Friday, January 14, 2005
Paul Krugman has an interesting example for Americans concerned about their social security system: Britain. And we're the "How not to do it" section. It's good reading - sometimes the best view on your own problems comes from watching other people's. The UK has basically chosen a sort of negative social partnership, after all: government, individuals and business have all agreed equally to not put money in the system.
Posted by Alex at 2:38 pm