Otto Kässi is a labour economist with a background in econometrics. His research concentrates on empirical study of online labour markets.
Otto is working in the ERC funded project iLabour: The Construction of Labour Markets, Institutions and Movements on the Internet at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford. The project examines online labour markets that form part of the so-called “sharing economy”, examining their social and policy implications.
His work includes collecting data from online labour markets and analysing it with statistical and econometric methods.
Otto earned both Master’s and Doctoral Degrees from the University of Helsinki. His studies concentrated on labour economics with a particular emphasis in econometric and statistical methods.