Area Handbook for Finland

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SECTION III. ECONOMIC
Chapter 12. Character and Structure of the Economy167

Capital Structure-- Problems of Economic Development-- Government Economic Policy-- Public Finance-- Financial Institutions-- The Role of Foreign Capital

13. Agriculture and Industry181

Agriculture-- Forestry-- Mining-- Manufacturing-- Construction-- Power-- Labor

14. Trade, Transportation, and Services193

Commerce-- Transport and Communications-- Other Services-- The Role of Government-- Foreign Trade

SECTION IV. NATIONAL SECURITY
Chapter 15. Public Order and Security207

Public Order and Security-- National Security

16. The Armed Forces213

Military Traditions and Limitations-- Organization and Structure of the Finnish Defense Forces-- Expenditures-- Military Policy

BIBLIOGRAPHY221
GLOSSARY245
INDEX247

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure
1 Finlandxiv
2 Finland, Major Routes of Transportation40
3 Finland, Dominant Settlement Patterns, by Region45
4 Administrative Divisions of Finland135
5 Finland, Major Regions and the Development Zones173

LIST OF TABLES
TablePage
1 Finland, Population Growth, Selected Years, 1749-197037
2 Number of Newspapers Published by Political Parties in Finland, 197190
3 Finland, Composition of Parliament by Party, Selected Years, 1945-72141
4 Net National Product and Employment in Finland, by Economic Sector, 1938, 1948, and 1971168
5 Finland, Balance of Payments, 1965-72170
6 Sources of National Income in Finland, 1938 and 1970175
7 Central Government Revenue and Expenditure in Finland, 1972177
8 Number of Farms in Finland by Size, 1969182
9 Metal Production in Finland, 1969186
10 Indirect Wage Costs to the Employer in Industry, Finland, 1969191
11 Sales Volume of Wholesale Distribution Centers, Finland, 1970194
12 Sales Volume of Retail Outlets, Finland, 1970194
13 Finland, Deposits and Loans by Banking Group, 1971196

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • COUNTRY SUMMARY vii
  • FINLAND - TABLE OF CONTENTS xi
  • Contents xii
  • Contents xiii
  • SECTION I. SOCIAL 1
  • Chapter 2 - HISTORICAL SETTING 9
  • Chapter 3 - ENVIRONMENT AND POPULATION 35
  • Chapter 4 - SOCIAL SYSTEM 49
  • Chapter 5 - LIVING CONDITIONS 57
  • Chapter 6 - RELIGIOUS LIFE 71
  • Chapter 7 - EDUCATION AND MASS COMMUNICATIONS 81
  • Chapter 8 - ARTISTIC AND INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT 97
  • SECTION II. POLITICAL 121
  • Chapter 10 - POLITICAL DYNAMICS, ATTITUDES, AND VALUES 139
  • Chapter 11 - FOREIGN RELATIONS 153
  • SECTION III. ECONOMIC 167
  • Chapter 13 - AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRY 181
  • Chapter 14 - TRADE, TRANSPORTATION, AND SERVICES 193
  • SECTION IV. NATIONAL SECURITY 207
  • Chapter 16 - THE ARMED FORCES 213
  • Index 247
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