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ABSTRACT. Finland belongs to the most developed countries concerning almost all aspects of its economic performance. One of the key elements of the Finnish “economic miracle” is the country’s outstanding performance in both technological and organizational innovations. The Adaptykes project, which is financed by the EU, aims at adapting some results of the Finnish Workplace Development Programme (TYKES) into Hungary and Romania as a teaching material for enterprises. The aim of this study is to help the transferring of the Finnish best practices into the different economic and institutional environment of the recipient countries. The comparative analysis focuses on such key areas like the economic and innovative performance of the small and medium-sized companies and their investment in the development of both human and organizational capital. pp. 7–29
JEL codes: F16; J08; J21

Keywords: innovation; workplace development program; institutional environment; human and organizational capital

How to cite: Csaba, Mako, Illessy Miklos, Csizmadia Peter, and Heidrich Balazs (2015), "Mapping the Context for Transfer of Finnish Workplace Development Practice: The Case of Finland, Hungary and Romania," Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics 3(2): 7–29.

MAKÓ CSABA
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Budapest Business School,
Institute of Management and Human Resources, Hungary
ILLÉSSY MIKLÓS
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Centre for Social Sciences, Institute of Sociology,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
CSIZMADIA PÉTER
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Budapest Business School,
Institute of Management and Human Resources, Hungary
HEIDRICH BALÁZS
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Budapest Business School,
Institute of Management and Human Resources, Hungary

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