Radio Sweden Monday
Financial Rewards: The Nobel Economics Prize goes to Israeli and U.S. citizen, Robert Aumann, and American, Thomas Schelling, for their game theory analysis of economic conflict and cooperation.
Drug detection in the workplace is on the rise....up 10% over the last three years.
And we’re back at the largest cultural event in the Nordic region. Bill Schiller takes us to the International Square at the annual Book Fair in Gothenburg.
Closing Music: Tomas Ledin ”Blå Blå Känslor” (Blue, Blue Feelings)
The Nobel Prize in Economics prize has gone to Israeli US citizen Robert Aumann and American Thomas Schelling for their game theory analysis of economic conflict and cooperation. Dave Russell was at the Royal Academy of Sciences for today’s announcement. He caught up with Professor Kjell Goldman for some insight into the winners’ work:
A leader of the Swedish Green Party has been criticized for asking the police to stop expelling rejected asylum-seekers. Yet, as George Wood explains, one police district is doing just that:
Drug tests at work may not be new in Sweden -– but according to a fresh report they’re on the increase. The study shows that tests are taking place at 7 out of 10 workplaces. That’s a 10 percent rise from three years ago. Azariah Kiros reports:
In Spectrum, Bill Schiller takes us to the International Square at the annual Gothenburg Book Fair – the largest cultural event in the Nordic region: