The cases of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland are raised by the left as alleged examples of non-market success stories. What’s the real truth?
About the Guest
Nima Sanandaji is president of the European Centre for Entrepreneurship and Policy Reform, and author of 20 books.
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Ep. 523 Now They Say Norway Is the Model to Follow (Morten Rolland)
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)
Contra Krugman Ep. 6 Enough About Denmark Already: Here’s What Krugman and Sanders Left Out
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