Stockholm University
Department of Economics
SE-106 91 Stockholm Sweden

peter.thoursie@ne.su.se

Peter Skogman Thoursie is Professor at the Department of Economics, Stockholm University. His research deals primarily with empirical labour economics.

 

Research interests

  • Labour economics, Family economics, Economics of social insurance, Applied econometrics

Teaching

  • 2017: Empirical Methods 2, Undergraduate Level
  • 2017: Econometrics I, Master Level
  • 2017: Applied Empirical Economics I, Ph. D Program

Working papers

  • "The Career Dynamics of High-Skilled Women and Men: Evidence from Sweden." (with James Albrecht, Mary Ann Bronson and Susan Vroman), 2017, Revise European Economic review
  • "The Role of Cultural Transmission and Socialization in Fertility Choices: Evidence from a Policy Experiment," (with Per Pettersson-Lidbom), 2017, Submitted to Journal
  • “Is Supported Employment Effective for Young Disability Pensioners? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment,” (with Mattias Fogelegren, Petra Ornstein, Magnus Rödin), 2017, Manuscript available soon
  • “The Lifecycle Wage Growth of Men and Women: Explaining Gender Differences in Wage Trajectories,” (with Mary Ann Bronson), 2017, Manuscript available soon

Publications

  • Olsson M and Skogman Thoursie P (2015) "Sickness Insurance and Spousal Labour Supply," Labour Economics, 33, 41-54.
  • Albrecht J, Skogman Thoursie P and Vroman S (2015) "Parental Leave and the Glass Ceiling in Sweden," Research in Labor Economics, 41, 89-114.
  • Nekby L, Skogman Thoursie P and Vahtrik L (2015) "Gender Differences in Examination Behavior," Economic Inquiry, 53, 352-364.
  • Laun L and Skogman Thoursie P (2014) "Does Privatization of Vocational Rehabilitation Improve Labour Market Opportunities? Evidence from a Field Experiment in Sweden," Journal of Health Economics, 34, 59-72.
  • von Below D and Skogman Thoursie P (2010) "Last in, first out? Estimating the effect of seniority rules in Sweden," Labour Economics, 17, 987-997.
  • Arai M and Skogman Thoursie P (2009) "Renouncing Personal Names: An Empirical Examination of Surname Changes and Earnings," Journal of Labor Economics, 27, 127-147.
  • Skogman Thoursie P (2007) "Happy Birthday! You Are Insured! Gender Differences in Work Ethics," Economics Letters, 94, 141-145.
  • Agell J, Ohlsson H and Skogman Thoursie P (2005) "Growth Effects of Government Expenditure and Taxation in Rich Countries: A comment," European Economic Review, 211-218.
  • Arai M and Skogman Thoursie P (2005) "Incentives and Selection in Cyclical Absenteeism," Labour Economics, 12, 269-280.
  • Arai M and Skogman Thoursie P (2004) "Sickness absence: Worker and establishment effects," Swedish Economic Policy Review, 11, 9-28.
  • Arai M, Kinnwall M and Skogman Thoursie P (2004) "Cyclical and Causal Patterns of Inflation and GDP Growth," Applied Economics, 36, 1705-1715.

Other publications

  • Skogman Thoursie P (2014), "Comment on Skedinger: Effects of payroll tax cuts for young workers," Nordic Economic Policy review, 1, 171-176.
  • Nekby L and Skogman Thoursie P (2011) "The Economics of Gender," i 21st Century Economics: A Reference Handbook. SAGE publications.
  • Lidwall U, Marklund S and Skogman Thoursie P (2005) "Sickness absence in Sweden", in Gustavsson, R (ed.), Work Life and Health in Sweden 2005. National Institute for Working Life, Stockholm.
  • Lidwall U, Marklund S and Skogman Thoursie P (2005) "Trends in new disability pensions", in Gustavsson, R (ed.), Work Life and Health in Sweden 2005. National Institute for Working Life, Stockholm.

Reports in Swedish

  • Fogelgren M, Ornstein P, Rödin M och Skogman Thoursie P (2017) "Effektutvärdering av insatser för unga med aktivitetsersättning," Socialförsäkringsrapport 2017:5, Försäkringskassan.
  • Albrecht J, Skogman Thoursie P och Vroman S (2015) “Glastaket och föräldraförsäkringen i Sverige,” Rapport 2015:1. IFAU
  • Laun L och Skogman Thoursie P (2013) “Kan privatisering av arbetslivsinriktad rehabilitering öka återgång i arbete?,” Ekonomisk Debatt, nr 3.
  • Lindahl E, Karimi A och Skogman Thoursie P (2012) “Effekter av föräldrapenning på arbetsutbud,” Rapport 2012:22 IFAU
  • Skogman Thoursie P (2012) "Ekonomiska incitament inom arbetslöshets- och sjukförsäkringarna", Parlamentariska socialförsäkringsutredningen. Statens offentliga utredningar, 2012.
  • Laun L and Skogman Thoursie P (2012) "Kan privatisering av arbetslivsinriktad rehabilitering öka återgång i arbete?," Rapport 2012:2. IFAU.
  • Skogman Thoursie P (2011) "Ekonomiska incitament inom sjukförsäkringen", i Mellan arbete och Sjukdom, Rapport från forskarseminariet i Umeå 19-20 januari 2011. Försäkringskassan, 2011.
  • Hägglund P and Skogman Thoursie P (2010) "De senaste reformerna inom sjukförsäkringen: En diskussion om deras förväntade effekter", Rapport till Finanspolitiska rådet, 2010/5.
  • Skogman Thoursie P (2009) "Gjorde undantagsregeln skillnad?," Ekonomisk Debatt, nr 5.
  • Pettersson-Lidbom P and Skogman Thoursie P (2009) "Kan täta födelseintervaller mellan syskon försämra deras chanser till utbildning?", Rapport 2009:5, IFAU
  • von Below D and Skogman Thoursie P (2008) "Sist in först ut? En utvärdering av undantagsregeln", Rapport 2008:26, IFAU.
  • Arai M, Schröder L, Thoursie A and Skogman Thoursie P (2006) "Måste alla heta Svensson? En empirisk studie av namnbyten och inkomster", LO.
  • Bergendorff S and Skogman Thoursie P (2003) "Utblick Europa: Är Sverige unikt?", Fakta & Debatt, Nr 1:2003, Försäkringskasseförbundet.