• Dr. Sakari Saaritsa (Helsinki) joins HHB Researchers

    March 13, 2015

    Sakari Saaritsa is an economic and social historian working on topics related to development, poverty, welfare and human capital. His research interests include social inequality, private and public investments into health and education, intrahousehold resource allocation, historical indicators of well-being and human development, relationships between economic growth and human resources development, interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral dialogue between development policy, development economics and development history, labour history, and relevant research methods and sources, such as microeconometrics, demographics, anthropometrics, household budgets and oral histories.

    Sakari is currently working on the Academy of Finland research project "Counteracting Amnesia in Development: Studies from the Periphery", directed by Juhani Koponen (University of Helsinki).

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