Category: social sciences

The dice is rolling

Don’t, this is not a probability post where I shall be explaining the odds of getting one of the faces of the dice… and where I could consider that the odds might be constrained by the fact a good thrower

And the Chancellor is…

Last year, a group of researchers from 'Universitat de Valencia', a Spanish University, decided to join the quest for improving election outcomes prediction. The lab was excellent, since Chancellor election was going to start, and this year there were 4

Culture and Welfare

If we acknowledge GDP per capita is a welfare index and it states the degree of economic development of an economy, we could say we are near to assert culture is a good proxy, and a trigger, to that concept.