Nima Sanandaji

Nima Sanandaji speaking in Norway, 2017 Nima Sanandaji (born June 30, 1981) is a center-right liberal-conservative Iranian-Swedish social and natural researcher. As of 2021, he has 150 scientific mentions related to economics, social sciences, history, biotechnology, polymer technology and physical chemistry. He has published more than 25 books on innovation, entrepreneurship, women’s career opportunities, the history of enterprise and the Nordic welfare states.

Sanandaji is the president of the pro-business think tank European Centre for Entrepreneurship and Policy Reform. He is a co-founder of the Stockholm-based pro-market think tank Captus, which he headed as CEO for several years until 2011. He has conducted research in biochemistry, physical chemistry and polymer technology at Chalmers University of Technology, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Cambridge University and holds two PhDs from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. He was written or cooperated with various liberal-conservative think tanks, such as Timbro, Institute of Economic Affairs, Cato Institute, and Centre for Policy Studies.

His attacks on the Nordic model of the Welfare State inspired a chapter in the 2019 Economic Report of the President, published by the US White House under the conservative administration of Donald J. Trump. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Norquist, Grover Glenn
Published 2014
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