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Why pay for welfare?

van Oorschot, W. J. H., 2000, In : The Netherlands' journal of social sciences. 36, 1, p. 15-36

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Why pension funds should favour rule-based strategies over discretionary ones

Sender, S. J., 2010, In : Bankers, Markets and Investors. 109, November-December, p. 26-35

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Why people resort to coercion: The role of utility and legitimacy

Knippenberg, B., Knippenberg, D. & De Cremer, D., 2007, In : European Journal of Social Psychology. 37, 2, p. 276-287

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Why progressive redistribution can hurt the poor

Foellmi, R. & Oechslin, M. C., Apr 2008, In : Journal of Public Economics. 92, 3-4, p. 738-747

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Wealth
Redistribution
Investment opportunities
General equilibrium
Middle class
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Why prosocials exhibit greater cooperation than proselfs: The roles of responsibility and reciprocity

De Cremer, D. & van Lange, P. A. M., 2001, In : European Journal of Personality. 15, p. 5-18 14 p.

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Publication Bias

Why replication studies are essential: Learning from failure and success

Harzing, A-W., 2016, In : Cross-Cultural and Strategic Management. 23, 4, p. 563-568

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Why shared decision making is not good enough: Lessons from patients

Olthuis, G. J., Leget, C. J. W. & Grypdonck, M., 2013, In : Journal of Medical Ethics.

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Why shops close again: An evolutionary perspective on the deregulation of shopping hours

Kosfeld, M., 2002, In : European Economic Review. 46, 1, p. 51-72 21 p.

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Why Shops Close Again: An Evolutionary Perspective on the Deregulation of Shopping Hours

Kosfeld, M., 1999, Tilburg: Microeconomics. 16 p. (FEW Research Memorandum; vol. 776)

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Shopping
Deregulation
Evolutionary
Owners
Retail

Why should I ...? Possibilities for judging the quality of relationship between organisations

Goessling, T., 2003, Co-creating Emergent Insight. Hibbert, P. (ed.). Glasgow: University of Strathclyde, p. 54-60

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Why should I read? A cross-cultural investigation into adolescents? Reading socialisation and reading attitude

Broeder, P. & Stokmans, M. J. W., 2013, In : International Review of Education. 59, 1, p. 87-112 26 p.

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Why sin? A test and an exploration of the social and psychological context of resentment and desire.

Nauta, R. & Derckx, L. G. M., 2007, In : Pastoral Psychology. 56, 2, p. 177-188 12 p.

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Why social attachment and oxytocin protect against addiction and stress: Insights from the dynamics between ventral and dorsal corticostriatal systems

Tops, M., Koole, S. L., Ijzerman, H. & Buisman-Pijlman, F. T. A., 2014, In : Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior. 119, p. 39-48

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Oxytocin
Chemical activation
Social aspects
Processing
Neuropeptides

Why some people age more quickly than others

Smolenaars, E., 1997, onbekend: Oldendorff Research Institute. 18 p. (WORC Paper; vol. 9708.008/2)

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Why Status Effects Need not Justify Egalitarian Income Policy

Graafland, J. J., 2010, Tilburg: Macroeconomics, 19 p. (CentER Discussion Paper; vol. 2010-73).

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incomes policy
income
jealousy
envy
distributive justice

Why students withdraw or continue their educational careers: A closer look at differences in study approaches and personal reasons

Bragt, C. A. C., Bakx, A. W. E. A., Teune, T. J., Bergen, T. C. M. & Croon, M. A., 2011, In : Journal of Vocational Education and Training. 63, 2, p. 217-233

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Why Switzerland needs a national crime prevention council

van Dijk, J. J. M., 2013, Criminology, Criminal Policy and Criminal Law in an International Perspective. Berne: Stämpfli Publishers Ltd., p. 679-688 1245 p.

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Why talk about it: Goals for Word-of-Mouth communication

Wetzer, I. M., Zeelenberg, M. & Pieters, R., 2005, Proceedings of the Society of Consumer Psychology. Brumbaugh, A. M. & Henderson, G. R. (eds.). Society for Consumer Psychology, p. 34-40

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Why the certification process defined in the General Data Protection Regulation cannot be successful

Lachaud, E., 1 Dec 2016, In : Computer Law and Security Review. 32, 6, p. 814-826 13 p.

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data protection
Data privacy
certification
regulation
reform

Why the European Union is not delivering: An essay on the role of multidimensional diversity

van Witteloostuijn, A., 2012, In : European Review. 20, 3, p. 365-375

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referendum
Euro
European Union
Netherlands
social science

Why the GDPR risk-based approach is about compliance risk, and why it's not a bad thing

Gellert, R., 2017, Trends und Communities der Rechtsinformatik - Trends and communities of legal informatics : Tagungsband des 20. Internationalen Rechtsinformatik Symposions - IRIS 2017 - Proceedings of the 20th International Legal Informatics Symposium. Erich, S., Kummer, F. & Sorge, C. (eds.). Austrian Computer Society (OCG), p. 527-532 6 p.

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Why the Item “23 +1” Is Not in a Depression Questionnaire: Validity From a Network Perspective

Cramer, A. O. J., 1 Jan 2012, In : Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives. 10, 1-2, p. 50-54

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Why the Marriage Squeeze Cannot Cause Dowry Inflation

Anderson, K. S., 2000, Tilburg: Macroeconomics, 24 p. (CentER Discussion Paper; vol. 2000-86).

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Dowry
Inflation
Marriage
Marriage market
Payment

Why the marrriage squeeze cannot cause dowry inflation

Anderson, K. S., 2007, In : Journal of Economic Theory. 137, 1, p. 140-152

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Why the new EU-ETS is almost perfect

Heijmans, R. J. R. K. & Gerlagh, R., Oct 2018, In : EAERE Magazine. 2018, 3, p. 8-10

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Why the police have an effect on violent crime after all. Evidence from the British Crime Survey

Vollaard, B. A. & Hamed, J., 2012, In : Journal of Law and Economics. 55, 4, p. 901-924

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Why there is(n't) wh-movement in there-constructions

Hartmann, J. M., 2005, Linguistics in the Netherlands 2005. Doetjes, J. & van de Weijer, J. (eds.). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, p. 87-98 12 p.

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Why there is less supportive evidence for contact theory than they say there is: A quantitative cultural–sociological critique

Manevska, K., Achterberg, P. H. J. & Houtman, D., 2018, In : American Journal of Cultural Sociology. 6, 2, p. 296–321

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contact
prejudice
evidence
friendship
ESS

Why the sociological turn of the study of literature is not innovative in itself

Verdaasdonk, H., 1997, In : Canadian Review of Comparative Literature. 24, p. 57-62 6 p.

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Why things are different

van Bergeijk, P. A., Bovenberg, A. L., van Damme, E. E. C. & van Sinderen, J., 1997, Economics Science and Practice. The Roles of Academic Economists and Policy-Makers. van Bergeijk, P. A., Bovenberg, A. L., van Damme, E. E. C. & van Sinderen, J. (eds.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, p. 181-197 214 p.

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Why things go wrong: Agency and evil among the Kapsiki of North Cameroon

van Beek, W. E. A., Dec 2014, Agency and Changing World Views in Africa. Neubert, D. & Scherer, C. (eds.). Berlin: LIT Verlag, Vol. 40. p. 73-98 26 p. (Beiträgen zur Afrikaforschung; no. 40).

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Why tolerance cannot be our principal value

de Wit, T. W. A., 2010, In : Bijdragen: International Journal for Philosophy and Theology. 71, 4, p. 377-390 14 p.

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Why tourists buy textile souvenirs: European evidence

Richards, G. W., Onderwater, L. & Stam, S., 2000, In : Tourism, Culture & Communication. 2, 1, p. 39-48

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Why Trump won

Maly, I., 2016.

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Racist
Supporters
Elites
Slur
Misogynist

Why trusting God differs from all other forms of trust

Sarot, M., 1996, In : Sophia. 35, 1, p. 101-115 15 p.

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Why universities will be disrupted in a digital age

Vermeulen, E., 2018, In : Global University Venturing. 2018, March

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Why universities will be disrupted in a digital world: “Re-defining” education in an age of AI and robots

Vermeulen, E., 2018

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Why UX Research Matters for HRI: The Case of Tablets as Mediators

de Wit, J., Pijpers, L., van den Berghe, R., Krahmer, E. & Vogt, P., May 2019.

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Robots
Human robot interaction
Virtual reality
Gain control
Intelligent systems

Why valence is not enough in the study of emotions: Behavioral differences between regret and disappointment

Martinez, L. M., Zeelenberg, M. & Rijsman, J. B., 2008, In : Psicologia. 22, 2, p. 109-121

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Why we are in trouble if we don’t change education: How to prepare for the future of work

Vermeulen, E., 2018

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Why we cry and how it affects mood. Abstract

Vingerhoets, A. J. J. M. & Becht, M. C., 1997, In : Psychosomatic Medicine. 59, p. 92-92

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Why we should master the art of storytelling: How to be “successful” & “relevant” in a digital age

Vermeulen, E., 2017

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Why we should use animals to study economic decision making - a perspective

Kalenscher, T. & van Wingerden, M., 2011, In : Frontiers in Neuroscience. 5, p. 82

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Research Subjects
Economic Models
Malpractice

Why Yer Vocalization Overapplies in Russian; an OT-Account

Hermans, B., 2003, Investigations into Formal Slavic Linguistics. Kosta, P., Blaszczak, J. & Frasek, J. (eds.). Frankfurt: Peter Lang, p. 49-65 (Linguistik International; no. 10).

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Why your “soft skills” matter in building a culture of success: Communication & collaboration in a “digital mindset"

Vermeulen, E., 2018

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Why “chaos” matters in work & life: The essential element of the “digital transformation"

Vermeulen, E., 2018

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Wicked Policy Problems and the Re-Invention of Incremental Policy: Watermanagement in the Netherlands

Bekkers, V. J. J. M. & Lips, A. M. B., 2000, Polder Politics in the Netherlands. Hendriks, F. & Toonen, T. A. J. (eds.). Edward Elgar Publishing

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