Olsen, P Schøne, M Verner
Firms, boards and gender quotas: Comparative perspectives, 2012
162012
Women in top Management and Firm performance
N Smith, V Smith, M Verner
Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus, 2008
162008
Breaking through the glass ceiling: a survey of promotion rates of graduates of a primary care faculty development fellowship program
MA Smith, HC Barry, RA Dunn, C Keefe, D Weismantel
FAMILY MEDICINE-KANSAS CITY- 38 (7), 505, 2006
122006
Til gavn for bundlinjen: Forbedrer kvinder i topledelse og bestyrelse danske virksomheders bundlinje?
AM Kossowska, N Smith, V Smith, M Verner
University of Aarhus, Aarhus School of Business, Department of Economics …, 2005
82005
Towards a family friendly labor market policy–A comparison between Germany and Scandinavian Countries
M Ejrnes, A Kunze, N Smith, M Verner
IZA Compact, 2002
72002
Long‐Term consequences of early parenthood
ER Johansen, HS Nielsen, M Verner
Journal of Marriage and Family 82 (4), 1286-1303, 2020
62020
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