Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Johan Norberg


Featured Publication

  • The Wealth of Generations. Capitalism and the Belief in the Future 02 November 2005 | OP98
    The 22nd Annual Johyn Bonython Lecture delivered by Johan Norberg In this lecture, with optimism and humour, Johan Norberg looks forward to a future which can only improve with greater freedom, increased knowledge, wealth and technology on our side. By…...
    The 22nd Annual Johyn Bonython Lecture delivered by Johan Norberg In this lecture, with optimism and humour, Johan Norberg looks forward to a future which can only improve with greater freedom, increased knowledge, wealth and technology on our side. By…
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Media & Commentary

  • Don't worry be happy 24 October 2005 | The New Zealand Herald
    We are wealthier, healthier and happier than we have ever been. Each successive generation has been able to build upon the knowledge, technology and wealth of earlier generations and add its own. We have reduced poverty, created wealth and increased…
    We are wealthier, healthier and happier than we have ever been. Each successive generation has been able to build upon the knowledge, technology and wealth of earlier generations and add its own. We have reduced poverty, created wealth and increased…
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Publications

  • In Defence of Global Capitalism 02 June 2005 | SP08
    Norberg refutes, systematically and thoroughly, the tenets of the anti-globalisation movement.  Johan Norberg illustrates how free market policies, contrary to popular assumption, have brought about better health, greater wealth and less poverty across the globe.  Hunger, infant mortality and inequality have diminished under capitalism and poor countries who have liberalised…...
    Norberg refutes, systematically and thoroughly, the tenets of the anti-globalisation movement.  Johan Norberg illustrates how free market policies, contrary to popular assumption, have brought about better health, greater wealth and less poverty across the globe.  Hunger, infant mortality and inequality have diminished under capitalism and poor countries who have liberalised…
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