The Swedish Conservative Party and the Welfare State: Institutional Change and Adapting Preferences

Anders Lindbom 2006

Arbetsrapport 2006 nr.12

The paper argues that the Swedish ‘neo-liberal’ party (Moderaterna) has adapted its policies due to the popularity of the ‘universal’ Swedish welfare state. Over time, the party in its rhetoric and ideological statements has emphasised the short and the long run differently. However, differences between the ‘neo-liberal’ 1980s and 2006 should not conceal that the party has come to accept that the modern welfare state is irreplaceable.

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Arbetsrapport 2006 nr.12

The paper argues that the Swedish ‘neo-liberal’ party (Moderaterna) has adapted its policies due to the popularity of the ‘universal’ Swedish welfare state. Over time, the party in its rhetoric and ideological statements has emphasised the short and the long run differently. However, differences between the ‘neo-liberal’ 1980s and 2006 should not conceal that the party has come to accept that the modern welfare state is irreplaceable.

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