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1. Svenskar, krigare, söner av Finland : maskulinitet, minoritetsnationalism, nationell identitet och sociala skillnader inom svenskspråkiga skyddskårer i Österbotten och Åboland 1918-1939
Sammanfattning : This dissertation is a study on the Swedish-speaking Civil Guards in Ostrobothnia and Turunmaa in Finland during the Finnish interwar period (1918-1939). The study focuses on how they created their own Swedish minority nationalist identity in regards to the national project of White (bourgeois) Finland. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The aims of the thesis were to study (1) day care and school education of Finnish migrant children in Sweden, with respect to verbal, cognitive and identity development, (2) language as a tool of thought and the role of bilingualism in children's cognitive development, primarily with respect to Finnish children in Sweden, and (3) ethnic and individual identity of Finnish children and adolescents in Sweden and Finland. These issues are studied by means of literature reviews (Summary report and Study 1 ) and empirical studies (Study 2 and Study 3). LÄS MER
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4. Svensk och finsk upphinnartillväxt : Faktorpris- och produktivitetsutjämning mellan Finland och Sverige 1950-2000
Sammanfattning : The aim of this thesis is to gain improved understanding of the income convergence between Finland and Sweden 1950-2000 with a focus on catch-up growth, wage formation, productivity growth, migration and structural change in a setting of structural and institutional differences on the factor markets. Earlier studies of Finnish and Swedish convergence has overlooked the international perspective and therefore missed the general European – US convergence during the period. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : To stay competitive internationally, the Swedish forestry sector must increase its productivity by 2 to 3% annually. There are a variety of ways in which productivity can be increased. One option is to develop remote-controlled or unmanned machines, thus reducing the need for operator intervention. LÄS MER