Tag Archives: Finland

Swedish Armed Neutrality: what it involves

In the 1950s Sweden had the highest standard of living in the world. Armed neutrality played an important part in this. But maintaining armed neutrality is no foregone conclusion. In the 1940s each side tried to make Sweden abandon its … Continue reading

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Ordoliberalism in Housing Markets: an overview

The impact of Ordoliberalism on Housing Policy: A basic Ordoliberal principle is that a market should have a wide variety of different types of provider with anti-monopoly laws preventing the emergence of oligopoly and cartels, just the sort of situation … Continue reading

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