Märt does research on individual and collective employment relations and workplace health and safety. Märt has acted as an analyst, as well as a project manager, in many local and international research projects, using both quantitative and qualitative analysis methods. He also has experience in policy-shaping and implementation from working in the public sector.
Märt joined Praxis at the beginning of 2012, having previously worked at Ernst & Young Baltic as a public sector advising consultant and as an analyst at the Ministry of Social Affairs. As a labour policy expert with more than 10 years of experience, Märt has taken part in different research and analysis projects with Estonian universities and public institutions as well as with international organisations. This has given him an extensive knowledge of the topic, its policies and analysis.
Märt has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Tartu and Master’s degree in Sociology and Social Anthropology from Central European University. He started his doctorate studies in sociology at the University of Tartu in 2005. His thesis is on work relations and he has given lectures on the topic. One of Märt’s strengths is the ability to connect academic research with policy analysis.
Märt can speak English. He is interested in popular science and loves spending time outdoors.