Dr. Nima Sanandaji is an author and social engineer, known for a stream of comprehensive policy reports and books on enterprise and public administration. He is the author of books such as Debunking Utopia, Scandinavian Unexceptionalism, The Nordic Gender Equality Paradox, SuperEntrepreneurs and Renaissance for Reforms.

Dr. Sanandaji has written over 20 books and 70 public policy reports, on policy issues ranging from women’s career opportunities to technological transformation, taxes, education, and welfare.





In focus

In his most recent report written for Skandia – Idéer för livet, a think tank belonging to the Swedish insurance company Skandia, Dr. Sanandaji outlines the advantages of early interventions to reduce the long-term cost of sick leave. The report highlights that the loss of working hours due to sick leave amounts to a gross sum of 57 billion SEK per year.





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