Career and wage dynamics within and between firms [Completed]

The fields of personnel and organizational economics have started to develop and test models of the internal workings of firms, paying particular attention to careers within firms. This project takes a new approach on career and wage dynamics by using a large longitudinal linked employer-employee dataset. By adopting this approach, we make the following three […]

Labour market trajectories of the highly educated – Employment, unemployment and marginalisation [Finished]

This project resulted from an invitation for a tender by the Ministry of Employment and the Economy entitled Research on unemployment and use of employment services among the highly educated. The results of the study concern the labour market situation of the highly educated and the main changes having occurred in this respect since the […]

ETLA Predicts the Unemployment Rate with Google Searches in Europe

ETLA, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, together with 28 leading European research institutions, has constructed a tool for real-time economic forecasting called ETLAnow.

Tokkari, Minna

ETLAnow: A Model for Forecasting with Big Data – Forecasting Unemployment with Google Searches in Europe

In this report we document the ETLAnow project. ETLAnow is a model for forecasting with big data. At the moment, it predicts the unemployment rate in the EU-28 countries using Google search data. This document is subject to updates as the ETLAnow project advances.

The Role of the Largest Companies and Their Value Chains in the Economy

This report analyzes the role of the largest companies in the Finnish economy. According to the results, the ten largest companies in terms of their value added together produce 7,6 % of the Finnish GDP. In addition, these companies generate notable multiplicative effects in the economy. According to the findings, the productivity and the growth […]

Career and wage dynamics within and between firms [Completed]

The fields of personnel and organizational economics have started to develop and test models of the internal workings of firms, paying particular attention to careers within firms. This project takes a new approach on career and wage dynamics by using a large longitudinal linked employer-employee dataset. By adopting this approach, we make the following three […]

Labour market trajectories of the highly educated – Employment, unemployment and marginalisation [Finished]

This project resulted from an invitation for a tender by the Ministry of Employment and the Economy entitled Research on unemployment and use of employment services among the highly educated. The results of the study concern the labour market situation of the highly educated and the main changes having occurred in this respect since the […]

ETLA Predicts the Unemployment Rate with Google Searches in Europe

ETLA, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, together with 28 leading European research institutions, has constructed a tool for real-time economic forecasting called ETLAnow.

Tokkari, Minna

ETLAnow: A Model for Forecasting with Big Data – Forecasting Unemployment with Google Searches in Europe

In this report we document the ETLAnow project. ETLAnow is a model for forecasting with big data. At the moment, it predicts the unemployment rate in the EU-28 countries using Google search data. This document is subject to updates as the ETLAnow project advances.

The Role of the Largest Companies and Their Value Chains in the Economy

This report analyzes the role of the largest companies in the Finnish economy. According to the results, the ten largest companies in terms of their value added together produce 7,6 % of the Finnish GDP. In addition, these companies generate notable multiplicative effects in the economy. According to the findings, the productivity and the growth […]