Pitkän aikavälin politiikalla läpi murroksen – tahtotiloja työn tulevaisuudesta

Translated title of the contribution: Long-term Policymaking as a Tool Through Transformation - Aspirations for the Future of Work

Johannes Anttila, Veikko Eranti, Julia Jousilahti, Johannes Koponen, Minea Koskinen, Juha Leppänen, Aleksi Neuvonen, Mikko Dufva, Minna Halonen, Jouko Myllyoja, Ville-Veikko Pulkka, Mikko Annala, Heikki Hiilamo, Juha Honkatukia, Anu Järvensivu, Mika Kari, Jaakko Kuosmanen, Maria Malho, Maarit Malkamäki

    Research output: Book/ReportReport

    Abstract

    We are in the midst of a major change. Challenges relating to the future of work are easy to name, but complex long-term shifts such as the revolution of work are difficult to translate into policies and tangible solutions. It is still nevertheless possible to steer the process with the help of a shared long-term visions.
    The goals of this study were to identify desirable futures for work, decision-making needs and societal solutions based on expert interviews and a national population survey. The report also outlines a model for long-term dialogue on the future of work. With regard to the five themes discussed, the report is based on Part 1 of the Government Report on the Future (Prime Minister’s Office 2017). The research process was conducted by Demos Helsinki in co-operation with VTT Technical Research Center Finland.
    The most important findings of the study are as follows: The forms of work and employment are becoming more diverse, which calls for changes in legislation and social security. Work is becoming less and less tied to time and place, but the change is not as strong or happening at the same time in all sectors. Continuous learning is emphasized in education: Finland needs a high-quality lifelong learning system that covers the entire population. New ways of making a living are emerging as the labour market and all aspects of work become more flexible. Decision-makers need to understand not just the economic value of work but also its multifaceted instrumental value in order to prevent a scenario where we begin to promote conflicting goals.
    Original languageFinnish
    Number of pages140
    ISBN (Electronic)978-952-287-538-9
    Publication statusPublished - 2018
    MoE publication typeD4 Published development or research report or study

    Publication series

    SeriesValtioneuvoston selvitys- ja tutkimustoiminnan julkaisusarja
    Number34/2018

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    Finland
    economic value
    lifelong learning
    research process
    social security
    minister
    decision maker
    labor market
    legislation
    dialogue
    expert
    scenario
    decision making
    interview
    learning
    Values
    education
    time

    Keywords

    • work
    • transition
    • meaning of work
    • foresight
    • future
    • policymaking

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    Anttila, J., Eranti, V., Jousilahti, J., Koponen, J., Koskinen, M., Leppänen, J., ... Malkamäki, M. (2018). Pitkän aikavälin politiikalla läpi murroksen – tahtotiloja työn tulevaisuudesta. Valtioneuvoston selvitys- ja tutkimustoiminnan julkaisusarja, No. 34/2018
    Anttila, Johannes ; Eranti, Veikko ; Jousilahti, Julia ; Koponen, Johannes ; Koskinen, Minea ; Leppänen, Juha ; Neuvonen, Aleksi ; Dufva, Mikko ; Halonen, Minna ; Myllyoja, Jouko ; Pulkka, Ville-Veikko ; Annala, Mikko ; Hiilamo, Heikki ; Honkatukia, Juha ; Järvensivu, Anu ; Kari, Mika ; Kuosmanen, Jaakko ; Malho, Maria ; Malkamäki, Maarit. / Pitkän aikavälin politiikalla läpi murroksen – tahtotiloja työn tulevaisuudesta. 2018. 140 p. (Valtioneuvoston selvitys- ja tutkimustoiminnan julkaisusarja; No. 34/2018).
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