A study conducted among international students illustrates the importance of contacts in finding a job in Finland
Language requirements, the role of networks and racism are obstacles facing international students when looking for work in Finland.
We need a societal perspective on security threats
What are the societal consequences if certain groups in our society feel less secure? A Nordic research project led by the Swedish School of...
Universal basic income experiment in Finland: new research reveals significant diversity in participants’ experience
The report on Finland's 2017-2018 basic income experiment illustrates great variance in how the experiment affected participants’ lives...
Practical instructions of the Swedish School of Social Science for the exceptional circumstances
The University of Helsinki has implemented exceptional emergency measures due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The fast and the furious: Research shows that owners of high-status cars are on a collision course with traffic
Why do BMW and Audi owners often seem to drive like idiots? Is it the car that makes them behave aggressively behind the wheel, or are specific...
Separation between central and local government hinders migrant integration
The Finnish system for the reception of asylum seekers is highly organised and could function well. But while the system is based on short...
Sociological research helps make better decisions on the provision of health and wellbeing services
In Finland, everyone has access to the services provided by health and wellbeing professionals. According to Professor Sirpa Wrede, their...
How can racist thinking and modes of action be dismantled?
Suvi Keskinen, professor of ethnic relations and nationalism, is inspired by challenges to Eurocentric knowledge.