Work packages

Young people as consumers in digital environments

 

Work package leader

Professor Terhi-Anna Wilska, University of Jyväskylä, Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy.

The study focuses on the impact of social, cultural and cognitive factors on the consumer behaviour of young adults between the ages of 18 and 25 in digital environments.

Terhi-Anna Wilska

Ph.D., Lic.Sc. (Econ.), Professor, Consortium Pl

Leader in Work Package ”Young people as consumers in digital environments”

Consumer research, digitalisation, young people, well-being, sustainability

terhi-anna.wilska@jyu.fi

+358 40 805 4201

Johanna Maksimainen

Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher

Researcher in Work Package "Young people as consumers in digital environments"

Cognitive science, digital consumption, consumer/financial behavior

johanna.maksimainen@jyu.fi

+358 40 676 2714

Jesse Tuominen

MA, Doctoral Student

Researher in Work package "Young people as consumers in digital environments"

Sociology of consumption, consumer research, social media, self-presentation

jesse.o.tuominen@jyu.fi

+358 44 537 3416

Jussi Nyrhinen

M.Sc. (econ.), Project Researcher

Researcher in Work Package "Young people as consumers in digital environments"

Marketing, digital consumption, consumer behavior, quantitative research

jussi.nyrhinen@jyu.fi

+358 40 8054459

Gintas Silinskas

Ph.D., Associate Professor, Postdoctoral Researcher

Researcher in Work Package "Young people as consumers in digital environments"

Financial literacy, digitalization, consumer behavior

gintautas.silinskas@jyu.fi

+358449757578

The factors affecting young people´s digital and financial skills inside and outside school

Work package leader

Professor Kirsti Lonka, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Educational Sciences.

From the perspectives of educational and developmental psychology, the research focuses on factors that may affect how young people learn digital and financial skills. The aim is to bridge the gap between the skills developed in school and the skills required after or outside school.

Kirsti Lonka

Ph.D., Professor

Leader in Work Package "The factors affecting young people's digital and financial skills inside and outside school"

Educational psychology, digital learning and education, psychology of learning and motivation (adults and youth), teacher education, innovative learning solutions

kirsti.lonka@helsinki.fi

+358 50 318 2181

Mette Ranta

Ph.D., Postdoctoral Researcher

Researcher in Work Package "The factors affecting young people's digital and financial skills inside and outside school"

Life course transition to adulthood, financial capability, financial well-being, positive and developmental psychology, financial stress, social relationships, quantitative methods, longitudinal research

mette.ranta@helsinki.fi

+358 41 510 3335

Milla Kruskopf

Researcher in Work Package "The factors affecting young people´s digital and financial skills inside and outside school"

Educational psychology, cognitive science, computational thinking, digital learning and education, teacher education, innovative learning solutions

milla.kruskopf@helsinki.fi

Heidi Lammassaari

Researcher in Work Package "The factors affecting young people's digital and financial skills inside and outside school"

Educational psychology, teacher education, learning environments, blended learning and education, innovative learning solutions

heidi.lammassaari@helsinki.fi

Assessing Financial Literacy – PISA and background

Work package leader

Arto Ahonen, University of Jyväskylä, Finnish Institute for Educational Research.

The study focuses on the links between the financial competence of 15-year-olds, demographic variables, attitudes and the use of technologies in relation to the levels of financial competence estimated in the PISA 2018 study.

Arto K. Ahonen

Ph.D., University researcher

Leader in Work Package "Assessing Financial Literacy - PISA and background"

National Research Director PISA 2018, 2021

arto.k.ahonen@jyu.fi

+358 40 839 4209

Kati Laine

MA, M.Sc.(Econ.), Project Researcher

Researcher in Work Package "Assessing Financial Literacy – PISA and background"

Financial literacy, PISA 2018

kati.k.laine@jyu.fi

+358 40 523 1439

Game-based approaches and digital tools in financial education

Work package leader

Professor Panu Kalmi, University of Vaasa, School of Accounting and Finance.

The research analyses how young people use digital tools to manage their finances, and how different digital tools can guide young people to identify and address factors influencing their own financial management decisions.

Panu Kalmi

Ph.D., Professor

Leader in Work Package "Game-based approaches and digital tools in financial education"

University of Vaasa, School of Accounting and Finance.

Economics, financial literacy

panu.kalmi@uwasa.fi

+358 29 449 8528

Tiina Koskelainen

D.Sc.(Econ), Postdoctoral Researcher

Researcher in a Work Package "Game-based approaches and digital tools in financial education"

computer science, design science, information systems, qualitative methods

tiina.koskelainen@uwasa.fi

+358 29 449 8419

Tero Vartiainen

Ph.D., Professor

Researcher in Work Package "Game-based approaches and digital tools in financial education"

Computer science, design science, information systems

Professor of Information Systems

tero.vartiainen@uwasa.fi

+358 29 449 8588

Olli-Pekka Ruuskanen

D.Sc(Econ.), Director of Research

Work Package "Game-based approaches and digital tools in financial education"

Financial literacy, risk management

olli-pekka.ruuskanen@ptt.fi

+358 40 641 5732

Saija Alanko

MA, M.Sc. (econ.), Project Researcher

Researcher in Work Package "Game-based approaches and digital tools in financial education"

University of Vaasa, School of Accounting and Finance

Economics, financial literacy

saija.alanko@univaasa.fi

+358 29 449 8527

Gökhan Buturak

Ph.D. (Econ.), Researcher

Researcher in Work Package "Game-based approaches and digital tools in financial education"

University of Vaasa, School of Accounting and Finance

Decision theory, behavioral economics, experimental economics, behavioral finance

gokhan.buturak@univaasa.fi

+358 29 449 8536

Communications and interaction

Communications coordinator

Eija Seppänen, Economy and youth TAT.

Responsible for managing communications and interactions between the scientific community and stakeholders.

Eija Seppänen

Communications Coordinator

M.Sc (econ.), MBA

Leader in Work Package "Communications and interaction"

young people's financial literacy, communication, co-development, media

eija.seppanen@tat.fi

+358 40 508 3645