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Work, but what work?
Editorial by Paule Masson. "The fight for employment has no significance if it is synonymous with the destruction of social rights."
Must we put a price on nature?
As the debate over the biodiversity law shows, it is not easy to steer through the complex controversies surrounding ecological transition. So, if the principle of “polluter (...)
Traders rake in millions
277 French bankers earn more than a million Euros. About 277 employees of various French banks earn more than 1 million Euros annually. This was reported by the financial (...)
Prospects on employment and intellectual laziness
How does the publication of a 400-page report on future job creation and development of professions between 2012 and 2022 help when the authors of the said report have shown (...)
Immanuel Wallerstein: Capitalism in ”structural crisis”
In the collective work “Does Capitalism Have a Future?” the US author states that the “modern world-system” finds itself in “a structural crisis”.

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