Marcus Eliason received a PhD in Economics from University of Gothenburg in 2005. Between 2006 and 2010 he stayed at IFAU as a visiting researcher and from 2011 he holds a position as a researcher. His research has mainly concerned individual and family consequences – especially health consequences – of involuntary job loss, but also how economic incentives affect human behaviour. His work has been published in refereed journals such as the Journal of Labor Economics, the Journal of Human Resources, and Social Science & Medicine.
Projects and publications at IFAU
- The effects of targeted labour market programs for job seekers with occupational disabilities
- The differential earnings and income effects of involuntary job loss on workers with disabilities
- Factors associated with occupational disability classification