Quality of life, knowledge and competitiveness

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Finland is progressing towards a knowledge-based society. To be able to make the best use of the opportunities inherent in the information society and ward off relevant threats, Finland needs a vision and a strategy, and constant revision of the latter. Finland wishes to be a forerunner in the construction of an information society based on humane and sustainable development. User-friendly and safe electronic services help people in their work and in their leisure pursuits, and electronic learning environments encourage independent study. The competitiveness of business enterprises increasingly rests on high-standard knowledge and flexible co-operation. Information networks help local business to find new markets. The public sector renews its processes according to people’s needs. Innovations in information and communications technology aim at improving the quality of life for all. Different parties are constructing the information society locally, nationally and internationally by their own action and in mu

Publication details

Title

Quality of life, knowledge and competitiveness

Subtitle

Premises and objectives for strategic development of the Finnish information society

Place of publication

Helsinki

Year of publication

1998

Publisher

Sitra

Outlook

21 p.

ISBN (paperback)

951-563-357-5

ISBN (PDF)

951-563-569-1

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