2 edition of Government and politics in the Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden found in the catalog.
Government and politics in the Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden
Nils Bertel Einar AndrГ©n
|Statement||by Nils Andrén.|
|LC Classifications||JN7011 .A84|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||65009686|
This is the only comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the political economy of the five Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden). Five studies have been written within a project, and are based on thorough discussions on a common framework within which the distinct features of the economic policies of each separate Cited by: 6. Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark (collectively the Nordic countries) have a combination of high living standards and low income disparity that has captured the world’s : James Mcwhinney.
The political structures of the Scandinavian nations have long stood as models for government and public policy. This comprehensive study examines how that “Nordic model” of government developed, as well as its far-reaching influence. Respected Scandinavian historian Mary Hilson surveys the political bureaucracies of the five Nordic countries—Denmark, Finland, Iceland, . Professor Hannes Gissurason of the University of Iceland authored a report on the Nordic model for the Foundation for European Reform. It’s a very detailed study covering lots of issues. The five Nordic countries, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Iceland, are rightly regarded as .
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Get this from Finland library. Government and politics in the Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden. [Nils Bertel Einar Andrén] -- Written primarily for foreign students of government at the Institute for English Speaking Studies of the University of Stockholm.
The point of departure is the banking crises of the early s (deep in Finland, Norway and Sweden, mini-crisis in Denmark and absent in Iceland) and the contrast to Iceland's financial meltdown Author: Ivar Bleiklie. As Nima Sanandaji, a Swedish author of Kurdish origin who holds a Ph.D.
from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, wrote in Many of the desirable features of Scandinavian societies. Interesting book about the "Nordic model" of politics and welfare, maybe a bit too academic but readable.
For someone who lived in Stockholm, quite interesting to understand the differences between the 5 Nordic countries, the Atlantic-facing ones and the more neutral ones, how all of them went through World War II, how neutral and just Sweden also has a few skeletons in the closet /5.
But Maria Ohisalo, Finland’s interior minister, said a similar Nordic bubble would be tricky because of Sweden’s higher infection rate. “Norway, Denmark and Iceland have managed to stabilise.
The Nordic countries make up the northernmost part of western Europe, extending into the include Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, the Faroe Islands, Åland and in most definitions Greenland, as there are long-standing political and linguistic ties. These neighbours share a common heritage dating back at least to the Viking Age, with several unions in the past and.
Get this from a library. The Nordic models in political science: challenged, but still viable?. [Oddbjørn Knutsen;] -- "The Nordic countries - Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden - are frequently considered a distinct group of countries in political science studies.
The term Nordic model(s) is sometimes used. Television in Denmark is rubbish, Finnish men like a drink – and Sweden is not exactly a model of democracy. Why, asks one expert, does everybody think the. The Nordic Council is the official body for formal inter-parliamentary co-operation among the Nordic init has 87 representatives from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden as well as from the autonomous areas of the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and the Åland representatives are members of parliament in their respective countries or areas and are Currency: 5 currencies, Danish krone, Euro.
This multi-author book combines the techniques of reporting and analysis, debate and prediction, to illuminate the consequences of these challenges for the five Nordic countries, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
History Of Scandinavia book. Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, And Iceland” as Want to Read: But I can't complain too much because there are few history books on these countries written in English, and thi more.
flag Like see review. Eric added it /5. The Nordic Voter is the first book-length comparative analysis of voting behaviour in the five Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, and Iceland.
Leading scholars from national election studies teams present a detailed account of voter turnout, party identification, satisfaction with democracy, preferential voting, government.
(The Nordic countries comprise Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, and Finland.) But she also pushes back—albeit gently—against the trendy notion that Nordic countries are paradises. Partanen is.
Norway also pursues a policy of economic, social, and cultural cooperation with other Nordic countries—Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland—through the Nordic Council.
In addition to strengthening traditional ties with developed countries, Norway seeks to build friendly relations with developing countries and has undertaken humanitarian Capital: Oslo. The five Nordic countries of Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland and Sweden today pitched for a Free Trade Agreement with India to increase business ties.
Ambassadors of the Nordic countries based in New Delhi were in Kolkata today to deliberate on issues relating to. Left to right: Sweden’s PM Stefan Lofven with Lars Lokke Rasmussen of Denmark, Erna Solberg of Norway, Juha Sipila of Finland and Bjarni Benediktsson of Iceland in Bergen.
The Nordic countries got involved in the European integration process at different points in time, and to different degrees. Denmark became a member of the European Community (EC) already inwhile Finland and Sweden joined in Iceland and Norway, on the other hand, became in associated with the European UnionFile Size: KB.
All the Nordic countries – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden – provide higher education free of charge for their own citizens and, until recently, international students have been Author: Jussi Välimaa. The status of internal audit within each country, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, is presented and also the regulatory basis, laws and regulations, for internal audit and the main challenges that internal auditing faces.
Finally, the opportunities for further development of internal audit in the public sector are : Anna Margrét Jóhannesdóttir, Stina Nielsson Kristiansson, Niina Sipiläinen, Riikka Koivunen. complex challenges for Nordic policy establishments. This multi-author book combines the techniques of reporting and analysis, debate and prediction, to illuminate the consequences of these challenges for the five Nordic countries, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
The views expressed in it by Nordic and non-Nordic. The laws on prostitution in Sweden make it illegal to buy sex, but not to sell the use of one's own body for such ing and operating a brothel remain illegal.
The criminalization of the purchase of sex, but not the selling of one's own body for sex, was unique when first enacted in Sweden in Since then, this "Nordic model" for sex trade legislation has been adopted in.This comprehensive study examines how that “Nordic model” of government developed, as well as its far-reaching influence.
Respected Scandinavian historian Mary Hilson surveys the political bureaucracies of the five Nordic countries—Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden—and traces their historical influences and the ways they.Another problem is that Swedes are law abiding, polite, and very collectivist.
They hesitate to say anything controversial. Let us consider the five Nordic countries: Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland.
Iceland has very few foreigners and therefore does not have the problems of the other Nordic countries.