WSJ had this article about India's cram schools for college entrance exam. It is pretty astouning. This reminds me of Taiwan, which had similar things before. This is perhaps how most Asian students develope their math and science skills.
I am an Associate Professor of Economics at Winona State University, where I teach Macroeconomics, International Economics and Forecasting Methods. This blog will provide my observations and collection of news, information, articles, and videos on the issues of global economies, finance, and business.