Democratic Socialism in Scandanavian Countries is Less Appealing to Themselves

Currently, Nordic-style democratic socialism is all the rage among Democrat activists as well as with liberal intellectuals and journalists. But in the Nordic countries themselves, this ideal has gradually lost its appeal. Only one of the five Nordic countries, Sweden, Continue reading Democratic Socialism in Scandanavian Countries is Less Appealing to Themselves

Denmark Telecommunications Success is Due to Deregulation

Americans often look to Scandinavian countries for examples of successful policy and governance. It’s easy to see why: These countries boast some of the best quality-of-life rankings in the world. Denmark in particular is praised for its stellar telecommunications services. Continue reading Denmark Telecommunications Success is Due to Deregulation

The Swedish Case for Limited Government | Foundation for Economic Education

1. Sweden became rich when government was small. Indeed, until about 1960, the burden of the public sector in Sweden was smaller than it was in the United States. And as late as 1970, Sweden still had less redistribution spending Continue reading The Swedish Case for Limited Government | Foundation for Economic Education