Costs of Political Intermediation and Sustainability of the European Social Model in Health Care: the Dutch Example

1. The European Social Model can be Safeguarded only by Agreeing to Reshape it

Europe will not emerge from the Great Crisis to take up where it left off. Like it or not, and even if politicians, especially in Italy with few exceptions, do their best to reassure and treat their voters as small children from whom it is always advisable to hide the ugly truth (and voters do little to have somebody tell them), it would certainly not be possible to revive the old industrial society, its certainties, its rhythms, its stable and standardised prospects. Read More