A Franco-Russian Seminar on monetary and financial problems of the development of Russia was held in Sochi, from 19 to 22 January 2015. It is the longest lasting institution for scientific cooperation between Russia and France, and this meeting was… Read More ›
During a recent meeting in January, National Coalition Party leader Alexander Stubb, Social Democratic Party leader Antti Rinne, Center Party leader Juha Sipilä and Finns Party leader Timo Soini arrived to a consensus on the need to cut back public… Read More ›
This article, written by Thomas Piketty, French economist who works on wealth and income inequality, has been first published by the French newspaper Liberation. It has been translated, and reproduced here with his personal authorisation to Finland Politics. Thomas Piketty… Read More ›
The Greek election is behind us, but the problem is in front of us: the opponents to austerity took the power Monday in Greece, under the leadership of the new radical left Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. He is now allied… Read More ›
Will M. Stubb’s government decide to ask subsidies for Finland from the (dubious) European Fund for Strategic Investments?
There seems to be some hesitations and change of mind in the Finnish government when it comes to decide if Finland will ask or not to benefit from the European Fund for Strategic Investments. A clever, but possibly inefficient financial… Read More ›
Some days ago, a study published by Maria Ohisalo (photo) with Pr Juho Saari from the University of Eastern Finland was analysing the development of bread queues in the country. There are today around 20 000 people using this service… Read More ›