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Sweden’s much more ‘free market’ than you think

The country deregulated markets in the 1990s, privatized state-owned companies, cut spending and reduced taxes.

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Deep flaw in EU architecture can erase pro-market reforms

The European Union enjoyed its pinnacle of influence after the Soviet Union collapsed.

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Economic freedom on the wane worldwide

Hong Kong is now thoroughly under the thumb of the freedom-hating Chinese Communist Party.

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Let’s not double-down on the nanny state

Markets are merely patterns of transactions.

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Bombardier has seemingly given millions of taxpayer dollars to executives—while his company struggles to remain profitable.

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If we really want to know how much students value their schools, a market would be a good way to find out.

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Markets respond to consumer needs in intricate, effective and sometimes mysterious ways.

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Why is economic freedom important? Is it intrinsically valuable or is it valuable because of the outcomes it produces?