Sabel and Zeitlin present the persistence of small firms in Europe, against the rise of mass production and modern enterprises. Their article starts by analysing how mass production can be considered a historical necessity for the classical view, as it is a highly specialized structure, where man and machine can …
Charles Sabel and Jonathan Zeitlin
Oxford University Press on behalf of The Past and Present Society
La répartition du revenu est un sujet sensible, à cheval sur l’économie et la question sociale. Il existe une théorie à prétention scientifique qui en explique les bases: la rémunération selon la productivité marginale. Elle ne semble pas neutre socialement. Analysons en la validité sous l'angle théorique et l'angle empirique.
Even if men were perceived as the main protagonists of the Greek crisis, the crisis had a deep impact on disadvantaged groups, in particular migrant women working as domestic labourers. The debate presents the particular impact on migrant women of the downturn and furthermore discusses how migrant struggles and other emancipatory movements impacted the politics of crisis. The first minutes of the video are in German, but the moderator switches to English.
Nelli Kampouri; Debbie Carlos-Valencia
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