A tale of two trade-offs: Effects of opening pathways from vocational to higher education (with Ollikainen, J.), Economics Letters, 2021, vol.205. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2021.109945).
Determinants of prescription opioid use: Population-based evidence from Finland (with Böckerman, P., Haapanen, M., Hakulinen, C., & Maczulskij, T.), Addiction, 2020, vol. 116 (1): 170-175. (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/add.15071)
The intergenerational effects of parental higher education: Evidence from changes in university accessibility (with T. Suhonen), Journal of Public Economics, 2019, 176: 195-217. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpubeco.2019.07.001)
R&D subsidies and productivity in SMEs (with J. Huovari), Small business economics, 2015, 45(4): 805-823. (https://doi.org/10.1007/s11187-015-9658-9)BOOK CHAPTERS
Haapanen, M. and Karhunen, H. (2017). Working while in a university: Does it mean greater attachment to the regional labour market? “Where do smart people go? Graduate migration and regional development: an international perspective”, Edward Elgar in the New Horizons in Regional Science Series. (eds. by Jonathan Corcoran & Alessandra Faggian).WORKING PAPERS AND REPORTS
Modeling Family Leave Policies. Publications of the Government´s analysis, assessment and research activities. 2020:20. (with Carnicell, L., Kanninen, O., Kosonen, T., & Ravaska, T.).
The long shadow of high stakes exams: Evidence from discontinuities. LIER Working paper 329, 2019 (with Artturi, B.) (available from: http://www.labour.fi/?wpfb_dl=4910)
The Intergenerational Effects of Parental Higher Education: Evidence from Changes in University Accessibility, 2017. (with Suhonen)
(available from: http://www.doria.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/148937/wp100.pdf)
Opintotukijärjestelmän uudistaminen – rakenteelliseen malliin perustuvia vaikutuslaskelmia. ETLA Raportit No 59, 2016 (with Määttänen, N. ja Uusitalo, R.) (available from: https://pub.etla.fi/ETLA-Raportit-Reports-59.pdf).
Impact of Tekes activities on productivity and renewal (Final Report). Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation 2013 – TEKES. (with Viljamaa, K., Piirainen, K., Kotiranta, A., Huovari, J.)
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