at Aalto University.
What used to be known as the Helsinki School of Economics (HSE) became, due to a merger of universities, The Aalto University School of Economics on January 1, 2010. It was renamed The Aalto University School of Business on August 1, 2012.
Is Economics a House Divided? Analysis of Citation Networks (2014).
With Ali Sina Önder.
Economic Inquiry, 2015, 34(3), p. 1491-1505. [doi] [data]
Income Distribution and Housing Prices: An Assignment Model Approach.
With Niku Määttänen.
Journal of Economic Theory, 2014, 151, p. 381-410. [doi]
An early version used data from Helsinki instead of the U.S.
Exit Options and Dividend Policy under Liquidity Constraints.
With Pauli Murto.
International Economic Review, 2014, 55(1), p.197-221. [doi]
Matlab programs (zip).
Divisions Within Academia: Evidence from Faculty Hiring and Placement.
Review of Economics and Statistics, 2011, 93(3), p. 1053–1062. [doi]
Hiring/Placement matrix for economics in 2004: HiringMatrix.csv.
All data files and programs (zip).
Superstars and Mediocrities: Market Failure in the Discovery of Talent.
Review of Economic Studies, 2009, 76(2), p. 829-850. [jstor, doi]
An earlier version circulated under the title “Mediocrity in Talent Markets.”
Web appendix: Model with gradual learning.
Superstars and Mediocrities - a simple example + director's cut of "Applications."
Talk on Uncertain Superstars (28 mins)
The Difference that CEOs Make: An Assignment Model Approach
American Economic Review, 2008, 98(3), p. 642-668. [jstor, doi]
Does Trade Raise Income? Evidence from the Twentieth Century.
With Douglas A. Irwin.
Journal of International Economics, 2002, 58(1), p. 1-18. [doi]
The data is available upon request.