The Global Economy and Finland
Valtion taloudellinen tutkimuskeskus VATT
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Julkaisun pysyvä osoite on
The framework for Finland's growth policy has changed. The Economic and Monetary Union, increasing instability of international financial markets and dominant role of multinational companies limit the possibilities for public intervention. How can the public sector promote growth in a globalising economy? Growth must be based more and more on increasing productivity by innovative activity and technological development. This is alleviated by participation off new regions and states in industrial competition, Eastern Europe and Asia in particular. These issues are the focus of this report, The Global Economy and Finland. It was originally published in Finnish by the Government Institute for Economic Research and the National Fund for Research and Development in February 1994.
Economic growth, Taloudellinen kasvu, Macroeconomic policy, Talouspolitiikka, Taxation and Social Transfers, Julkisen talouden rahoitus ja tulonsiirrot
E000 - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics: General, F020 - International Economic Order; Noneconomic International Organizations; Economic Integration and Globalization: General, O300 - Technological Change; Research and Development: General, Q500 - Environmental Economics: General
global economy, growth, innovation, globalisation, Finland