Mike Delich can repeat his opinion and fantasy of the terrible 1990s under the NDP, but those who can and do read will know better. (“Fernie forum has clear winner,” The Free Press, May 2).
He claims: “The NDP decade of decline is now used as a case study in business schools to teach students how poor government policy can quickly take a strong economy and turn it into a weak economy.”
Delich’s unbelievable claim sounds fishy to this former professor of business and public policy, author of a case study and user of hundreds of others. Missing is the author of the study, who published it and what business schools are using it. My search of case study publishers came up empty. Until proper citations are provided, the reader has no choice but to call this unbelievable claim just that—unbelievable.
William G. Hills