Dr. (hans) J.l.w. Van Kippersluis
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Hans van Kippersluis is an Associate Professor in Health Economics. He has used both theoretical and empirical approaches to study topics in health and human capital formation: (i) how do different components of human capital (e.g., education, health) relate to each other and interact with each other (e.g., why are higher educated individuals healthier than lower educated? Why do rich people smoke less?); (ii) What are the genetic and environmental determinants of education and health?, and (iii) What is the effect of public policies on education and health? Current projects include investigating the interplay between genes and the environment in producing inequalities in education and health outcomes, developing and testing incentives to encourage healthy behavior, and investigating the impact of public policies on health, education and labor supply decisions.
C.S. Hsieh & J.L.W. van Kippersluis (2018). Smoking Initiation: Peers and Personality. Quantitative Economics.
J.L.W. van Kippersluis & C.A. Rietveld (2018). Pleiotropy-robust Mendelian Randomization. International Journal of Epidemiology.