Petri Bockerman
Petri Bockerman
Professor, Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics
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The job satisfaction-productivity nexus: A study using matched survey and register data
P Böckerman, P Ilmakunnas
Ilr Review 65 (2), 244-262, 2012
Unemployment and self‐assessed health: evidence from panel data
P Böckerman, P Ilmakunnas
Health economics 18 (2), 161-179, 2009
Does high involvement management improve worker wellbeing?
P Böckerman, A Bryson, P Ilmakunnas
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 84 (2), 660-680, 2012
What makes you work while you are sick? Evidence from a survey of workers
P Böckerman, E Laukkanen
European Journal of Public Health 20 (1), 43-46, 2010
Job disamenities, job satisfaction, quit intentions, and actual separations: Putting the pieces together
P Böckerman, P Ilmakunnas
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 48 (1), 73-96, 2009
Interaction of working conditions, job satisfaction, and sickness absences: evidence from a representative sample of employees
P Böckerman, P Ilmakunnas
Social science & medicine 67 (4), 520-528, 2008
Obesity and labour market success in Finland: The difference between having a high BMI and being fat
E Johansson, P Böckerman, U Kiiskinen, M Heliövaara
Economics & Human Biology 7 (1), 36-45, 2009
Perception of job instability in Europe
P Böckerman
Social Indicators Research 67, 283-314, 2004
Analysing the employment effects of mergers and acquisitions
E Lehto, P Böckerman
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 68 (1), 112-124, 2008
Job security and employee well-being: Evidence from matched survey and register data
P Böckerman, P Ilmakunnas, E Johansson
Labour Economics 18 (4), 547-554, 2011
Erosion of the Ghent system and union membership decline: Lessons from Finland
P Böckerman, R Uusitalo
British Journal of Industrial Relations 44 (2), 283-303, 2006
Do job disamenities raise wages or ruin job satisfaction?
P Böckerman, P Ilmakunnas
International Journal of Manpower 27 (3), 290-302, 2006
Mental disorders and long‐term labour market outcomes: nationwide cohort study of 2 055 720 individuals
C Hakulinen, M Elovainio, M Arffman, S Lumme, S Pirkola, I Keskimäki, ...
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 140 (4), 371-381, 2019
Predictors of sickness absence and presenteeism: does the pattern differ by a respondent's health?
P Böckerman, E Laukkanen
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 52 (3), 332-335, 2010
Born entrepreneurs? Adolescents’ personality characteristics and entrepreneurship in adulthood
J Viinikainen, G Heineck, P Böckerman, M Hintsanen, O Raitakari, ...
Journal of Business Venturing Insights 8, 9-12, 2017
Globalization, creative destruction, and labour share change: evidence on the determinants and mechanisms from longitudinal plant-level data
P Böckerman, M Maliranta
Oxford Economic Papers 64 (2), 259-280, 2012
Regional labor market dynamics, housing, and migration
K Hämäläinen, P Böckerman
Journal of regional science 44 (3), 543-568, 2004
Elusive effects of unemployment on happiness
P Böckerman, P Ilmakunnas
Social Indicators Research 79, 159-169, 2006
The effect of weight on labor market outcomes: An application of genetic instrumental variables
P Böckerman, J Cawley, J Viinikainen, T Lehtimäki, S Rovio, I Seppälä, ...
Health economics 28 (1), 65-77, 2019
Alcohol-related mortality, drinking behavior, and business cycles: are slumps really dry seasons?
E Johansson, P Böckerman, R Prättälä, A Uutela
The European Journal of Health Economics 7, 212-217, 2006
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