Here is a detailed guide for overseas firms which want to expand into Asia. I write about how to use Singapore as part of the overall business strategy to accelerate and enhance this expansion. This is because Singapore can bridge the cultural and language barriers between, for example, Finland, and other extremely diverse Asian regions.
Archives for December 2015
Today I want to blog about this concept of “incompatible cultures”. I’d been thinking about this topic for a long time, and especially after the influx of 1 million refugees into Europe this year. For starters, some Europeans are insisting vehemently that they are “not racists”, even as some of them attempt to for example, […]
Merry Christmas— I hope you’d enjoyed your Xmas eve dinner! For Christmas this year I received this Santa Claus book from The Boyfriend’s Mom: So I read it after sauna. It’s a really cute book–filled with cute gnomes drawings! And it left me wondering if Santa Claus is real. Haven’t you wondered about it? Hmm..I […]
In Economics, one of the biggest things we learn is to think in terms of what doesn’t happen. The most obvious concept of this is “opportunity cost”, defined as the value of the next best alternative forgone. Whenever you choose to do A, you forgo B–and sometimes B is lost forever. The second biggest thing […]
Today I am going to blog about Finland basic income research that is currently in the preliminary stages, helmed by KELA and a few distinguished professors in Finland. KELA is a social welfare institution in Finland which runs social benefit programs. Finland Basic Income Research has totally been milked by major news outlets via click baits. […]