Tomi Kyyrä
Research Fellow

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Kyyrä Tomi Kyyrä is Research Professor at the Government Institute for Economic Research in Helsinki. He received his PhD from the University of Helsinki in 2007. His current research focuses on quality and measurement issues in administrative and survey data, and on the effects of various social security programs, such as active labor market programs, unemployment compensation and early retirement schemes.

He joined IZA as a Research Fellow in May 2012.
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IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
10839  Tomi Kyyrä
Hanna Pesola
Long-Term Effects of Extended Unemployment Benefits for Older Workers
10799  Tomi Kyyrä
Hanna Pesola
Estimating the Effects of Potential Benefit Duration without Variation in the Maximum Duration of Unemployment Benefits
10798  Tomi Kyyrä
Hanna Pesola
Jouko Kullervo Verho
The Spike at Benefit Exhaustion in the Finnish Labor Market
10770  Tomi Kyyrä
José María Arranz
Carlos García-Serrano
Does Part-Time Work Help Unemployed Workers to Find Full-Time Work? Evidence from Spain
10484  Tomi Kyyrä
Hanna Pesola
The Effects of UI Benefits on Unemployment and Subsequent Outcomes: Evidence from a Kinked Benefit Rule
7344  Tomi Kyyrä
Juha Tuomala
Does Experience Rating Reduce Disability Inflow?
3920  Tomi Kyyrä
Pierpaolo Parrotta
Michael Rosholm
The Effect of Receiving Supplementary UI Benefits on Unemployment Duration
(published in: Labour Economics, 2013, 21, 122-133)