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Policy Paper No. 75

Labour Markets in Finland and Sweden:<br> A Swedish Perspective

Labour Markets in Finland and Sweden:<br> A Swedish Perspective

Policy Paper
Referens
Skedinger, Per (2016). ”Labour Markets in Finland and Sweden:
A Swedish Perspective
”. IFN Policy Paper nr 75. Stockholm: Institutet för Näringslivsforskning.

Författare
Per Skedinger

Detta är en engelsk version av artikeln ”Työmarkkinat Suomessa ja Ruotsissa – ruotsalainen näkökulma”, publicerad i Talous & Yhteiskunta, no 2, 10–17, 2016, utgiven av Löntagarnas forskningsinstitut, Helsingfors.

Labour market institutions in Finland and Sweden have many features in common. The many similarities have inspired a joint Finnish-Swedish research project on the effects of these institutions. Finland has experienced a prolonged economic downturn and Sweden’s system of wage bargaining has been suggested as a model for Finland. Aggregate wage formation has worked well in Sweden, but relative wage formation markedly less so and the effects of local bargaining are not clear.     

Link to the article in Finnish

Per Skedinger

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