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  • Mikko Kosonen, Paula Laine, Jukka Noponen, Eeva Hellström, Matti Aistrich, Martti Hetemäki +11 others
  • 2014
The socioeconomic model of industrialised societies is quickly becoming unsustainable economically, socially and ecologically , as well as in terms of individual well-being. Moreover, there are various rigidities which make structural adaptation difficult. This discussion paper is an attempt to lay out a path toward a more sustainable society. It introduces(More)
The neighbouring countries, Finland and Sweden, compete in the same market with their aquaculture. Both countries have had, until recently, stringent environmental policies limiting production volumes. During recent years, however, Swedish fish farmers have been able to increase their production volume, and Finnish fish farmers have also redirected their(More)
The objective of this study is to explore the cross-border acquisitions-purchases and sales-of Finnish engineering consulting firms during the years of 1997-2006 in terms of the amount of transactions and the geographical distribution of acquiring and target nations. The focus area of the study-the technical engineering and consulting business-is a(More)
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