Suomen Tasavalta—Republiken Finland
  • S. H. Steinberg
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


FINLAND is a republic according to the Form of Government Act of 17 July, 1919.


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Books of Reference

  1. Statistical Information.—The Central Statistical Office (Tilastollinen päätoimisto), Helsinki, was founded in 1865 but there was already during the Swedish era some kind of statistical institute in Stockholm which computed also data from Finland. After the separation from Sweden the bishop’s councils continued to collect data and send them to the economic department of the Senate until the foundation of the Statistical Office. Director:—Professor Martti Kovero. Its publications inchide: Annuaire statistique (from 1879). Recueil de statistique (monthly, from 1924).Google Scholar

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  1. Suomen Valtiokalenteri (State Calendar of Finland). Annual. Helsinki.Google Scholar
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