Braunerhjelm in the Atlantic: Why Sweden has so many start-ups

Even though Sweden is a high tax country, there are 20 start-ups per 1,000 employees, compared to just five in the United States. Why is that? One reason is that if you make it more difficult for monopolies to dominate the market, then you will have new firms entering the market, Pontus Braunerhjelm, research director Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum and professor KTH, says in the Atlantic.

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