Petri Böckerman

Senior Economist

Petri Böckerman

PhD (economics), MSc (geography)

Tel. +358-9-2535 7360
Tel. +358-400-913 189
E-mail: Forename.Surname@labour.fi

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Main fields

Labour economics

 

Publications in the instutute’s own series

Studies

  • 106 – ASPLUND RITA and BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Palkkaerot Suomessa. Yksityisen sektorin palkkojen rakenteen ja kehityksen tarkastelu, 2008.
  • 99 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, HÄMÄLÄINEN ULLA and UUSITALO ROOPE: Vastasiko ammattikorkeakoulu-uudistus työelämän tarpeita?, 2006.
  • 81 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Työpaikkojen ja työntekijöiden vaihtuvuus Suomessa: Alueellinen näkökulma, 2001.
  • 80 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: A Study on Gross Job Flows of SMEs in Finland: The Importance of Employees’ Characteristics, 2001.

Working Papers

  • 315 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and ILMAKUNNAS PEKKA:  Do good working conditions make you work longer? Evidence on retirement decisions using linked survey and register data, 2017.
  • 313 – MACZULSKIJ TERHI and BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Harsh times: Do stressors lead to labor market losses?, 2017.
  • 310 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, BRYSON ALEX, KAUHANEN ANTTI and KANGASNIEMI MARI: Does Job Support Make Workers Happy?, 2017.
  • 303 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, LAAKSONEN SEPPO and VAINIOMÄKI JARI: Are jobs more polirized in ICT firms?, 2016.
  • 302 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, SKEDINGER PER and UUSITALO ROOPE: Seniority rules, worker mobility and wages: Evidence from multi-country linked employer-employee data, 2015.
  • 297 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, KANNINEN OHTO and SUONIEMI ILPO: A Kink that Makes You Sick: the Effect of Sick Pay on Absence in a Social Insurance System, 2015.
  • 294 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, ILMAKUNNAS PEKKA and VAINIOMÄKI JARI: Using twins to resolve the twin problem of having a bad job and a low wage, 2014.
  • 292 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, KANNINEN OHTO and SUONIEMI ILPO: A Kink that Makes You Sick: The Incentive Effect of Sick Pay on Absence, 2014.
  • 287 – HAAPANEN MIKA and BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Does higher education enhance migration?, 2013.
  • 280 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and VAINIOMÄKI JARI: Stature and life-time labor market outcomes: Accounting for unobserved differences, 2012.
  • 277 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and MALIRANTA MIKA: Outsourcing, Occupational Restructuring, and Employee Well-being – Is There a Silver Lining?, 2012.
  • 270 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and HAAPANEN MIKA: The effect of polytechnic reform on migration, 2011.
  • 262 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, ILMAKUNNAS PEKKA and JOHANSSON EDVARD: Job security and employee well-being: Evidence from matched survey and register data, 2010.
  • 257 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Top income shares and mortality: Evidence from advanced countries, 2010.
  • 255 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, JOHANSSON EDVARD and KAUHANEN ANTTI: Innovative Work Practices and Sickness Absence: What Does a Nationally Representative Employee Survey Tell?, 2009.
  • 253 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and LAUKKANEN ERKKI: Predictors of sickness absence and presenteeism: Does the pattern differ by a respondent’s health?, 2009.
  • 252 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and RIIHIMÄKI ELISA: International outsourcing and labour demand: Evidence from Finnish firm-level data, 2009.
  • 247 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and MALIRANTA MIKA: Globalization, creative destruction, and labor share change: Evidence on the determinants and mechanisms from longitudinal plant-level data, 2009.
  • 245 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, ILMAKUNNAS PEKKA, JOKISAARI MARKKU and VUORI JUKKA: Who stay unwillingly in a job? A study based on a representative random sample of employees, 2008.
  • 244 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and LAUKKANEN ERKKI: What makes you work while you are sick? Evidence from a survey of union members, 2008.
  • 243 – LEHTO EERO, BÖCKERMAN PETRI and HUOVARI JANNE: The return to the technological frontier: The conditional effects of plants’ R&D on their productivity in Finnish manufacturing, 2008.
  • 238 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and UUSITALO ROOPE: Minimum wages and youth employment: Evidence from the Finnish retail trade sector, 2007.
  • 233 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, HÄMÄLÄINEN ULLA and UUSITALO ROOPE: Labour Market Effects of Polytechnic Education Reform: The Finnish Experience, 2007.
  • 227 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and ILMAKUNNAS PEKKA: Unemployment and self-assessed health: Evidence from panel data, 2007.
  • 224 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and ILMAKUNNAS PEKKA: Interaction of Job Disamenities, Job Satisfaction, and Sickness Absences: Evidence From a Representative Sample of Finnish Workers, 2006.
  • 221 – LEHTO EERO and BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Enemy of Labour? Analysing the Employment Effects of Mergers and Acquisitions, 2006.
  • 219 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, LAAKSONEN SEPPO and VAINIOMÄKI JARI: Micro-level evidence on wage rigidities in Finland, 2006.
  • 217 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Too Much, Too Soon? Polytechnic Graduate Placement in Finnish Manufacturing, 2006.
  • 213 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and UUSITALO ROOPE: Union Membership and the Erosion of the Ghent System: Lessons from Finland, 2005.
  • 210 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and ILMAKUNNAS PEKKA: Elusive Effects of Unemployment on Happiness, 2004.
  • 208 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and ILMAKUNNAS PEKKA: Job Disamenities, Job Satisfaction and on-the-Job Search: Is There a Nexus?, 2004.
  • 203 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and ILMAKUNNAS PEKKA: Do Job Disamenities Raise Wages or Ruin Job Satisfaction?, 2004.
  • 201 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Does Labour Market Reorganization Reduce Unemployment?, 2004.
  • 198 – LEHTO EERO and BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Yrityskaupat Suomessa: Onko maantieteellä väliä?, 2004.
  • 196 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and JÄNTTI MARKUS: Is Variation in Hours of Work Driven by Supply or Demand? Evidence from Finnish Manufacturing Industries, 2004.
  • 193 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Arvopaperimarkkinat suomalaisen palkansaajan näkökulmasta, 2004.
  • 191 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, LAAKSONEN SEPPO and VAINIOMÄKI JARI: Who Bear the Burden of Wage Cuts? Evidence from Finland during the 1990s, 2003.
  • 190 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and LEHTO EERO: Does Geography Play a Role in Takeovers?, 2003.
  • 189 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Working Hours and Labour Market Flows, 2003.
  • 186 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and MALIRANTA MIKA: The Micro-level Sources of Regional Productivity Growth in Finland, 2002.
  • 184 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Perception of Job Instability in Europe, 2002.
  • 180 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and LEHTO EERO: Alueellisen kehityksen tasapainottaminen: ristiinsubventio edistää tasa-arvoa, 2002.
  • 178 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, HÄMÄLÄINEN KARI and MALIRANTA MIKA: Sources of Job and Worker Flows: Evidence from a Panel of Regions, 2002.
  • 171 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Unravelling the Mystery of Regional Unemployment in Finland, 2001.
  • 170 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Overtime in Finland, 2001.
  • 168 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Elinkeinorakenteen muutos – näkökulma 1990-luvun murrokseen, 2000.
  • 167 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Schumpeter ja ”luova tuho”, 2000.
  • 164 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Suomen työttömyys – alueellinen näkökulma, 2000.
  • 163 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: A Selective Survey to the Literature on Job Creation and Destruction, 1999.
  • 162 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: The Service Sector in Finland: A Nordic Lilliputian, 1999.
  • 157 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and KIANDER JAAKKO: Determination of Average Working Time in Finland, 1999.
  • 153 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and RIIHIMÄKI ELISA: Työn tarjonta ja työttömyys alue-ennusteessa, 1999.
  • 150 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Asuntokysyntä Suomessa. Poikkileikkaustarkastelu käyttäen varallisuustutkimusta 1994, 1999.
  • 149 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Asuntomarkkinoiden toiminta ja työmarkkinoiden sopeutuminen, 1998.
  • 148 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and KIANDER JAAKKO: Has Work-sharing Worked in Finland?, 1998.
  • 146 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI and KIANDER JAAKKO: Työllisyys Suomessa 1960–1996, 1998.
  • 145 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Työn jakaminen ja työllisyys, 1998.
  • 142 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Regional Evolutions in Finland, 1998.
  • 136 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Ansiotyösidonnainen tukijärjestelmä Suomen kannalta, 1997.
  • 131 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Työsopimukset, organisaatiorakenne ja tuottavuus, 1996.
  • 130 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Ansiotyösidonnaisista tukijärjestelmistä saadut kansainväliset kokemukset, 1996.
  • 128 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI: Tanskan pitkäaikaistyöttömyys ja sen hoitokeinot, 1996.

Reports

  • 34 – BÖCKERMAN PETRI, KOSONEN TUOMAS, MACZULSKIJ TERHI and KERÄNEN HENRI: Job Market (In)Flexibility, Helsinki 2017.

 

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