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KEHO Central Finland Ecosystem: The control effect of well-being indicators

October 25 @ 12:00 pm 2:00 pm

What is measured when measuring well-being? This will be the topic discussed in the next webinar of the KEHO Central Finland Ecosystem. The event will take place online on the 25th of October from 13:00 to 15:00 EEST and it will be in Finnish.

Welcome to the KEHO webinar that will consider the measurement of well-being and, in particular, the applicability of measures developed nationally for guidance purposes to the different circumstances of Finland and its population groups. The webinar is intended for everyone interested in well-being and its measurement.


The webinar is chaired by Petri Lehtoranta, vice-chairman of the KEHO steering group 

12.00 Opening
Päivi Fadjukoff, Head of Central Finland’s Center for Well-being

12.10 What is a good measure / indicator
Paulus Torkki, assistant professor of healthcare production economics, University of Helsinki, chairman of the board of Vaikuttavusseura ry, member of the KEHO influence group 

12.30 Agenda 2030 sustainable urban development metrics 
Jari Lyytimäki, lead researcher, Finnish Environment Institute

Sami Niemi, special expert, Union of Municipalities, welfare and education unit 

13.00 TEA wise as a means of operational development, HYTE coefficient as a control mechanism 
Timo Ståhl, leading expert, THL

Commentary: development proposals from the perspective of a small municipality
Heli Lehtinen, welfare coordinator, Konnevesi 

13.30 Meter development in Central Finland Lipas : Tapani Laakso, project manager, University of Jyväskylä Municipality-Virveli : Henni Syväoja, researcher, Likes, Jamk

Commentary: opportunities for national utilization
Timo Ståhl, leading expert, THL

13.55 Event summary and conclusion
Professor Jukka-Pekka Mecklin, chairman of the KEHO steering group

14.00 The event ends