The economy has recovered from the recession following the financial crisis, but growth is expected to remain below its pre-crisis level, averaging 1.5% per annum over 2026–2040.
Petri Mäki-Fränti — articles & blogs(11)
The influence of age, gender and education on labour supply in Finland
Finland struggling to defend its market share on rapidly expanding markets
Winners and losers in industrial profitability
Education and age ease uncertainty of income development
Finland is greying – will this weaken the effectiveness of monetary policy?
Households increasingly dependent on public transfers
The longer working careers and higher earnings of those now retiring have caused a rising trend in earnings-related pensions. As this has been accompanied by a strong increase in unemployment expenditure and slow growth in aggregate income, a growing number of households now depend on current transfers.