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Creating Nordic Capitalism

The Development of a Competitive Periphery

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15 September 2008

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Creating Nordic Capitalism illuminates how the economies of five small North European countries; Denmark, Finland, Norway, Iceland and Sweden, became so competitive during the twentieth century.Through rigorous analysis the...

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Creating Nordic Capitalism illuminates how the economies of five small North European countries; Denmark, Finland, Norway, Iceland and Sweden, became so competitive during the twentieth century.Through rigorous analysis the authors propose and describe the defining features of Nordic capitalism.

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Based on extensive research from a number of prominent Nordic institutions, edited by a highly regarded,?expert team

The first book to examine and explain the development of a Nordic model of capitalism

Introduction 
Swedish Capitalism 
Case Study: Bonnier & Wallenberg
Case Study: ASEA / ABB 
Finnish Capitalism
Case Study: Stora-Enso
Case Study: Nokia and Tampella
Danish Capitalism 
Case Study: Arla Foods
Case Study: Carlsberg
Norwegian Capitalism
Case Study: Elkem
Case Study: Kreditkassen
Conclusion.

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Susanna Fellman: Adjunct Professor (Docent), Department of Social Science History, Helsinki University. 

Martin Jes Iversen: Associate Professor, Centre for Business History, Copenhagen Business School. 

Hans Sjögren: Professor of Economic History and Institutional Economics, Department of Management and Engineering, Linköping University and Research Fellow, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden.

Lars Thue: Professor, Department of Innovation and Economic Organisation, BI, Norwegian School of Management, Oslo. 

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Susanna Fellman: Adjunct Professor (Docent), Department of Social Science History, Helsinki University. 

Martin Jes Iversen: Associate Professor, Centre for Business History, Copenhagen Business School. 

Hans Sjögren: Professor of Economic History and Institutional Economics, Department of Management and Engineering, Linköping University and Research Fellow, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden.

Lars Thue: Professor, Department of Innovation and Economic Organisation, BI, Norwegian School of Management, Oslo. 

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