Last summer, the EU decided on a 750 billion recovery fund to alleviate the economics bumps caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, the EU also agreed on the budget frame for the upcoming programming period (2021–2027). Finland is to receive approximately €2.33 billion from the Recovery Fund. With the help of this … Continue reading Blog: Autumn Seeding for Sustainable Growth
Welfare systems across northern Europe are in transition, in part, because the cultural changes of late capitalism rendered them unable to address individualised service needs. Created to mitigate the negative material outcomes produced by laissez faire capitalism – want, disease, ignorance, squalor and idleness – and emphasising equity-based accessibility, de-commodification and service standardisation, over time … Continue reading Blog: The ‘enabling state’: An inconsistent vintage?
Sweden (including Finland) published its first population statistics in 1755. The information was immediately declared secret by the king. The statistics clearly showed how few armed men were in the kingdom. By concealing this information, the threat that foreign countries could see how weak Sweden was in -Finland in military, economic and political terms was … Continue reading Blog: Population projections are political dynamite
Kuudes Kerros is a strategic brand design consultancy. Jarl Matti Anttila writes about starlings and organisations as a visiting writer at their blog. Find the blog entry Kottaraiset kehittivät unelmaorganisaation at www.kuudes.fi