Researchers
Population Ageing researchers.

Kathrin Komp-Leukkunen, PhD, associate professor, research group leader
research: population ageing, old age, life-courses, welfare policies, economic crisis, simulations
personal homepage, recent publications

Zhen Jie Im, PhD student
research: electoral politics, political competition, welfare state, labour market dualization, economic globalization, digitalization
recent publications

Visa Rantanen, PhD student
research: labour activation policies, governmentality, global political economy, pension systems, population ageing
Recent activities

Jawaria Khan, PhD student
research: knowledge migrants, globalization, brain drain
Recent activities

Tuukka Niemi, PhD student
research: retirement age, life-courses, futures research, family policies

Teemu T. Kemppainen, postdoctoral researcher
research: aging, critical sociology, spatial analysis, unemployment, urban sociology, welfare state, well-being
recent publications

Juho Sarasma, student assistant
research interests: retirement planning, sustainability

Petteri Kolmonen, student assistant
research interests: self-employment in old age, inequality, globalization, social stratification

Visiting researchers
2018 Gijs Dekkers, PhD, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium
2017 Marcel Leppee, PhD, Institute for Healthy Ageing, Zagreb, Croatia

Former group members
Aasa Karimo, student assistant
Motoko Ishikawa, PhD student