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Innovaatiotoiminta - Näkemyksiä hyvinvointialaan ja työelämän kehittämiseen


  • Hyvärinen, Jari


This study examines structures and challenges in the Finnish well-being sector from the innovation activity perspective. Firstly, it compares the quality and productivity based on international statistics and research reports, and R&D&I activities in the well-being sector. It investigates also shortly co-operation and interplay between public and private actors,a nd the role of ICT for improving sectors productivity. In the end, the study explores well-being and quality of labour markets, and innovation activities in Finland.

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  • Hyvärinen, Jari, 2011. "Innovaatiotoiminta - Näkemyksiä hyvinvointialaan ja työelämän kehittämiseen," Discussion Papers 1256, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy.
  • Handle: RePEc:rif:dpaper:1256

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    well-being; health; working life; productivity; innovation activity;

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