The Bank of Finland Museum lectures for the general public continue in spring 2017. This year, we will celebrate Finland’s 100 years by organising a range of different events on the subject. The spring programme will focus, as usual, on monetary and economic policies and also involve history and perspectives on the future. We will present to the public the Bank of Finland journal Euro & talous immediately upon publication.
The events are open to all and are free of charge. All events are in Finnish unless otherwise stated. They are held on the premises of the Bank of Finland Museum at Snellmaninkatu 2, Helsinki.
25 April, at 17.00
Thriving and declining regions in Finland – Finland100
Lauri Kajanoja, Adviser to the Bank of Finland Board, with his guests Signe Jauhiainen, Senior Researcher in Economics, Social Insurance Institution KELA; Professor Rauli Svento, University of Oulu; and Jarkko Kivistö, Senior Economist, Bank of Finland.
2 May, at 17.00
Studia monetaria lectures: The possibilities, achievements and failures of financial market regulation
Peik Granlund, Financial Analyst, Financial Supervisory Authority.
11 May, at 17.00
Presentation of Euro & talous 2/2017
Paavo Miettinen, Head of Division, will present the financial stability review.
June 6, at 17.00
Presentation of Euro & talous 3/2017
Juha Kilponen, Head of Division, will present the Bank of Finland forecast for the Finnish economy.
For further information, please contact Jaakko Koskentola, Curator of the Bank of Finland Museum, tel. +358 10 19 5702.