Swedish Economic Growth A Favorable View of Reform
AbstractLast year, Challenge published a piece by sociologist Walter Korpi on the failure of conventional economics in Sweden. In recent years the conventional view has been critical of the Swedish welfare society. We now present a rebuttal to that piece by an economist who believes neoclassical medicine has worked.
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Volume (Year): 44 (2001)
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