In Finnish schools, 14-16-year-old students have a right to two hours of conversation with a vocational guidance counsellor once a week. In the Canadian province Quebec, students prepare their Individualized Educational Plans and take part in many activities helping them to develop their skills and passions (…)
But you cannot build economic well-being only on pro-democratic political changes. You also need economic freedom and all the other keywords listed above.
It is definitely not a small amount; in 2012 alone the expenditure of the state oscillated around 680 billion PLN, and speaking more lucidly, 18,261 PLN per person.
The addition of the fully-funded pillar to the pre-existent PAYG pension systems increases the security of a pension
(…) there is an interaction between the labour market institutions, there is a need to introduce wide-ranging reforms whose effects will be sustainable and visible for a long period of time.
The Nordic pension schemes’ primary characteristic is the high effective retirement age, which was achieved thanks to the limitation of the possibility of earlier professional deactivation and to the creation of numerous encouragements for longer presence in the labour market.
There is a strong correlation between the level of spatial development regulation and the real estate price.
Regular 4liberty.eu Think Tank meeting was hosted in Vilnius (Lithuania) on April 3-4, 2012. Representatives of 10 think tanks participated in the meeting to discuss joint projects and recent developments in their institutes – The Lithuanian Free Market Institute, Republikon Institute (Hungary), FOR (Poland), Projekt Polska (Poland), Liberte! (Poland), Institute for Economic and Social Studies (Slovakia), The F. A. Hayek Foundation (Slovakia), Liberalni Institute (Czech Republic), Institute for Market Economy (Bulgaria) and Academy of Liberalism…