Denmark: Globalization and the Welfare State Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

This case describe how Denmark has balanced the impacts of globalization, including outsourcing and movement of labour with its social welfare offerings. Reforms executed during the past two decades boosted new company formation, drove down unemployment, and place the nation at or near the top of international surveys on the ease of doing business.

The case describes how Danes invented a consensus that embraced international trade and outsourcing while supporting continuous updating of workplace abilities. In April 2009, Lars L√łkke Rasmussen, the new Prime Minister, is balancing short-term responses to a worldwide downturn against longer-term planning for macroeconomy and the Danish labor market. Can Denmark keep its borders open to the free movement of goods, services, and labour while also prolonging the width of its welfare offerings?

PUBLICATION DATE: March 04, 2009 PRODUCT #: 709015-HCB-ENG

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