The Bank of Finland Museum lectures for the general public continue in autumn 2017. This year, we will celebrate Finland’s 100 years by organising a range of different events on the subject. The autumn 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.
Tuesday 24 October at 17.00 History seminar
Ele Alenius, a social thinker in politics and the central bank
Governor Erkki Liikanen interviews Kalevi Kivistö, Lic. (Pol.Sc.) and Docent Antti Kuusterä.
Tuesday 7 November, at 17.00 Studia Monetaria lectures
What will change in the sales of investment products?
Marko Hovi and Päivi Turunen, Market Supervisors (FIN-FSA)
Tuesday 14 November Event cancelled: A century of Finland’s economy: what are our export
Juha Tarkka, Adviser to the Board, interviews Research director Juhana Aunesluoma (University of Helsinki) and Saara Tamminen, Special Researcher (VATT Institute for Economic Research)
Tuesday 28 November, at 17.00 History seminar
Matti Vanhala, the first euro era Governor of the Bank of Finland
Antti Suvanto, PhD (Pol.Sc.) chairs a discussion with former Bank of Finland heads of department, Markus Fogelholm and Kjell-Peter Söderlund
Monday 4 December, at 17.00 Studia Monetaria lectures – Finland 100
100-year-old Finland and 23 years of European Union membership
Governor Erkki Liikanen
Tuesday 19 December, at 17.00 Bank of Finland forecast for the Finnish economy
Juha Kilponen, Head of Division
For further information, please contact Jaakko Koskentola, Curator of the Bank of Finland Museum, tel. +358 9 183 2981.