Work in Progress
Temporary Jobs and On-the-Job Training in Sweden – A Negative
Nexus? This work analyse the possible trade-off
between the existence of temporary jobs and on-the-job training in the
Swedish labour market during the period 1995-2000.
Transitions from Temporary to Open-Ended Jobs in Sweden
– A Gender Issue? This paper focuses on the
transition between employment states in Sweden, with special reference to
possible gender differences and labour market segmentation. We analyse four
types of temporary jobs; replacement, probation, on-call, and project jobs. We
analyse the time period 1991-1999.
Absence of Absenteeism and Overtime Work -
Signalling Factors for Temporary Workers? In this paper we use data from Statistics
Sweden to investigate if low levels of absenteeism and/or overtime work have
any impact on the transition from different types of temporary jobs to
Co-authored with Anna Meyer at the Department of Economics, Lund University.