Hypnosis

Films by Johan Norberg

 

Economic Freedom in Action: Changing Lives

Economic Freedom in Action: Changing Lives

2013

From Zambia to South Korea, from Slovakia to Chile, a rise in economic freedom has led to increased prosperity and longevity, allowing more people to rise out of poverty and build positive futures for themselves and their children. By reviewing and explaining the findings of the latest Economic Freedom of the World Index, the program reveals — in personal and dramatic terms — the impact of increased economic freedom on the lives of ordinary citizens across the globe.

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Europe’s Debt: America’s Crisis?

Europe’s Debt: America’s Crisis?

2012

Four investigative reports, in Greece, Brussels, California and Washington D.C., highlight Europe’s current debt crisis and its connection to the U.S. economy. In a conference center and restaurant in Malmo, young thinkers from around the world react to the presentations, trying to find out “Where did Europe go wrong” and “is the United States now repeating the same mistakes?”

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Free or Equal?<br>Revisiting Milton Friedman’s Ideas on the<br>Struggle Between Freedom and Equality

Free or Equal?
Revisiting Milton Friedman’s Ideas on the
Struggle Between Freedom and Equality

2011

Thirty years after Milton Friedman’s television series Free to Choose, Johan Norberg travels in Friedman’s footsteps to see what has actually happened in the places Friedman’s ideas helped transform. Central to his examination are the perennial questions concerning power and prosperity, and the trade-offs between individual liberty and income equality.

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Overdose: The Next Financial Crisis

Overdose: The Next Financial Crisis

2010

A look at how we got into the financial crisis and how our way of dealing with it is repeating many of those mistakes. Among those interviewed are experts who were mocked when they predicted the current crisis. Other interviewees include Nobel laureate Vernon Smith and former US Comptroller General David Walker. The film is based on Johan Norberg’s book Financial Fiasco, and co-written and directed by Martin Borgs.

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The Ultimate Resource

The Ultimate Resource

2008

When given the right incentives and tools, people around the world are proving they can apply their intelligence, imagination and spirit to dramatically advance their well-being and that of their families and communities. Johan Norberg, Hernando de Soto, Muhammed Yunus and others look at the world’s ultimate resource – people.

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Globalisation is good

Globalisation is good

2003

As the debate on globalization gets more intense, Johan Norberg travels to some of the poorest countries in the world to look at what creates growth or poverty. He visits farmers in Kenya, sweatshops in Vietnam and looks at how Taiwan got rich. The conclusion is that the world needs more globalization, not less. The film is based on Johan Norberg’s book In Defence of Global Capitalism.

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