Riksbank's Persson on women, growth and welfare

In a speech on 'Women, growth and welfare - an equation that must add up' given on 8 March, Kristina Persson of the Sveriges Riksbank said there is most probably some potential to increase productivity in the services sector but it is not sufficient just to increase productivity to improve public sector finances.

"The number of resources in society depends on economic growth, which in turn is determined by the amount we work (the labour supply) and how productive we are (productivity). There is

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