Editorial

Editorial

How Are We Measuring Up?

Let’s take a stroll back to 1950s-60s America. A car turns into a gas station on a sweltering hot day. The driver gets out, stretches his legs, and goes inside to buy an ice cold soda. The man behind the counter greets this regular patron him by name as they banter and engage in small talk. The customer finishes his drink as the gas station attendant fills up his gas tank, checks his oil, cleans the windshield, and gives the …
It shouldn’t be unclear to anyone that Finland is in deep water. Statistics on the halted economic growth, the mushrooming of public debts and unemployment are unyielding signs that we don’t have time to waste.