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Change in share of benefits from economic growth Capital’s share on the up and labour’s declining
For half a century, post World War II, the division of the spoils of economic growth between labour and capital remained stable.
23 Jul 2013 - J. L.
Is the battle between labour and capital building? Socio-political order and economic structures under pressure
In the wake of the lingering global economic crisis public sectors across the European Union (EU) have been cut back and working-class gains from the post-war period seriously undermined.
19 Jul 2013
Crisis in European Union deepens Britain bids for more say in solving the debt crisis
While the failure of the 27-member European Union (EU) to adopt a budget for the period 2014 to 2020 does not pose an immediate threat to the organisation
04 Dec 2012 - P. C.
Recessions and depressions Return of recession will test European social cohesion
A popular backlash is building against austerity measures, resulting in cuts to public services and what amounts to internal devaluation policies.
27 Nov 2012 - P. C.




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