The welfare state


The economic model of the Welfare State, the intervention “when and where needed” and the “Greek measure”.

Swedish Prime Minister Tage Erlander and his successor Olaf Palme The “Greek miracle” liberated the people, changed the world and the course of history because it first discovered the “reason” and later brought to human relations the also very important Greek “measure”. Our ancestors believed that in all human activities, economic, political and social, there … Continue reading“The economic model of the Welfare State, the intervention “when and where needed” and the “Greek measure”.”

by Γιάννης ΚουρόγιωργαςSeptember 7, 2022

The Swedish national obsession with work-life balance: A standard six-hour workday without changing wages.

A free translation of the Swedish way of life. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34677949 “Erika Hellstrom loves to be able to close the door to her office at 3:30, before going out for an early night hike in the deep, green forest that surrounds her home in her town. The 34-year-old artistic director had a long and irregular schedule … Continue reading“The Swedish national obsession with work-life balance: A standard six-hour workday without changing wages.”

by Γιάννης ΚουρόγιωργαςSeptember 7, 2022

Canadian doctors are protesting because they are being paid too much.

There are people on our planet who appreciate what they have and do not want more money, you read that right. The following article shows us another world, existing in welfare states, that puts the public interest before the private interest. We do not often see this world around us or even imagine it many … Continue reading“Canadian doctors are protesting because they are being paid too much.”

by Γιάννης ΚουρόγιωργαςSeptember 7, 2022

Public and private health, “the priest and the farmer” in welfare states

Tommy Douglas, a Canadian politician, is known worldwide as the father of Canada’s public health system. We have all understood, following the daily news, that the “waste” that occurs everywhere in public health, medical care or “para-health”, in education or “para-education” and in the defense of the country is not excessive, but it is countless … Continue reading“Public and private health, “the priest and the farmer” in welfare states”

by Γιάννης ΚουρόγιωργαςSeptember 7, 2022

Quality of Life and the Welfare State.

The wealth and success of a country depends on policies that create the potential for a better life. People ultimately lead the effort and write their story that shapes the right environment and prospects for a life full of dignity for all. It is easy to understand today that it is not enough for us … Continue reading“Quality of Life and the Welfare State.”

by Γιάννης ΚουρόγιωργαςSeptember 7, 2022

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