Reconciliation of procedural and distributive justice in the EU hinges on citizens’ support.
Columns & Interviews
by Esther Lynch on
A framework agreement between the social partners should ensure job security and worker involvement are prioritised across the European Union.
Mandatory activation conditions for social-assistance recipients should be suspended during the pandemic.
by Fernando Rejón Sanchez on
The ERTE job-protection scheme to combat the economic effects of the pandemic has left Spain well-prepared to face its aftermath.
by Guido Montani on
European citizenship must be invested with more political significance—and never treated as a commodity for sale.
by Pompeo Della Posta on
What stops public debt being monetised to avoid the pain of prolonged austerity after the pandemic? An obsolete economic theory of ‘credibility’.
by Karin Pettersson on
Karin Pettersson argues that struggles around race and gender are fundamentally about inclusion on an equal footing in the political community.
by Khaled Diab on
No one should be smug about racism in Europe. Here too there is a toxic interaction between ethnicity, equality and the environment.
The pandemic has seen a surge in remote working. Collective agreements are needed to ensure individual autonomy, rather than monitored isolation, is the outcome.
by Katharina Pistor on
The financial system has turned credit intermediation into a debt mint.
by John Palmer on
The mammoth European Council meeting agreed a diminished recovery package—yet one with still huge ramifications.
by Maria Skóra on
The presidential election in Poland was an intolerant affair—and the argument isn’t over yet.
The Covid-19 crisis could leave in its wake an even more authoritarian, nationalistic world unless progressive alternatives are articulated.
by Marc Saxer on
The coronavirus crisis is an opportunity to shake up the social formation.