Exploring the sustainability of generous welfare states
Exploring the interaction between markets, social equality and worker security
Understanding the viability of egalitarian market economies
Understanding the linkages between economic performance, distribution, and social disparities.
Understanding the interaction between policies, institutions and long term development.
Theoretical and empirical method developments, clarifications of concepts and terms, and overviews.
Karen Helene Ullveit-Moe, Andreas Moxnes and Esther Ann Nisja Bøler.
Karl Ove Moene
Andreas Kotsadam, Niklas Jakobsson, Astri Syse and Henning Øien.
Tarjei Havnes, Astrid M. Jorde Sandsør and Nina Drange.
Jon H. Fiva, Daniel M. Smith
CESifo Working Paper No. 5757 (February 2016)
Jon H. Fiva, Askill H. Halse, Gisle J. Natvik.
Rolf Aaberge, Eugenio Peluso and Henrik Sigstad
Jon H. Fiva, Askill H. Halse
CESifo Working Paper No. 5534. Category 1: Public Finance. September 2015.
The Nordic model is a way of organising society which combines social security and capitalistic dynamics in a unique way.
The Miser Index is a measure of how miserly a country is. A society where the rich accumulate huge fortunes, but let the poor live miserably, is a miserly society.
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