Jayati Ghosh highlights the vicious circle between spiralling wealth and corporate political influence.
The Ukraine crisis has shown not only that unlimited trade is impossible but also that it needs to be regulated by values.
Peter Bofinger explains how inflation in the eurozone can be tempered without jeopardising recovery.
In the dusk of neoliberalism a new narrative is needed to untangle the moral and political trade-offs of our times.
If remote working is no longer to be temporary, workers could revitalise previously ‘remote’ areas.
On this World Day for Safety and Health at Work, as every day, some 7,500 workers will die from its absence.
Unions have struggled with health-and-safety responses to Covid-19.
The debate on AI has focused mainly on its potential effect on employment. The impact on equality should not however be missed.
War in Ukraine, the climate challenge and the concept of strategic autonomy are paving the way for a new type of single market.
Stronger legislation than the European Commission envisages is needed to regulate AI and protect workers.
The European Union should apply import tariffs, instead of imposing an embargo.
Can companies dilute national worker-involvement rights by becoming European?
Europe’s central bank is under pressure to raise interest rates to counter rising inflation. It should resist it.
The future could realise the dream of Marx and Keynes for a society beyond work—or a populist nightmare of worklessness.
Rise of telework should dispel the notion that only work in the public sphere is, really, ‘work’.
Amid the impasse over its national recovery plan, a study has shown the very low effectiveness of EU funding in Hungary.
The Conference on the Future of Europe needs to hold out a prospect of a single market that works for its mobile workers.
Informal migrant workers are denied basic social protection and the chance to integrate.
Instead of higher interest rates, Peter Bofinger urges lower VAT on energy and temporary suspension of the CO2 trading system.
Insertion into global value chains in services is no hand-up panacea for the least-developed countries.
Performance pay might be thought to reward merit—but it mainly rewards men.