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The Swedish model and the European integration

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  1. Introduction
  2. The consequences of Sweden's entrance in the European Union
  3. Basic tenants of the swedish model
    1. Swedish national identity and welfare state
    2. Characteristics of the Swedish model
    3. Complexity of the Swedish model
  4. The swedish debate over the european question
    1. The main political forces of Sweden
    2. The most important economic actors on the question of European Union membership
    3. The Swedish conceptions of Europe
  5. The consequences of european union membership on swedish welfare state and economy
  6. Conclusion
  7. Bibliography

Sweden officially joined the European Union on January 1st, 1995. Since that time Sweden is part of the European Union, but it is said to be one of the most Euro-sceptical members of the Union. What are the causes for this strong Swedish Euro-scepticism? It is linked to the special social structure of Sweden, characterized by the well-known universal welfare state, and the Social-Democrat dominated state, linked to the importance of the trade unions in Sweden, as Sweden has approximately 80 percent of Unions' members.
So we can wonder what the consequences of Sweden's entrance in the European Union on the Swedish model were, and focus mainly on its economic aftermath. To what extent can the roots of the Swedish Euro-scepticism be found in the Swedish model? What were the different points of view over the European question in Sweden? Are the doubts over Europe linked to the economic and social results of the European Union membership?

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