Robert Dur is Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam and a research fellow of the Tinbergen Institute, CESifo Munchen, and IZA Bonn. He held visiting positions at Bocconi Univerisity, the University of Munich, and the University of Vienna. His research interests include personnel economics, organizational economics, and behavioral economics. He works on both theory and empirics. Currently, he is undertaking a series of field experiments in companies and public-sector organizations on the effects of incentive pay and feedback on workers' performance and well-being. His work has been published in among others the American Economic Review, Economic Journal, Journal of Labor Economics, and Journal of Public Economics. He is an associate editor of the journal Economics of Governance.
A.J. Dur (1997). Arbeidsduurverkorting en lonen in Nederland. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 82 (4090), 71-73.
A.J. Dur & C.N. Teulings (2004). Are education subsidies an efficient redistribution device? In J. Agell, M. Keen & A. Weichenrieder (Eds.), Labor market, institutions and public regulation (pp. 123-161). Cambridge (MA): MIT Press.
A.J. Dur & C.N. Teulings (2001). Onderwijs en inkomensverdeling. In R.H.J.M. Gradus, J.J.M. Kremers & J. van Sinderen (Eds.), Nederland kennisland? (pp. 163-179) Groningen: Stenfert Kroese
A.J. Dur (2009). Motiveren, belonen en presteren in de publieke sector. Oratie (2009, oktober 8). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit