… all the factors – and their relative importance – that prevent people from voting.

By Anita McGahan, Associate Dean, Research, Rotman School of Management and Munk School of Global Affairs,  University of Toronto

If only we knew all the factors – and their relative importance – that prevent people from voting.

If only we knew the lowest cost of the highest quality of healthcare.

If only we knew how to integrate education globally so that international students co-learn effectively.

If only we knew how to deliver education on the web cheaply and with high-touch customization.

If only we knew how to tap the wisdom of our elders while providing great quality of life after retirement in housing, healthcare and opportunity.

If only we knew how to operate utilities (including energy and transportation systems) safely, consistently, and cost-effectively.

If only we knew how to deal with climate change.

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