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By Nima Sanandaji, Tom G. Palmer

This booklet is necessary to assist a global viewers comprehend the
cultural peculiarities in the back of the Scandinavian “success story”. it's also vital
that Scandinavians themselves learn this ebook to aid them comprehend the
market reforms which are crucial for a profitable future.
Dr Karin Svanborg-Sjövall
President of Swedish free-market imagine tank Timbro

This ebook can be of curiosity to an individual who desires to comprehend the
welfare country and the luck of the Nordic nations. extra largely, it
provides a stimulating social gathering for hypothesis at the way forward for welfare states
Tom G. Palmer
Executive vp for foreign courses, Atlas Network

Around the realm, the Nordic nations are celebrated for combining economic
dynamism with beneficiant social provision. Nima Sanandaji indicates how the
Nordic version rests on an entrepreneurial inheritance that lengthy predates the
rise of social democracy, and the way market-oriented reform has revitalised the
Reihan Salam
Executive Editor, nationwide assessment

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Canada 10. Sweden 11. Germany 11. Netherlands 11. Belgium 11. Sweden 11. Canada 12. Austria 12. Germany 12. Germany 12. Australia 12. Belgium 13. Iceland 13. Norway 13. Norway 13. Belgium 13. Germany 14. France 14. France 14. Finland 14. UK 14. Finland 15. UK 15. Italy 15. Italy 15. Japan 15. Iceland 16. Italy 16. Finland 16. Netherlands 16. Germany 16. UK 17. Finland 17. Japan 17. France 17. Italy 17. France 18. Norway 18. New Zealand 18. UK 18. Finland 18. Japan 19. Japan 19. UK 19. New Zealand 19.

The other struck when the nation was instead characterised by high taxes and a large public sector. 1 This figure is given for 2006 as full-year equivalents, which means that two individuals who were on sick leave half the year each count as one individual living on benefits rather than work during that year. 35 S candinavian U ne xceptionalism The Great Depression The first crisis was the Great Depression. As a trade-­ dependent nation, Sweden was not only hurt by the global economic depression, but also by the trade barriers other nations put up in a misguided effort to protect their economies from the downturn.

The new model, relying on massive state involvement, was simply not sustainable. The high living standards were a result of the fruits of the previous successful policies. Sweden was no bumblebee that could escape the marring effects of socialist planning. 20 3 THE FAILURE OF THIRD-WAY POLICIES – ENTREPRENEURSHIP If recent developments of the Swedish economic and social system continue, the ‘Swedish model’ […] will turn out to have been a brief historical episode – an interlude lasting no more than about three decades, from the mid1960s to the early 1990s.

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