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Reducing Inequalities In Europe

Author : Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead
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International debate has recently focused on increased inequalities and the adverse effects they may have on both social and economic developments. Income inequality, now at its highest level for the past half-century, may not only undermine the sustainability of European social policy but also put at risk Europe’s sustainable recovery. A common feature of recent reports on inequality (ILO, OECD, IMF, 2015–17) is their recognition that the causes emerge from mechanisms in the world of work. The purpose of this book is to investigate the possible role of industrial relations, and labour policies more generally, in reducing these inequalities.

Oecd Environmental Performance Reviews Oecd Environmental Performance Reviews Spain 2015

Author : OECD
ISBN : 9789264226883
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This report evaluates Spain's progress towards sustainable development and green growth, with a focus on biodiversity and the environmental performance of the private sector.

Tudes Conomiques De L Ocde Espagne 2012

Author : OECD
ISBN : 9789264130340
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L'Étude économique de l'OCDE pour la Espagne 2012 examine les récents développements économiques, politiques, et les perspectives et jette un regard plus détaillé sur désendetter le secteur privé et surmonter la crise bancaire et sur les perspectives d’emploi des jeunes actifs.

Industry And Work In Contemporary Capitalism

Author : Victoria Goddard
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Throughout history and in every geographical location, the rise and fall of industry, which impact the fate of large populations, are tied to the development and cultural entanglement of particular models that are articulated with political power. Models are understood as knowledge devices – expert, theoretical, practical and commonsense – that are embedded in cultural and social environments and designed through struggles at various scales. This book results from the collaboration of an interdisciplinary team bringing together specialists in anthropology, geography, sociology, economics, political science, mathematics and engineering around the theme of ‘Models and their Effects on Development Paths’. Based on empirical research conducted on the heavy industries, Industry and Work in Contemporary Capitalism addresses how models that inform the organization of work and production and are created by powerful actors may diverge from, overlap with, or contradict the models articulated by less powerful actors on the ground, and how they are connected across material and cultural spaces. Careful observation of industrial work and production as they unfold in and across specific localities and affects people’s livelihoods is complemented by analysis of how models circulate, through which channels of power, which institutional entities, which political connections. This volume explores an extensive theoretical terrain and a number of empirical cases that show, from different perspectives, how ideas about the economy, about work and industry, materialize in specific practices and interventions that affect people’s livelihoods.

1812 Echoes

Author : Adam Sharman
ISBN : 9781443850834
Genre : History
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This book commemorates the bicentenary of the landmark Spanish Constitution of 1812. Drafted by Spanish and colonial Spanish American liberals (and non-liberals) holed up in Cadiz as Napoleon’s troops occupied the surrounding hills, this war-time Constitution set out radically to redefine ‘the Spanish nation’ for a new age. In the event, it divided Spaniards and threw into sharp relief the question of Spain’s legitimacy in her American colonies. Cadiz 1812 is a defining moment in the modern history of the Spanish-speaking world. Bringing together specialists in the history, politics and culture of Spain and Latin America (the Cadiz text was a cultural and ethnic document as much as a politico-legal one), this volume represents the only large-scale commemoration in the UK of one of the world’s first liberal constitutional tracts. The point of the book, however, as of the conference and accompanying exhibition on which it is based, is not solely to reflect on the significance and repercussions of Cadiz 1812 on both sides of the Hispanic Atlantic at the time. The book also considers later interpretations of Cadiz 1812 and examines, in addition, other constitutions in the Spanish-speaking world beyond 1812. Subjects treated include: Spain’s crisis of absolutism; the Inquisition before the Constitution; liberalism and Catholicism; discourses of the 1812 Constitution; the question of sovereignty; political theatre during the Napoleonic invasion; Goya; the Spanish crisis in the British press; Lord Holland and Blanco White; Pérez Galdós’s Cádiz; futuristic literary representations of Spain’s nineteenth-century crisis; political and philosophical echoes in Latin America in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries – in Cúcuta, Mexico, Argentina and Cuba; and, finally, politico-philosophical echoes in Spain – in the Liberal Triennium, in the mid-nineteenth century, in the Spanish Second Republic, in 1978, and in 2011 in the midst of the financial (but it is also a constitutional) crisis. The volume includes a specially-conducted interview with Spanish politician Alfonso Guerra, one of the figures behind the Spanish Constitution of 1978.

La Evaluaci N De Leyes Y Regulaciones El Caso De La C Mara De Diputados De Chile

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Este informe evalúa y analiza la evaluación la ley en Chile y hace algunas recomendaciones relacionadas con las cuestiones institucionales, metodológicos y de gobierno.

Siempre

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Regulaci N Del Mercado De Energ A El Ctrica En Am Rica Latina

Author : Luis Ferney Moreno
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Esta investigación llena el vacío, hasta el momento existente en la literatura, de un análisis dogmático y crítico de los dos principales modelos de regulación de los servicios públicos, el de monopolio estatal y el de libertad económica, y de la síntesis de tipo fichteano (la libertad con intervención) que nuestros ordenamientos jurídicos han intentado durante las últimas décadas. Solo un estudio como este, en perspectiva histórica y dialéctica, permite comprender las tensiones esquizofrénicas en las que se debate la regulación de los servicios públicos en el siglo presente.

El Camino De La Esperanza

Author : Stéphane Hessel
ISBN : 9788423315581
Genre : Political Science
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«Es nuestro propósito denunciar el curso perverso de una política ciega que nos conduce al desastre. Es el de enunciar una vía política de salvación pública. Es el de anunciar una nueva esperanza.»Tras proclamar en ¡Indignaos! y ¡Comprometeos! la necesidad de dar un paso adelante si queremos cambiar aquello que no nos gusta de nuestra realidad social y política, Stéphane Hessel se alía en este libro con uno de los grandes intelectuales europeos del siglo xx, el filósofo Edgar Morin, para ir aún más allá en su llamada a la movilización cívica. Hessel y Morin, dos nonagenarios que no han perdido un ápice del espíritu combativo que los llevó a luchar con la Resistencia, apelan aquí a la imaginación y a la exigencia ciudadana para devolverle un horizonte al siglo en que vivimos, un porvenir a nuestro planeta y una esperanza a todos aquellos a los que hoy en día se les ha negado. Lo hacen a través de propuestas concretas, como la creación de un gobierno mundial, la revitalización de la solidaridad mediante la creación de Casas de Fraternidad, el desarrollo de una economía plural que favorezca a las pequeñas y medianas empresas e impulse un nuevo modelo de consumo, la implementación de una reforma laboral basada en los principios de la racionalidad y la democratización de la enseñanza, en la que es necesario, reclaman, que cobren mayor importancia las humanidades.Esta vez, a una sola voz, Hessel y Morin pregonan «una política del desear vivir y del revivir que nos arranque de una apatía y una resignación mortales». «Una obra con la que los dos veteranos resistentes y “jóvenes” autores de éxito reafirman su compromiso y pregonan la exigencia ciudadana.» Le Figaro

Libros Clasificados Y Catalogados

Author : Spain. Ministerio de Trabajo. Sección de Estudios y Biblioteca
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