The Bank of Finland Museum organises lectures for the general public. In addition to the Studia Monetaria lectures and Talouskirja Nyt discussion series, the new issues of the Bank’s journal Euro & Talous will be presented at separate events. The Museum will also host a series of history seminars on the Bank of Finland and its governors and other events on topical matters. The current programme of events can be found here.
The themes of the Studia Monetaria lecture series deal with the operational sectors and history of the Bank of Finland and the Financial Supervisory Authority (FIN-FSA). The lectures are given by leading experts in their fields. As a rule, the speakers are from the Bank or FIN-FSA. The lectures are intended for the general public, and participation does not require any particular background knowledge.
The Bank of Finland’s Talouskirja Nyt discussion series unlocks the ideas of economics through the related literature. The discussion sessions present books published recently in Finland on a variety of economic topics. In each session, the author or editor of a book discusses it with a specialist from the Bank of Finland. The audience also has an opportunity to participate in the discussion.
All events are open to all and are free of charge. They are held on the premises of the Bank of Finland Museum at Snellmaninkatu 2, Helsinki.
The events start, as a rule, at 17:00; however, the starting time of each event will be announced separately.