The current issue of the Nordic Journal of Business consists of three peer-reviewed articles. The first article by Jonas Spohr (Åbo Akademi University) examines whether quarterly accounting fundamentals and stock price changes can be used to predict profit warnings of Nordic firms. In the second article, Riitta Forsten-Astikainen, Terhi Tuominen and Pia Heilmann from Lappeenranta University of Technology focus on employees’ competences and the implications of these competences on the individual and organizational levels. The third article by Piia Pekola (Ministry of Social Affairs and Health), Ismo Linnosmaa (National Institute for Health and Welfare) and Hennamari Mikkola (Social Insurance Institution of Finland) analyzes the association between firm-level financial risk and service quality in the healthcare sector.
I hope you enjoy reading the interesting articles featured in this issue of the Nordic Journal of Business.
Nordic Journal of Business
Contents Vol. 66, No. 1 (Spring 2017)
Expanding Awareness of Employees’ Competences: The Holistic Perspective as Management Tool
Riitta Forsten-Astikainen, Terhi Tuominen and Pia Heilmann
An Empirical Study on the Association between Financial Risk and Service Quality in Physiotherapy
Piia Pekola, Ismo Linnosmaa and Hennamari Mikkola