A couple of weeks ago, it was reported that Canada’s economy had grown by a modest 0.2 per cent during the last month on record, the fifth consecutive month of growth.
This was greeted as good news, as we define a healthy economy as a growing economy, and track our success . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Is A Flawed Tool
In Finland, Denmark, and Sweden, post-secondary education is free, and in the 2011 Global talent index of 62 countries, Finland, Denmark, and Sweden finished in second, third, and eighth positions respectively for the reputation and resources of their business schools and universities. In Denmark, in particular, not only is there no tuition charged to students, . . . → Read More: From Orangutan: To those who think free education means lower quality,