Tag Archives: labor

DigiPension: Building Capital in the Digital Age

The new European Commission needs a new idea to make the idea of “social Europe” a reality. DigiPension is a great way to achieve that goal.

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Employee Savings in a Digital World

A new way of overcoming the old division between capital and labor is needed — at least to secure one’s old age.

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Health Consequences of Overwork

Death by overwork affects not only the families of the deceased, but also the industries they worked in and the national economy.

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Trump’s Economic Agenda: The State of Dis-Union

The “forgotten” Americans – to whom Trump solemnly promised that they would be forgotten no more – are likely to go empty-handed.

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Liquid Capitalism: Making Sense of Davos

Living under the modern conditions of “liquidity,” humans know that everything can happen—yet nothing can be done with confidence and certainty.

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America’s Home-Made Raw Deal for Workers

Successive U.S. administrations have said the right things on helping workers deal with globalization, but not acted.

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U.S. Employees: Working Hard and Hardly Paid

Americans outwork many peers abroad because their hourly productivity isn’t compensated enough.

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Old Industry in Indonesia: Pictures of a Sugar Cane Community

Industrial communities in Indonesia form community around old sugar cane plants.

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Is the Gender Pay Gap Closing?

Which country performs best in terms of equal pay — US, UK, Germany or Korea?

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A Nation of Home Offices?

How has technology shifted the location of work in the United States?

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