Nordic Countries

Does Sweden’s Radical Right Reflect Too Much Social Inclusivity, Or Too Little?

Many have attributed the success of the far-right Sweden Democrats to Sweden's open immigration policy. Instead, a new study shows that income inequality and...

How Denmark Got to Denmark: The Role of Landed Elites in Development

For most people the idea of landed elites conjures up images of aristocrats sipping tea while enjoying the proceeds of the labors of the...

ProMarket Interviews Bo Rothstein, Part II: On Strong Markets and Quality Government

In the second part of ProMarket's interview with Bo Rothstein, the Swedish political scientist discusses corruption, social trust and unions. After decades in which the...

ProMarket Interview: Bo Rothstein on the Role of Government in Market Economies

Bo Rothstein, one of the most influential political scientists in the world today, explains how countries can become less corrupt, and why the Nordic...

Stigler Center Talk: Bo Rothstein on What Makes Scandinavian Countries Non-Corrupt

Oxford’s Bo Rothstein, one of the most influential political scientists in the world today, will discuss the historical experience of Scandinavian countries in eradicating...

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