Selected publications

(with Jed DeVaro & Nelli Valmari) ”Internal and External Hiring”, ILR Review, forthcoming.

(with Emre Ekinci & Michael Waldman) “Bonuses and Promotion Tournaments: Theory and Evidence”, Economic Journal, forthcoming.

(with Mika Maliranta) “The Roles of Job and Worker Restructuring in Aggregate Wage Growth Dynamics”, Review of Income and Wealth, 2019, 65(1): 99-118.

Antti Kauhanen “Gender Differences in Corporate Hierarchies”, IZA World of Labor. 2017

(with Jed DeVaro) “An "Opposing Responses" Test of Classic Versus Market-Based Promotion Tournaments”, Journal of Labor Economics, 2016, 34(3): 747-779.

(with Hugh Cassidy & Jed DeVaro) “Promotion Signaling, Gender, and Turnover: New Theory and Evidence”, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2016, 216 (Part A): 140-166.

(with Sami Napari) ”Gender Differences in Careers”, Annals of Economics and Statistics, 117/118, JANUARY/JUNE 2015, 61-88.

(with Sami Napari) “Career and Wage Dynamics: Evidence from Linked-Employer Employee Data”, Research in Labor Economics, 2012, 36: 35-76.

(with Sami Napari) “Performance Measurement and Incentive Plans”, Industrial Relations, 2012, 51(3): 645-669.

(with Derek C. Jones, Panu Kalmi) The Effects of General and Firm-Specific Training on Wages and Performance: Evidence from Banking”, Oxford Economic Papers, 2012, 64(1): 151-175.

(with Derek C. Jones, Panu Kalmi) “Teams, Performance-Related Pay and Productive Efficiency: Evidence from a Food-Processing Plant”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 63(4): 606-626.

(with Derek C. Jones, Panu Kalmi) How does Employee Involvement Stack Up? The Effects of Human Resource Management Policies on Performance in a Retail Firm, Industrial Relations, 2010, 49(1): 1-21.

Antti Kauhanen: “The Incidence of High-Performance Work Systems: Evidence from a Nationally Representative Employee Survey”, 2009, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 30 (3): 454-480.

(with Panu Kalmi) Workplace Innovations and Employee Outcomes: Evidence from Finland, 2008, Industrial Relations, 47(3): 430-459.