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P 7771 OECD スウェーデン経済報告


Sweden is expected to continue to recover strongly from the recession as high saving, low interest rates and an improving jobs market encourage consumers to step up spending, according to the OECD’s latest Economic Survey of the country.

Investment is set to expand on the back of export growth and consumer price inflation is expected to be subdued as wage pressures remain moderate. But as a small open market economy, Sweden is still exposed to conditions in external markets.

The OECD says Sweden’s relatively low public debt and sizeable budget surplus helped the authorities tackle the crisis without storing up long-term problems for government finances. Looking ahead, stimulus measures and support to the financial system need to be scaled back as economic recovery unfolds.
by jpflege | 2011-01-21 11:14 | 701 Sweden

P 7759 岡沢憲芙:スウェーデンが第1位の理由


2010年10月、ニューヨークのReputation Instituteによって行われた世評ランキング「CountryRep2010」で、スウェーデンが見事1位にランクインしました。スウェーデンが世界から評価されるポイントはどこにあるのでしょうか。これまでの歴史や社会の価値基盤などについて、北欧研究のパイオニアである岡澤憲芙氏(早稲田大学)に伺いました。
by jpflege | 2011-01-19 10:00 | 701 Sweden

P 7758 Opportunity Sweden 日本語

by jpflege | 2011-01-19 09:56 | 701 Sweden

P 7747 ソシオノ―ム(スウェーデンのソーシャルワーカー)


訓覇 によると、社会福祉の専門教育は1921年に開設された「社会政策・地方自治体行政教育と研究のためのストックホルム専門学校」に始まりを見ることができる。
 カールスタッド大学社会福祉学部 においては、2001年までは、高齢者や障害者の支援を主とする資格と低所得、精神障害者の支援を主とする資格(社会教育学)に別れていたが、現在の課程は統合されている。
by jpflege | 2011-01-18 09:58 | 701 Sweden

P 7710 スウェーデンのサービス産業 5.8%の伸び


Swedish service production increased by 5.8 percent in volume and working day adjusted figures in November 2010 compared to November 2009. Service production for January to November increased by 4.1 percent in volume and working day adjusted figures compared to the same period in 2009.



Human health and social work

by jpflege | 2011-01-12 17:00 | 701 Sweden

P 7674 スウェーデンは理想郷ではない(日本語)

From Stockholm, 2010.12.26



by jpflege | 2011-01-07 15:59 | 701 Sweden

P 7636 スウェーデンの寒波は110年ぶり

The Local, 2010.12.26

The last few days of the year look to be very cold throughout Sweden, according to a forecast by the Swedish meteorological agency SMHI.

•Sweden deploys vintage trains to battle the snow (27 Dec 10)
•Roads remain calm as Swedes heed warnings (27 Dec 10)
•Swedish travel woes refuse to go on holiday (26 Dec 10)

This means that several parts of Sweden, including the southern region Götaland and eastern Svealand, will have experienced the coldest December in at least 110 years.


by jpflege | 2010-12-29 05:21 | 701 Sweden

P 7585 スウェーデン:2010費目別課税額

スウェーデン政府統計局 2010.12.17

In the taxation year 2010 for income during 2009, taxable income for physical persons, mainly private persons, increased by SEK 21 billion or 1.3 percent to SEK 1 623 billion. At the same time, taxes and fees decreased by SEK 23 billion or 4.1 percent to SEK 545 billion.

There were two main reasons for the decrease in taxes and fees. First of all, the in-work tax credit, i.e. a tax deduction for income from work, increased by SEK 12 billion to SEK 65 billion. Secondly, a new tax credit for home renovations and household services was introduced, amounting to SEK 10 billion.

The following table shows debited amounts at the time of the latest assessment.
by jpflege | 2010-12-19 10:45 | 701 Sweden

P 7571 スウェーデン 100年に一度の厳冬

The Local, 2010.12.17

“Slippery conditions will continue across the country. There is already a lot of snow on the roads,” SMHI’s Elin Torstensson told the TT news agency.

She explained that Sweden has experienced more cold days and more snow than is normal for December.

“There were a number of days in a row with below-freezing temperatures, so called ice days. And that we have that before Lucia (December 13th) hasn’t happened in more than 100 years,” she said.


by jpflege | 2010-12-18 15:10 | 701 Sweden

P 7536 スウェーデンの移民受け入れ政策

スウェーデン政府 2010.12.13

The new reform to speed up the introduction of newly arrived immigrants into working and social life enters into force on 1 December 2010. This is the greatest change in integration policy in decades. A quicker introduction will be made possible by strengthening the personal incentives to both take up work and take an active part in employment preparatory activities for becoming jobready. A clearer and more distinct division of responsibilities between different stakeholders will create an effective introduction chain. Individual introduction plans will be drawn up to make better use of the skills of newly arrived immigrants.
by jpflege | 2010-12-14 04:23 | 701 Sweden