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Sammanfattning : For many years, Sweden has had a reputation for having a comprehensive and women friendly welfare state. However, as in many other European countries during the past few decades, the organization and governing of welfare has undergone profound changes. LÄS MER
2. Transformation to a Market Economy and Changing Social Values in China, Russia, and Eastern Germany
Sammanfattning : As a social change, the sudden collapse of communism1 should well be remembered as one of the most formative events of the 20th century. As a political transformation, it caused an initial rush of euphoria within the 'victorious' West and a wave of hope followed by disillusionment for hundreds of millions in the newly ‘democratic’ sphere. LÄS MER
3. Before the "European Miracles". Four Essays on Swedish Preconditions for Conquest, Growth, andVoice
Sammanfattning : This thesis consists of four studies that further develop the perspectives introduced in the author’s licential dissertation, Sweden and the European Miracles: Conquest, Growth and Voice (1996). The dynamic properties of the European system of independent but interacting societies are traced back to the institutional polystruc-turality of European feudalism and the peculiarities of Sweden’s historical experience are asserted to be part of this intersocietal heritage. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This dissertation has two main objectives. The first one is to construct historical macroeconomic series for Sweden using a consistent method throughout the relevant periods, and which rely on modern methods of national accounting. LÄS MER
5. Mellan krona och marknad : Utländska och svenska entreprenörer inom svensk järnhantering ca 1580—1700
Sammanfattning : The aim of this thesis has been to explain the change that Swedish industry went through in the 17th century. My theory is that the change was connected with the transition from feudal relations of production to a system of capitalistic appropriation founded on precapitalist production. LÄS MER