So Norway enjoys the same high standards of living that the US does.
And it kind of miffs me because not only are they socialist, but they have been working a full 25% less per year than their US counterparts. They're working a paltry 1400 hours per year whilst we slave away here in the US for almost 1900 hours, yet they STILL ENJOY THE SAME STANDARDS OF LIVING!
How is this possible?
Well I know how they do it, but I'm curious to see if any aspiring economists out there do.
I'm also half tempted to pay for an aspiring economist to come up with a chart the demonstrates what I'm thinking.