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Through detailed case studies of Finland, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, this book investigates how and why welfare services, active labour market institutions, and public policies were re-combined to stimulate innovation and growth in the Nordic countries, and signals the lessons that can be learned by others.

Produktbeschreibung
Through detailed case studies of Finland, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, this book investigates how and why welfare services, active labour market institutions, and public policies were re-combined to stimulate innovation and growth in the Nordic countries, and signals the lessons that can be learned by others.
Autorenporträt
Peer Hull Kristensen is Professor of the Sociology of Firms and Work Organization at the International Center for Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School, where he is currently co-leading a World Class Initiative on Institutional Competitiveness. His research interest is the comparative study of national business systems, labour markets, the organization of multinational companies, and the ongoing mutations of capitalisms. His current focus is on how changing forms of work organization enable new firm strategies globally, and how this in turn is made possible by making novel use of institutions and creating novel institutional complementarities. He has published widely on this issues and his book with Jonathan Zeitlin, Local Players in Global Games: The Strategic Constitution of a Multinational Corporation is seen as significant contribution in international business studies.