2 edition of Computers and economic growth in Finland found in the catalog.
Computers and economic growth in Finland
by United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research in Helsinki
Written in English
|Series||WIDER working papers -- no. 148|
|Contributions||World Institute for Development Economics Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
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Get this from a library. Computers and economic growth in Finland. [Petri Niininen; World Institute for Development Economics Research.]. As can be observed in the data of Finland' nonresidential business sector, productivity has not exhibited rapid growth through investing on computer use.
This chapter looks into the economic impacts of computer technology in Finland and investigates the underlying policy issues for such large-scale efforts.
Computers and Economic Growth in Finland The effect of computer technology on Finnish economic growth in is examined to shed light into the famous productivity paradox. Using the neoclassical growth accounting framework, the contribution of computer hardware, software and labor to gross and net output growth is assessed at aggregate level.
Abstract The effect of computer technology on Finnish economic growth in is examined to shed light into the famous productivity paradox. Using the neoclassical growth accounting framework, the contribution of computer hardware, software and labor to grossCited by: The Finnish economy Growth and structural change (Bank of Finland publications.
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Studies on Finland's economic growth)Cited by: Computer and Economic Growth in Finland The effect of computer technology on Finnish economic growth in is examined to shed light into the famous productivity paradox.
Using the neoclassical growth accounting framework, the contribution of computer hardware, software and labor to gross and net output growth is assessed at aggregate level.
Over the past few decades, Finland has transitioned to a knowledge-based economy, using their resources and education as the key to economic and social development, in addition state the World Economic Forum (), along with the structural change and the transition to the information society, the entire population’s level of knowledge.
Finland’s economic boom is over and growth will slow temporarily, in step with global developments. The foundations for continued growth are, however, still in place. Monetary policy continues to be accommodative, and households’ purchasing power is growing.
Share. Finland is returning to growth supported by domestic demand. According to the Bank of Finland forecast, Finnish GDP will grow by % in Domestic demand is functioning as the engine of growth.
The economy will continue to grow by % inand by % in Indeed, Daniel Sichel, an economist at the Federal Reserve, estimates that investment in computer hardware accounted for only of the total percent average annual growth.
Growth is expected to remain resilient inthanks to the rebound in domestic demand. After slowing sharply inhousehold consumption will pick up after substantial wage increases were agreed on during sector collective bargaining at the end ofin line with the low unemployment rate (% in August ).
After stalling, business investment will also. Economy Latest Trend Ranking; Composite leading indicator (CLI) Indicator Amplitude adjusted Long-term average = Jul Finland Long-term average = Household disposable income Indicator: Net Annual growth rate (%).
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Data Source: World Bank. The economy of Finland is a highly industrialised, mixed economy with a per capita output similar to that of other western European economies such as France, Germany and the United largest sector of Finland's economy is services at percent, followed by manufacturing and refining at percent.
Primary production is percent. With respect to. of Finland (–), as Director General in the Ministry of Finance in Finland (–), and as Director General in the secretariat of the Council of Ministers in the European Union (–).
He has written articles on macroeconomic policy issues and a book on economic policies in the European Union. Industrial development and economic growth: Implications for poverty reduction and income inequality Chapter (PDF Available) January w Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Global demand for bio and circular economy solutions increases strongly. Finland is known for biobased expertise and innovative solutions. This offers companies new business opportunities and growth potential. Circular economy is not only recycling. It is a new economic model involving companies in all sectors.
In the US alone, computer and information technology jobs are expected to grow by 22% up tocreatingnew jobs. In Australia, building and running the new super-fast National Broadband Network will supp jobs annually. Naturally, the growth in different segments is uneven. Finland has a highly industrialized, largely free-market economy with per capita GDP almost as high as that of Austria and the Netherlands and slightly above that of Germany and Belgium.
The Finnish economy At the beginning of the twentieth century Finland was a poor agrarian country with a gross domestic product per capita less than half of that of the United Kingdom and the United States, world leaders at the time in this respect.
Finland has enjoyed strong economic progress over the past decades. InFinland’s students were the highest-achieving in the world, according to the Programme for International Student Assessment test administered by the Organisation for Economic Co.Trade is essential, with exports equaling almost one-third of the GDP.
This page includes: Finland GDP Growth Rate chart, historical data, forecasts and news. Data is also available for Finland GDP Annual Growth Rate, which measures growth over a full economic year.
Chart Inflation Finland (CPI).Education is a vibrant, fast paced field in economics, with diverse areas of focus, but all with critical impact on real lives. The Editors have brought .