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Reading Time: 6 minutes The Catholic social teaching on labour emphasizes the concept of a “right to work” at a “just wage”, with work being such that it
Reading Time: 4 minutes Book review of Offer, Avner and Gabriel Söderberg, The Nobel Factor: The Prize in Economics, Social Democracy and the Market Turn, Princeton University Press, Princeton
Reading Time: 5 minutes Neoclassical economists do not or cannot tell you why the supply-sided pathway for rapid growth, like labour market flexibility, worsens the situation in a
Reading Time: 5 minutes What comes to our minds when we think of omnipotence? The idea that something is all-powerful, all encompassing. The Cambridge dictionary defines the omnipotent
Reading Time: 6 minutes The world marked the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II, regarded as the deadliest conflict in history, earlier this week. The
Reading Time: 4 minutes Ce qu’on voit et ce qu’on ne voit pas. That which we see, and that which we do not see. As philosophical as it sounds,