Captus

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Captus is an independent Swedish think-tank that was founded in Malmö in 2005.[1][2] It regularly publish articles mainly in Swedish but also in international media such as The Guardian, Human Events, The Wall Street Journal,[3] FrontPage Magazine and The American Enterprise. Captus also publishes reports on issues ranging from labour market regulations to integration policy, from waste and environmental management to Iranian energy subsidies.

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  1. ^ About Captus captus.com
  2. ^ "Captus". Think Tank Network. Retrieved 22 June 2016.
  3. ^ Nima Sanandaji och Johnny Munkhammar: Eastern Europe's Lesson for the West Wall Street Journal, 18 November 2009.

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