Who Says That Calculation Is Impossible?

Central Planning and Calculation in the European Union

Europe's $86 billion research program to create 925,000 jobs, says report

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This is the U.S.S.R's

This is the U.S.S.R's Gosplan redux! More economic error then one could shake a whole forest of sticks at.

Thats the kind of program

Thats the kind of program government should be involved in. We all need the 'good things in life' especially if someone else pays. Cause you never know, some poor slob could be missing out and a goverment job could be a great way for losers to experience how great things can be!!!
bwaahahahahah....:bomb::bomb::bomb:

Those are some very

Those are some very well-paying jobs if distributed just to salary, but I suppose that's not the case:

86 billion divided by 925 000 = 92 972.973

Hus, Are you suggesting that

Hus,

Are you suggesting that employment is a cost-free endeavour?

Certainly, for a private sector job with a profit-making company, the cost is negative.

Regards, Don

Don Lloyd, Are you

Don Lloyd,

Are you suggesting that employment is a cost-free endeavour?

Hus, I’d be curious to

Hus,

I’d be curious to know how much it costs to create 1 million jobs (just to round up from 925,000) just by industry, etc.

Creating jobs is not a cost. All Europe needs to do is dismantle its tax and regulatory framework and phase out its welfare state, and get out of the way.

Regards, Don

I'd be curious to know how

I'd be curious to know how much it costs to create 1 million jobs (just to round up from 925,000) just by industry, etc.