Democracy and justice system

“Public Wealth of Nations” praised by the Economist

15 June, 2015
Skärmavbild 2015-06-15 kl. 17.23.16 The weekly magazine Economist recommends our latest book ”The Public Wealth of Nations – how management of public assets can boost or bust economic growth”. Palgrave/Macmillan publishes the book on the 22. of june. Read all about it and the debate it is stirring on our dedicated home page. Read more...

“The Public Wealth of Nations” in Foreign Affairs

27 November, 2014
factory   Foreign Affairs published an article about the forthcoming book, The Public Wealth of Nations: How Management of Public Assets Can Boost or Bust Economic Growth (Palgrave Macmillan). Most countries’ public wealth is larger than their public debt. While managing debt has become a matter of great concern during the financial crisis, public wealth remains […] Read more...

Renaissance for Reforms

11 March, 2014
Skärmavbild 2014-02-18 kl. 08.21.31 The new book Renaissance for Reforms has met wide international interest. It is currently being reviewed in 37 different countries and translations in several languages are planned. Renaissance of Reforms is based on an analysis of 109 governments that completed their term of power in OECD countries between the mid-1990s and 2012. The authors show that governments that introduce market […] Read more...

Aid conditioned on reforms

25 March, 2013
Conditional aid was the idea behind the heavily criticised World Bank and IMF strategy that came under the designation ‘Washington Consensus’. The concept involved poor aid recipient countries were required to promise governmental reforms before they could receive aid. But, it didn’t work. Pressure to provide aid resulted in recipient countries getting the aid without […] Read more...