By Jon Pareliussen, OECD Economics Department “When I say ‘climate change’, what do you think of? I think of jobs… Read More »Beyond blah blah blah: taking action to reduce emissions in Sweden
by Boris Cournède, Maria Chiara Cavalleri, Volker Ziemann, OECD Housing, a large and volatile sector, is often at the centre… Read More »Are there ways to protect economies against potential future housing busts?
by Jon Pareliussen, Sweden Desk, OECD Economics Department Swedish schools entered the 1990s from a position of strength, as one… Read More »Sweden’s schools: lessons from history to build a better future
Mr. Jon Pareliussen, Economist, Sweden/Finland desk, Economics Department The Nordics are rightly renowned for being inclusive societies with low inequality compared to… Read More »A balancing act: Why inequality increased in the Nordics
by Jon Pareliussen, Sweden Desk, OECD Economics Department Income equality is perceived by many as steadily embedded in Swedish society,… Read More »Structural Inequality – The Case of Sweden
by Christophe André, Swedish Desk, Country Studies Branch, OECD Economics Department As shown in the Economic Survey, Sweden ranks among… Read More »Sweden is a champion of gender equality, but parity is not reached yet
By Christophe Andre, Swedish Desk, Country Studies Branch, OECD Economics Department The Swedish economy has been growing at over 3%… Read More »The Swedish economic boom: can it last?
by Jon Pareliussen, Swedish Desk, Country Studies Branch, OECD Economics Department “Equality is a utopia (…) that must be constantly… Read More »Conquering utopia anew – Income inequality in Sweden