I am an academic economist and Postdoc at the UDDanKvant research unit and the Department of Sociology at the University of Copenhagen. My research focus on on topics in labor economics, economics of education, and social mobility. I received my PhD from Aalborg University Business School and has been a Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government in the academic year 2018-2019, and a Visiting PhD Fellow at CEBI, University of Copenhagen, in the Fall of 2019. I have also worked as a Short Term Consultant for The World Bank.
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.