ReSES – Rethinking the serviceability of economics to society – organises events and seminars on economics and its role in the society. We bring together researchers and practitioners, who share an interest in understanding economics and its influence. Our target is to create constructive discussion on how economics affects the world around us in beneficial and harmful ways. The project is funded by the Finnish Cultural Foundation, and runs between 2023–2024.
Time: 2nd June 2023, 14:45-16:15Place: Metsätalo sali 1 (Unioninkatu 40, Helsinki) A better life for employees, a stronger economy for businesses, and a greener planet for everyone. That’s the promise of the four-day week, an idea that is gaining momentum around the world. But is it too good to be true? Find out in our […]
Time: 31st May, 17-19Place: Tiedekulma Stage, Yliopistonkatu 4, HelsinkiLink to stream: https://tiedekulmamedia.helsinki.fi/fi/web/tiedekulma/player/webcast?playerId=99487739&eventId=234671281 What is the best place for children under 3 years to spend their days? Home care or day care? What does economics say? Since 1985, Finland has been paying home care allowance to parents who would like to take care of their children […]