The Challenges for Finland
The chapter discusses new problems that Finland encounters that have started to hinder the smooth flow of its models of development. The integration of information technology with financial markets was fast paced, but their convergences with other industries has been quite slow. Another growing problem is in the failure of the highly advanced structures in the government to implement effectively and meet their goals. The recent recessions that happened in the country has failed to provide adequate benefits for the elderly, the alcoholic, and those with mental illnesses. Migration is another threat since the country enforces strict immigration laws. Last but not the least is that the younger generations in Finland are characterized as being less inclined to entrepreneurialism which is an important factor for economic stability.
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