Varsinaisen itsehoidetun maatalouden pääomasuhteista.Studies on the economic and housing situation in Lapland and Perä-Pohjola in Northern Finland.
The article is a survey about the economic situation of the farms in the northernmost Finland, commissioned by the senate of Finland. Agriculture practiced in Northern Finland has differed markedly from the rest of the land. The farms were small and pioneer farming was common. The lands were predominantly owned by the state which had assigned wide areas for new settlements in the area. The article includes a detailed survey of 154 farms in the area. Statistics of different categories of capital is listed; stock, equipment, land, and domestic animals, in addition to overview on the different types of farms in the area.
The PDF includes a summary in German.
Published in 1921