Martti Häikiö

Martti Häikiö in 2010.

Martti Johannes Häikiö (b. 1 October 1949 in Mikkeli), is a Finnish historian and writer. In 1978 Häikiö became an associate professor in political history at Helsinki University. He has also been editor in chief and columnist in many journals and newspapers.

His doctoral dissertation concerns the British politics on Finland before and during the Winter War and has thereafter published a lot of popular works on modern Finnish history and corporate history, such as Nokia, the inside story (2002).


  • Uppslagsverket Finland, 2 (2004)

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