The Scandinavian countries are held up as model economies and welfare states. We’ve already taken a closer look at Sweden and Denmark in order to evaluate these claims. Today it’s Norway’s turn to go under the microscope.
About the Guest
Morten Rolland has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, with exchange studies at University of California, Berkeley. He’s currently writing his Master’s thesis in Sociology. He’s also a libertarian and a member of Liberalistene/the Capitalist Party of Norway.
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Ep. 338 Did Sweden Succeed Because of Government? (Johan Norberg)
Ep. 32 The World’s Happiest Country? (Christian Bjørnskov)
Ep. 17 Is Sweden a Good Model? (Per Bylund)
Ep. 6 Enough About Denmark Already: Here’s What Krugman and Sanders Left Out (Contra Krugman)
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