• 2005-11-16
  • By Ronald Habich
Reading the article by Morten Hansen (TBT #478), didn't particularly help me feel less worried about the format and content of the current education at a high school/ university level in the Baltics. As an economist, I can only rate Morten Hansen's analysis of the European versus the U.S. model as one-sided and limited at best, and indeed (as he proclaimed himself) very populist. If these are to be views that are taught at [Stockholm] School of Economics, which I presume considers itself an institute of science, it will not only leave the students without a proper (broader) understanding of...
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