This issue of the Nordic Journal of Business contains three peer-reviewed articles. In the first article, Pirkko Jaatinen, Lili-Anne Kihn and Salme Näsi from Tampere University investigate the historical development of information technology innovations in financial accounting. The second article written by Pekka Belt and Juha Tuunainen from the University of Oulu focuses on the work-related well-being of entrepreneurs. Finally, in the third article, Henrik Keinonen from Hanken School of Economics examines the relationship between ownership concentration and firm performance within the Nordic corporate governance model.
I hope you enjoy reading the interesting contributions featured in this issue of the Nordic Journal of Business.
Nordic Journal of Business
Pirkko Jaatinen, Lili-Anne Kihn and Salme Näsi – Historical Development of IT-Related Innovations: From Manual and Paper Bookkeeping to Automated and Digital Financial Accounting
Pekka Belt and Juha Tuunainen – The Work-Related Well-Being of Solo, Micro, and Small Business Entrepreneurs
The whole issue as a PDF can be downloaded here.