Saturday, November 19, 2005

Another social model that never really was

Via Phil at Finland for Thought:

Johan Norberg discovers that the Sweden government measures unemployment differently than other countries. Sweden boasts of a 5.4% unemployment rate, but if they measured it the same way as the U.S., Australia, France, U.K. and others do, their true unemployment rate is 10.3% - Quite sneaky!! But not surprising.
What next? The announcement of the end another successful 5 year plan?

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