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Going South pp 269-300 | Cite as

Desperately seeking Sweden, or Freeport Ho! The search for a development model

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Abstract

The different economic and social models available across the world tend to attract national or geographical labels: Rhineland (or Rhenish) capitalism, the Scandinavian model, the Washington Consensus and so on.

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Unemployment Rate Welfare State Poverty Line Social Model Social Market Economy 
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Notes

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