Research Professor, PhD
Research areas: social security unemployment early retirement pensions
Ongoing projects: Unemployment insurance and unemployment duration Experience rating in disability insurance
Tel. +358 295 519 427
Tomi Kyyrä is research professor in the Social security, taxation and inequality research theme. His current research focuses on the effects of various social security programmes, such as active labour market programmes, unemployment benefits and early retirement schemes. He received his PhD from the University of Helsinki in 2007. He is a Research Fellow of Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) and Docent (Adjunct Professor) of the University of Helsinki.
Kyyrä, T. (2015) Early retirement policy in the presence of competing exit pathways: Evidence from pension reforms in Finland. Economica, 82: 46-78.
Kyyrä, T., Parrotta, P. and Rosholm, M. (2013) The effect of receiving supplementary UI benefits on unemployment duration. Labour Economics, 21: 122-133.
Kyyrä, T. and Ollikainen, V. (2008) To search or not to search? The effects of UI benefit extension for the older unemployed. Journal of Public Economics, 92: 2048-2070.
Kyyrä, T. and Wilke, R. A. (2007) Reduction in the long-term unemployment of the elderly: A success story from Finland. Journal of the European Economic Association, 5: 154-182.
- Using a Kinked Policy Rule to Estimate the Effect of Experience Rating on Disability Inflow
- Long-term effects of extended unemployment benefits for older workers
- Estimating the effects of potential benefit duration without variation in the maximum duration of unemployment benefits
- The spike at benefit exhaustion in the Finnish labor market
- The effects of UI benefits on unemployment and subsequent outcomes: Evidence from a kinked benefit rule