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Continuing the fight for shorter working time

By Frances O'Grady / 10 December, 2019

A four-day week, without loss of pay, is one of our ambitions!

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It’s time for a 4 days working week!

By Aidan Harper / 10 December, 2019

With the rapidly approaching climate breakdown and automation of many work processes, a shorter working week becomes a realistic alternative.

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Why Ireland’s low tax policy has survived for so long

By David Jacobson / 2 December, 2019

Since the late 1950s, Irish governments support foreign investment, and the utilisation of tax and other means in the pursuit of this policy

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Reforming tax policy: a European fight!

Reforming tax policy: a European fight!

By Joseph Stiglitz / 2 December, 2019

Smart taxation: making the economy more social and environment-friendly, and ensuring compatibility with the EU single market.

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Global tax injustice: what are the solutions?

By Antonio Gambini / 2 December, 2019

The growing tax injustice is not limited to the taxation of individuals, it also concerns companies.

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The deceptive opposition between nationalists and progressives

By Didier Fassin / 12 November, 2019

But is his authoritarian neoliberalism so far removed from the positions of those he claims to fight?

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“A decade before the Berlin Wall came down, the corrosion of the social welfare state started with the neoliberal turn”

By Wolfgang Engler / 8 November, 2019

The experience of being East German”), recounts a particular sense of homelessness in the new, western world.

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Defending Progressivism

By Patrick Diamond / 28 October, 2019

The profound difficulty for his concept though is that he lacks both a rigorous analysis of capitalism, and a clear understanding of the enduring importance of nation-states.

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Empirical effects of direct democracy

By Stefan Voigt / 28 October, 2019

Direct democracy tools are neither panacea, nor a danger to democracy – but they do influence decision making.

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Lisbon: a decade of Participatory Budget

By Miguel Silva Graça / 28 October, 2019

The experience has shown that PB clearly lead to a better performance of the municipality itself

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