I am a Postdoc at the EduQuant research unit and the Department of Sociology at the University of Copenhagen. My research focus on economics of education, and social mobility.
I received my PhD from Aalborg University Business School in 2021 and have previously been a Visiting Fellow at the Department of Social Policy, LSE (Apr-Jun, 2022) and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (2018-2019), and a visiting PhD fellow at the Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality, University of Copenhagen (Oct-Nov, 2019). I have also worked as a researcher at the Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, and as a Short Term Consultant for The World Bank.
Returns to Education and Socioeconomic Background (with Kristian Bernt Karlson)
Causal Grandparents? (with Mads Meier Jæger and Kristian Bernt Karlson)
Refugees and Intergenerational Mobility
Screening and Peer Effects in Apprenticeship Programs (with Shaun Dougherty)
Firm Innovation and Continuing Education. Eriksen J. & J. R. Holm (2021). In Globalization, New and Emerging Technologies, and Sustainable Development – The Danish Innovation System in Transition, Routledge.
The Geography of Intergenerational Mobility - Danish Evidence. Eriksen, J. & M. D. Munk (2020). Economics Letters, Vol. 189, 109024
Time-Series Cross-Section Analyser i Komparativ Politisk Økonomi. Eriksen J. & S. Etzerodt (2018). Metode og Forskningsdesign, Vol. 3.