(c) Johan Fourie

A picture is worth a thousand regressions: Dr Adoons in the Kruger National Park

Nature is often full of surprises, but I was not expecting to find such convincing evidence to prove that numeracy is not a good indicator of human capital while on safari in the Kruger National Park. Having questioned the ability of numeracy to capture human capital attainment in a recent paper, Dr Adoons (pictured), with little need for statistical tables or econometric regressions, provide irrefutable evidence that my hypothesis cannot be rejected. Joerg Baten has a lot of explaining to do.