preco

Department of Economics

Philip
Rosenbaum
Assistant professor


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E-mail: pr.eco@cbs.dk
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2020
Philip Rosenbaum / Does Early Childbearing Matter? : New Approach Using Danish Register Data.
In: Labour Economics, Vol. 65, 8.2020
Journal article > peer review
2019
Mario Daniele Amore; Morten Bennedsen; Birthe Larsen; Philip Rosenbaum / CEO Education and Corporate Environmental Footprint
In: Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Vol. 94, 3.2019, p. 254-273
Journal article > peer review
Philip Rosenbaum / Essays in Labor Markets : Gender, Fertility and Education.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2019, 161 p. (PhD series, No. 9.2019)
Ph.D. thesis
2017
Mario Daniele Amore; Morten Bennedsen; Birthe Larsen; Philip Rosenbaum / CEO Education and Corporate Environmental Footprint
Paper presented at Economic Policy Research Network konference
, 2017
Paper > peer review
Mario Daniele Amore; Morten Bennedsen; Birthe Larsen; Philip Rosenbaum / Educated for Efficiency : Do Better-educated Managers Produce More for Less Energy?.
Paper presented at The 32nd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association (EEA) - The 70th European Meeting of the Econometric Society (ESEM) , 2017
Paper > peer review
2016
Philip Rosenbaum / Early Labour Market Disruption : Effect of Young Adult Childbearing on the Women's Labour Market Outcome.
In: Symposium i anvendt statistik: 25.-27. januar 2016. . ed. /Peter Linde. København : Danmarks Statistik 2016, p. 66-72
Article in proceedings > peer review
2015
Philip Rosenbaum / Early Labour Market Disruption : Effect of Young Adult Childbearing on the Women’s Labour Market Outcome.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2015, 46 p.
Working paper
2014
Jannie H. G. Kristoffersen; Philip Rosenbaum; Rasmus Højbjerg Jacobsen / Udenforskabets pris : Beregning af de samfundsøkonomiske omkostninger pr. årgang.
Frederiksberg : Centre for Economic and Business Research, Copenhagen Business School 2014, 10 p.
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