Tag Archives: Swedish Ordoliberalism

1972: First Impressions of Sweden

In the summer of 1972 after only a year as a Teaching Associate at Minnesota University Sociology Department, I abandoned my attempt to do a Ph.D. at Minnesota. My Swedish wife and I decided to go to Sweden, a country … Continue reading

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Sweden’s Military Budget and Armed Neutrality

In the preceding post Sweden and NATO it is clear that Sweden’s military expenditure has decreased, units have been disestablished, and budgets have been cut since the collapse of the USSR in 1990. At the end of that post I … Continue reading

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