Article in The Spectator: “Why Sweden has riots”

In late May, the world was surprised to watch riots and burning buildings in heavily immigrant-populated suburbs of Stockholm. In The Spectator (UK), Johan Norberg writes about the deep divide in Swedish society, a country that has reformed much, but still regulates labour markets and has high entry-level wages. As a result, Sweden has very high immigrant unemployment.

Read the article in The Spectator here.