Project Title: An Experimental Analysis of how current IP law incentivises creativity and innovation
Lead Supervisor: Sayantan Ghosal
Second Supervisor(s): Martin Kretschmer, Theodore Koutmeridis
- Behavioural and experimental economics
Jaakko Graduated from the University of Leicester with a BA Economics (First Class honours) in 2011 and an MSc Economics Degree in 2012. After his masters he taught economics and econometrics at the University of Leicester as a GTA for a year after which he went back to Finland to complete his mandatory civil service. During this time (from 2013-2014) he taught a varying range of subjects at Helsinki Business School ranging from physical education to a course in arts and culture. From September 2014 onwards he has been a PhD student at the CREATe Centre and the Adam Smith Business School, both based at the University of Glasgow.
I currently teach mirco- and marco-economics tutorials at the Adam Smith Business School.
Previously I have taught economics, Law and Economics, and Statistics at the University of Leicester and was a substitute teacher for various subjects and a full time teacher for Physical Education and Arts and Culture for a year at the Helsinki Business School.
2 x Teaching Excellence Award From the University of Glasgow
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