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OECD's 1996 Economic Survey of Finland examines recent trends and short-term prospects, economic policies, implementing the OECD Jobs Strategy, and education and training.
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Introduction I. Recent trends and short-term prospects -A "dual economy" -Strong but weakening exports -Mixed developments in domestic demand -Still substantial labour market slack -Continued low inflation despite a temporary rise in wages -A strong external position -Short-term prospects II. Economic policies -The incomes policy agreement -The fiscal stance -Monetary management -Structural initiatives III. Implementing the OECD jobs strategy -Labour market and employment performance -Policy requirements -Recent policy initiatives -Assessment and scope for further action IV. Education and training -Why human capital is essential for Finland -The role of the education system -The contribution of adult training and education -Reform proposals V. Conclusions Notes Annexes -I. Calculating the NAWRU -II. Chronology of main economic events and policy measures Statistical annex and structural indicators