Senior LecturerDepartment of Sociology and Work
About Robin Jonsson
Background Robin Jonsson obtained his magister in statistics and a MA in sociology at the University of Gothenburg. Since January 2016 Robin is a doctoral student in Work Science.
Research interests Labor market, working conditions and health Welfare and living conditions Applied statistical methods
Current Research Robin’s thesis is carried out within the interdisciplinary project "Möjliggöra deltagande, hälsa och välbefinnande hos äldre anställda - för ett hållbart och inkluderande arbetsliv”.
Collaborations Institution of Sociology and Work Science Institute of Stress medicine (ISM). National Graduate School On Ageing And Health (SWEAH).
System and Life-Course Perspectives on Capability to Work and Capability Through
ARBETE OCH PENSIONERING - Uppfattningar bland medarbetare I Göteborgs
Matching the Pieces: The Presence of Idiosyncratic Deals and Their Impact on Retirement Preferences Among Older
Retaining the Aging Workforce: Studies of the interplay between individual and organizational capability in the context of prolonged working
Matching the pieces: The presence of idiosyncratic deals and their impact on retirement preferences among older
ARBETE OCH PENSIONERING.
Uppfattningar bland medarbetare i Göteborgs
Organizational Hindrances to the Retention of Older Healthcare
Robin Jonsson, Lisa Björk, Agneta Lindegård Andersson, Kerstin Nilsson
Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies - 2020-01-01
Work despite poor health? A 14-year follow-up of how individual work accommodations are extending the time to retirement for workers with poor health
Does unbalanced gender composition in the workplace influence the association between psychosocial working conditions and sickness