Category Archives: Spain

California May Be Stupid but We Need Many Experiments

Catalonia is in the news because it wants to split from Spain but many other areas such as California need to govern themselves, too. Good science requires many experiments and political science is no exception. It’s absurd for California, New … Continue reading

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Catalonia and the Rise of Europe Over China

Marian Tupy writes of the Catalonian secession movement: Since their separation, tensions between Czechs and Slovaks have disappeared and the two are, once again, the very best of friends. The Czechs no longer subsidize their poorer cousins in the east, … Continue reading

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Young Spaniards Emigrating to Chile

El Mostrador recently published a story about young Spaniards fleeing the crisis in Spain and emigrating to Chile to search for work. The USA remains not only the richest English country, but also the richest Spanish country, the first choice … Continue reading

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Will Spain Emulate the Chilean Economic Model?

Start-Up Chile board member Vivek Wadhwa recently wrote about his trip to Spain to encourage them to view Chile as an economic model: I recently traveled to Bilbao, Spain, to talk to government administrators, business people and academics about growing … Continue reading

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