How COVID-19 influenced the geography of innovation funding in Finland? Read the latest blog text of the COSPIN project by Professor Teemu Makkonen (Karelian Institute, UEF).
The blog text is available here.
And this is the COSPIN project.
By Andrew Copus, Senior Researcher
Outside the Nordic area Scotland is arguably the most comparable country in Europe to Finland in terms of its size, geography, and demographic challenges. Like Finland, it has about five and a half million people, mostly concentrated in a handful of cities and some smaller towns. More remote areas in the North and West are sparsely populated, with an ageing and declining population.
However, there are also significant differences. Continue reading “Scotland’s Demographic Strategy”