Jeremias Nieminen

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public economics, political economy, labor economics, policy evaluation


I'm a PhD Candidate in Economics at the University of Turku. I have research interests in public economics, political economy, and labor economics.


Papers recently accepted to journals:

The Decentralization of Public Employment Services and Local Governments' Responses to Incentives (with Ohto Kanninen & Hannu Karhunen), accepted to Journal of Economic Geography

Effects of Increased Transparency on Political Divides and MP Behavior: Evidence from Televised Question Hours in the Finnish Parliament (with Janne Tukiainen & Salla Simola), accepted to Legislative Studies Quarterly

Work in progress:

Political representation and the evolution of group differences within parties: Evidence from 110 years of parliamentary speech (with Janne Tukiainen & Salla Simola). 

A century of partisanship in Finnish political speech (with Janne Tukiainen & Salla Simola). 

Labor Market Effects of Regional Exemptions from Labor Market Testing (with Sanni Kiviholma, Ohto Kanninen & Hannu Karhunen)


Teaching experince:

Lecturer, Public Economics, Fall 2023​​​​​​​

Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Microeconomic Theory, Fall 2022​​​​​​​

Teaching Assistant, Advanced Public Economics, Spring 2022

Teacher, Bachelor's thesis seminar, Fall 2020 & Fall 2021

MyTeacher for Economics (BSocSc/MSocSc) students, 9/2021 -


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