Dr Pernilla Andersson Joona
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Organisation: Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI)
Phone: +46(0)8-16 34 47
E-Mail: pernilla.andersson.joona@sofi.su.se
Address:  
Stockholm University
106 91 Stockholm
Sweden

Description:
Pernilla Andersson Joona is an associate professor of economics at SOFI, Stockholm University. Her recent research focuses on female self-employment and on labor market integration of mmigrants. More information can be found in the CV.

Publications:
"Are mothers of young children more likely to be self-employed? The case of Sweden",  Review of Economics of the Household (2016), doi:10.1007/s11150-016-9349-6.

"Overeducation among immigrants in Sweden: incidence, wage effects and state dependence" (with Nabanita Datta Gupta and Eskil Wadensjö), IZA Journal of Migration, May 2014, 3:9.

"The Best and the Brightest or the Least Successful? Self-Employment Entry among Male Wage-earners in Sweden", (with Eskil Wadensjö), Small Business Economics, January 2013, Vol. 40, Issue 1, pp. 155-172.

"Intensive Coaching of New Immigrants: An Evaluation Based on Random Assignment", (with Lena Nekby), Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Vol. 114, Issue 2, 2012, pp. 576-600.

"Being employed by a co-national: A cul-de-sac or a short cut to the main road of the labour market", (with Eskil Wadensjö), Journal of International Migration and Integration, Vol. 13(1), 2012, pp. 99-120.

"The Native-Immigrant Income Gap among the Self-Employed in Sweden", International Migration, Vol. 49, August 2011, pp. 118-143.

"Exits from Self-Employment: Is there a Native-Immigrant Difference in Sweden?", International Migration Review, Vol. 44 (3), Fall 2010, pp. 539-559. ·

"The Employees of Native and Immigrant Self-Employed", (with Eskil Wadensjö), Research in Labor Economics, 2009, vol. 29, pp. 229-250.

"A Note on Immigrant Representation in Temporary Agency Work and Self-Employment", LABOUR, 2008, Vol. 22, pp. 495-507 (with Eskil Wadensjö)

"Happiness and Health: Well-Being among the Self-Employed", Journal of Socio-Economics, 2008, Vol. 37, pp. 213-236.

"Do the Unemployed Become Successful Entrepreneurs? A Comparison between the Unemployed, Inactive and Wage-Earners", International Journal of Manpower, 2007, Vol. 28, pp. 604-626 (with Eskil Wadensjö).

"The Low Incomes of Self-Employed Immigrants in Denmark and Sweden", Brussels Economic Review, Vol. 47, pp. 617-639, 2005, (with Eskil Wadensjö).

Working Papers:
"Etableringsreformens effekter på de nyanländas integration", SULCIS rapport 2016:2 (with Marianne Sundström and Alma Wennemo Lanninger).

"Improving the Integration of Refugees: An Early Evaluation of a Swedish Reform", IZA Discussion Paper No. 9496 November 2015 (with Marianne Sundström and Alma Wennemo Lanninger).

"A Price for Flexibility? The temp agency wage gap in Sweden 1998-2008", (with Eskil Wadensjö), IZA Discussion Paper No. 6587.

"A Gender Perspective on Self-Employment Entry and Performance as Self-Employed", IZA Discussion Paper No. 3581, July 2008, May 2012 (with Eskil Wadensjö).

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Contracts (1)
 
Female self-employment from a life cycle perspective: childbearing, housework and the growth and survival of firms
Period: 1/1/12 - 12/31/14
Egenföretagande innebär ofta mer flexibilitet än vad en anställning gör när det gäller möjligheten att kombinera förvärvs- och hemarbete. Detta brukar nämnas som en faktor som gör det speciellt attraktivt för kvinnor med små barn att bli egenföretagare. Internationella studier stödjer hypotesen om ...