Nordic Way

Sweden, Denmark and Finland have the highest levels of social cohesion in EU, according to the Social Cohesion Radar, a study released on July 2015 by the Bertelsmann Stiftung and Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany.

These results confirm once again that the success according to principles of the Nordic model is stable, regardless of fluctuations in the global economy.

Looking at the Scandinavian economies and societies can be seen that their economic efficiency, innovation, business culture and sustainable development contribute to strengthening social cohesion, which is directly expressed in the conclusions of a report published by UN - Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), under the auspices of UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon.
The report rated  Danes, Swiss, Icelanders and Norwegians as the happiest people in the world (out of 158 nations ranked), with Finns in fifth, and Swedes in  tenth place.

At the same time, according to the Global Competitiveness Report 2016-2017 published by World Economic Forum, Sweden is the sixth most competitive country in the world and is the third most competitive country in European Union. This year’s report includes record number of 138 countries. Finland took the 10th place, Norway the 11th and Denmark the 12th position by their competitiveness.

We are pleased to present the new section of our website with the articles in various sectors, which show in detail the Nordic remarkable phenomenon.
We invite you to read the enclosed materials.

SPCC Media Team
(door handle by Arne Jacobsen, 1956, photo K.Ahm/


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