I received my PhD in Economics in 2008 from Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany. Before coming to York, I was a Senior Research Officer at University College London (2008-2015). I am a Research Fellow at CReAM (UCL) and at IZA.
- Departmental Research Committee
- Performance Reviewer
- UG Mitigating Circumstances Committee
- Board of Studies MA Social Research
My research fields are in Applied Micro, in particular Labour Economics, Economics of Education and Applied Econometrics. In my current projects I am interest in peer effects among coworkers and effects of early childhood education and early childhood interventions.
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- Cornelissen, T., Dustmann, C., Raute, A. and U. Schönberg (forthcoming): Who benefits from universal child care? Estimating marginal returns to early child care attendance, Journal of Political Economy.
- Cornelissen, T., and C. Dustmann (forthcoming): Early School Exposure, Test Scores, and Noncognitive Outcomes, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.
- Sandner, M., Cornelissen, T., Jungmann, T. and P. Herrmann (2018): Evaluating the Effects of a Targeted Home Visiting Program on Maternal and Child Health Outcomes, Journal of Health Economics, 58, 269-283.
- Cornelissen, T., Dustmann, C., and U. Schönberg (2017): Peer Effects in the Workplace, American Economic Review, 107(2), 425-56.
- Cornelissen, T., Heywood, J. and U. Jirjahn (2014): Reciprocity and Profit Sharing: Is There an Inverse U-shaped Relationship?, Journal of Labor Research, 35(2), 205-225.
- Cornelissen, T., Himmler, O. and T. König (2013): Fairness Spillovers - The Case of Taxation, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 90, 164-180.
- Cornelissen, T. and U. Jirjahn (2012): Religion and earnings: Is it good to be an atheist with religious parental background?, Economics Letters, 117(3), 905–908.
- Cornelissen, T. and U. Jirjahn (2012): September 11th and the Earnings of Muslims in Germany - The Moderating Role of Education and Firm Size, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 81(2), 490–504.
- Cornelissen, T. and O. Hübler (2011): Unobserved individual and firm heterogeneity in wage and job duration functions: Evidence from German linked employer-employee data, German Economic Review, 12(4), 469–489.
- Cornelissen, T., Heywood, J. and U. Jirjahn (2011): Performance Pay, Risk Attitudes and Job Satisfaction, Labour Economics, 18(2), 229-239.
- Cornelissen, T., Himmler, O. and T. König (2011): Perceived Unfairness in CEO Compensation and Work Morale, Economics Letters, 110(1), 45-48.
- Cornelissen, T. and C. Pfeifer (2010): The Impact of Participation in Sports on Educational Attainment – New Evidence from Germany, Economics of Education Review, 29(1), 94-103.
- Cornelissen, T. and K. Sonderhof (2009): Partial effects in probit and logit models with a triple dummy variable interaction term, The Stata Journal, 9(4), 571-583.
- Cornelissen, T. (2008): The stata module felsdvreg to estimate a linear model with two high-dimensional fixed effects, The Stata Journal, 8(2), 170-189.
- Cornelissen, T. and O. Hübler (2007): Downward wage rigidity and job mobility, Empirical Economics, 34(2), 205-230.