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Innovative growth : the role of market power and negative selection
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-09-08)
This paper relies on register-based statistical data from Finland to measure broad research and development (R&D), organizational capital (OC) and information and communication technology (ICT) investments as innovation ...
Complementarities between employee involvement and financial participation : Do institutional context, differing measures, and empirical methods matter?
(SAGE Publishing, 2016-07-08)
While most studies on complementarities are for the US and the UK, liberal market economies, we investigate whether productivity is greater if firms use employee involvement (EI) in decision-making and financial participation ...
Credit Unions and Co-operative Banks Across the World
(Oxford University Press, 2017-11-01)
The national cases of co-operative banking will be considered by pattern: credit unions (as in the UK and the US), decentralized networks (as in Germany, Italy, and Austria), and centralized networks (as in France, the ...
Financial literacy and retirement planning in Finland
(Cambridge University Press, 2018-07-18)
This paper presents the results from the first study of financial literacy in Finland and explores the relationship between financial literacy and retirement planning in Finland. Finland is an interesting case because ...
Internationalization via export growth and specialization in Finnish regions
(Cogent OA, an imprint of Taylor & Francis, 2018-08-24)
Finnish regions increased their exports in special industries from 1999 to 2013. This internationalization of industries in regions is measured by the adjusted Balassa’s revealed comparative advantage index. It has been ...
The Effects of Financial Education : Evidence from Finnish Lower Secondary Schools
We study the effects of a peer-to-peer learning environment designed for lower secondary schools that provides financial education using games, videos and other materials provided online. We exploit a quasi-experimental ...
Choice overload and asymmetric regret
We propose a model of “choice overload,” which refers to a stronger tendency to select the default option in larger choice problems. Our main finding is a behavioral characterization of an asymmetric regret representation ...
The differing effects of individual and group incentive pay on worker separation : evidence using Finnish panel data
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-11-23)
We investigate the role of individual incentive (II) and group incentive (GI) pay as determinants of worker separation using a large panel data set from Finland during 1997–2006. For white-collar workers, GI pay is associated ...
Kohti tiiviimpää vuorovaikutusta koulujen taloustiedon opetuksen ja taloustieteen välillä
(Taloustieteellinen Yhdistys, 2019-12-10)
Tässä artikkelissa käsitellemme yliopiston taloustieteen opetuksen näkökulmasta sitä, miten taloustietoa tulisi mielestämme opettaa suomalaisessa koulujärjestelmässä. Vertailemme suomalaisia oppikirjoja ja valtakunnallista ...
The business model of social banks
Based on an extensive literature review, this paper proposes to define social banks (SBs) as social enterprises that run banking activities with the social mission of supplying credit to other social enterprises, which are ...