Department of International Economics, Government and Business
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of International Economics, Governments and Business, Copenhagen Business School. I am interested in how labour market changes influence public opinion and voting behaviour through the interface of welfare policies. I did my PhD at the University of Helsinki which focused on how the threat of workplace automation influences public support for welfare policies and voting behaviour in Western Europe. I am currently part of the Work Package “Fair Working Conditions” led by Caroline de la Porte which is part of “EUSOCIALcit”, an EU Horizon programme led by the University of Amsterdam (2019-2024). In this work package, I explore how negative consequences of societal transformations such as the gig and platform economy may be regulated.
I: Social Policy & Administration, 5.5.2023
I: European Political Science Review, Vol. 15, Nr. 1, 2.2023, s. 116-135
Genève : Zenodo 2022, 88 s.
I: Journal of European Social Policy, Vol. 32, Nr. 1, 2.2022, s. 3-18
I: Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy, Vol. 37, Nr. 1, 3.2021, s. 76-91
I: Journal of European Social Policy, Vol. 31, Nr. 4, 10.2021, s. 457-472
I: Life-Histories in Finland: First Results from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe. . red. /Kathrin Komp-Leukkunen. Helsinki : Väestöliitto 2021, s. 18-29 (Population Research Institute, Working papers, Nr. E55)
I: Comparative European Politics, Vol. 19, Nr. 1, 2.2021, s. 94-116
Finland : University of Helsinki 2020, 12 s.
I: European Political Science Review, Vol. 12, Nr. 3, 8.2020, s. 327-345
I: Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging. red. /Danan Gu; Matthew E. Dupre. Cham : Springer 2019
Helsinki : University of Helsinki 2019, 15 s. (BIBU Policy brief, Nr. 5/2019)
I: Research & Politics, Vol. 6, Nr. 1, 1.2019
I: The Political Economy of Inequality and Social Integration. red. /Hyuk Yong Kwon. : Korea Economic Daily 2017, s. 89-113
: Presses de Sciences Po 2016
: The Social Policy Blog 2022
London : Journal of European Social Policy 25.10.2021
2021 - ongoing: University of Helsinki (project basis) - Conducting research (drafting of papers and empirical analyses) with projects led by Anu Kantola, Heikki Hiilamo and Hanna Wass at the University of Helsinki. It is on a project basis (remuneration amounts to about 5% to 10% of total working hours). Note: No employment contract, project basis only.
2023-2025 - LUT University (Visiting Researcher) - 1) Conduct research under behalf of LUT School of Engineering Sciences, Department of Social Sciences (3 publications over the period with LUT listed as second/third affiliation), 2) Participate in supervision of suitable doctoral candidates (as part of Committee), 3) Engage in joint research projects with other LUT faculty, 4) Give at least 1 presentation/year in the doctoral seminar at the Department of Social Sciences.