Publications

Dissertations

Essays on Educational Institutions and Inequality of Opportunity.

2010, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Articles

Time preferences and their life outcome correlates.

Dániel Horn and Hubert János Kiss (2020) Time preferences and their life outcome correlates: Evidence from a representative survey, PLoS One, July 30, 2020

Does politicizing ‘gender’ influence the possibility of conducting academic research? Evidence from a randomized controlled trial.....

Lénárd, Tünde; Dániel Horn and Hubert János Kiss (2020) Does politicizing ‘gender’ influence the possibility of conducting academic research? Evidence from a randomized controlled trial, Economics Letters. Vol 189. April

Does It Matter When Your Smartest Peers Leave Your Class? Evidence from Hungary.

Schiltz, Fritz; Mazrekaj, Deni; Horn, Daniel; De Witte, Kristof (2019) Does It Matter When Your Smartest Peers Leave Your Class? Evidence from Hungary. Labour Economics EALE Special Issue

Using regression tree ensembles to model interaction effects: a graphical approach.

Applied Economics (2018).
with 
Fritz Schiltz, Chiara Masci, Tommaso Agasisti

Diverging Performances - the detrimental effects of early selection on equality of opportunity in Hungary.

Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 2013 Vol. 32, June p.25-43 
doi:10.1016/j.rssm.2013.01.002

How inequality of opportunity and mean student performance are related? A quantile regression approach using PISA data.

Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies
2011. Vol. 11. No. 3. p. 21-40
with Zoltán Hermann

Age of Selection Counts: a Cross-country Comparison of Educational Institutions.

Educational Research and Evaluation
2009 Vol. 15, No. 4, August, p.343–367

Tracking and Inequality of Learning Outcomes in Hungarian Secondary Schools.

Prospects 
2006 December.p.433-446
with:Ildikó Balázsi, Szabolcs Takács and Yanhong Zhang

Chapters

Determinants of the cultural integration of immigrants

with István Kónya
In: Hungarian Labor Market 2016 (eds. Zsuzsa Blaskó and Károly Fazekas )
institute of economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Budapest, 2016

Early tracking and Competition: A Recipe for Large Inequalities in Hungary.

with Tamás Keller and Péter Róbert
In. Blossfeld, Hans-Peter et al. (eds.) Models of Secondary Education and Social Inequality, Cheltenham; Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing. pp 129-148. 2016

Hungary: The Impact of Gender Culture.

In. Blossfeld, Hans-Peter; Sandra Buchholz; Jan Skopek and Moris Triventi (eds.) Gender, Education and Employment: An international comparison of school-to-work tansitions. Edward Elgar Publishing. forthcoming.

Rising inequalities: will electorates go for higher redistribution?

In. Salverda et al. (eds.) Changing Inequalities and Societal Impacts in Rich Countries: Analytical and Comparative Perspectives, Oxford University Press: Oxford
co-authors: Istvan György Tóth and Márton Medgyesi

A közoktatás minősége és eredményessége [Quality and Effectiveness of Public Education]..

In: Gabor Halasz and Judit Lannert (eds.) Jelentés a magyar közoktatásról 2006 [Report on the Hungarian Public Education] Budapest: Országos Közoktatási Intézet
with Edit Sinka

Teljesítményalapú ösztönzőrendszerek a közoktatásban [Performance Based Incentives in Public Education]..

In: Hermann Zoltán (ed.)  Hatékonysági problémák a közoktatásban [Efficiency Problems in Public Education] Budapest: Országos Közoktatási Intézet
with Balázs Muraközy 

Mennyibe kerül egy gyerek? Az általános iskolák oktatási szolgáltatásainak költségbecslése [How Much Does a Child Cost? Cost Estimation of the Educational Services of the Primary Schools] .

In: Hermann Zoltán (ed.): Hatékonysági problémák a közoktatásban, [Efficiency Problems in Public Education] Budapest: Országos Közoktatási Intézet

Working papers

Using Machine Learning To Model Interaction Effects In Education: A Graphical Approach.

Budapest Working Paper series 2017/04
with Fritz Schiltz, Chiara Masci, Tommaso Agasisti 

Az érettségi védelmében [In defense of the maturity exam].

Budapest Working Paper Series 2015/1 - with Tamás Hajdú, Zoltán Hermann, Gábor Kertesi, Gábor Kézdi, János Köllő, Júlia Varga

Social Transformation and the Transition from Vocational Education to Work.

Budapest Working Paper Series IE-HAS – 2011/5
with: Clemens Noelke

Research and policy papers

A közoktatás indikátorrendszere 2017.

Varga, Júlia; Tamás Hajdu; Zoltán Hermann and Horn Dániel (2017) A közoktatás indikátorrendszere 2017. [Indicators of the Hungarian Education System] MTA KRTK KTI, Budapest, 2017

A közoktatás indikátorrendszere 2015...

Varga, Júlia; Tamás Hajdu; Zoltán Hermann and Horn Dániel (2015) A közoktatás indikátorrendszere 2015. [Indicators of the Hungarian Education System] MTA KRTK KTI, Budapest, 2015

Political and Cultural Impacts of Growing Inequalities.

GINI Intermediate Work package 5 report 
With: Herman Van de Werfhorst, István György Tóth, Márton Medgyesi, Natascha Notten, Christina Haas and Brian Burgoon