Performance Measurement in Healthcare Incentive Plans

By using quantitative survey data and conducting a case study, we examine performance measurement of incentive plans in Finnish private sector health care organizations. We find that the performance measures used in the incentive plans are in line with recent economic theories of performance measurement. The findings from the case study emphasize the importance of […]

At last: A brighter outlook for the euro area

The outlook for the euro area economy has improved considerably in recent months. Not only did real GDP increase in the second quarter for the first time in two years, it will even accelerate during the second half of 2013.

Outsourcing, Occupational Restructuring, and Employee Well-Being: Is There a Silver Lining?

Industrial Relations. A Journal of Economy and Society. Vol. 52:4, pp. 878-941, October 2013  

FastFT quotes ETLA’s Nokia research

An analysis by ETLA of Nokia’s influence has some fascinating factoids as well as reassuring statistics following the €5.44bn sale of its handset business to Microsoft, says fastFT, Financial Times’ 24 hours a day news service. Software and IT services have largely filled the void left by Nokia’s decline. Read more

Microsoft Acquires Nokia: Implications for the Two Companies and Finland

Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s phone business has considerable implications for Nokia and potentially for Finland as a country, but little immediate effects on Microsoft and related industries. One might ask, couldn’t there have been better remedies for the challenges both Microsoft and Nokia were facing?

Evaluation of the Academy of Finland

Reports of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland 2013:14

Performance Measurement in Healthcare Incentive Plans

By using quantitative survey data and conducting a case study, we examine performance measurement of incentive plans in Finnish private sector health care organizations. We find that the performance measures used in the incentive plans are in line with recent economic theories of performance measurement. The findings from the case study emphasize the importance of […]

At last: A brighter outlook for the euro area

The outlook for the euro area economy has improved considerably in recent months. Not only did real GDP increase in the second quarter for the first time in two years, it will even accelerate during the second half of 2013.

Outsourcing, Occupational Restructuring, and Employee Well-Being: Is There a Silver Lining?

Industrial Relations. A Journal of Economy and Society. Vol. 52:4, pp. 878-941, October 2013  

FastFT quotes ETLA’s Nokia research

An analysis by ETLA of Nokia’s influence has some fascinating factoids as well as reassuring statistics following the €5.44bn sale of its handset business to Microsoft, says fastFT, Financial Times’ 24 hours a day news service. Software and IT services have largely filled the void left by Nokia’s decline. Read more

Microsoft Acquires Nokia: Implications for the Two Companies and Finland

Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s phone business has considerable implications for Nokia and potentially for Finland as a country, but little immediate effects on Microsoft and related industries. One might ask, couldn’t there have been better remedies for the challenges both Microsoft and Nokia were facing?

Evaluation of the Academy of Finland

Reports of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland 2013:14