A new book implores Australians to look to the Nordic nations for policy inspiration from taxation to diplomacy to electric vehicles. So, how much can we learn from Scandinavia?
The Nordic countries have long served as a “realistic utopia” for the left.
The high wages, generous welfare states and forward-thinking social policies of Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Iceland have long convinced social democrats that significant change is possible without a violent revolution. Indeed, policies that seem like pipedreams elsewhere have become entirely banal in the far north.
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