Christian Kellermann and Mareike Winkler open a Social Europe series on artificial intelligence, arguing that regulation will be needed to ensure prosperity for all.
Social Europe Columns & Interviews
Social Europe columns are op-ed style comment and analysis articles on issues in politics, economy and employment & labour. We also sometimes publish interviews and conversations with leading decision-makers and thinkers.
Confederation, the new force on the far right in Poland which broke through in the parliamentary elections, is the party of (male) privilege, not precarity.
Europe’s internal fault lines over migration bedevil its capacity to act coherently on the issue on the international stage.
It is wrong to believe the financial sector will contribute to ecological transformation. Economic and environmental policies remain key.
Publicly-owned fibre networks don’t just mean free WiFi. From energy grids to smart transport, they will be the backbone of a new, green socialist economy.
Sheri Berman warns that, however self-evident the crisis of this neoliberal phase of capitalism may appear, it will not automatically collapse.
The European Union has been on a path-dependent trajectory since its foundation towards market-clearing. Its mission needs to be redefined as social-embedding.
The Council of the EU has agreed a recommendation on access to social protection. Is the glass half-full or half-empty?
Continuing our series on a ‘just transition’, Ludovic Voet stresses that allocating European funding is no substitute for a strategy to achieve it.
After more than a year of grim scientific projections and growing activism, world leaders are increasingly recognising the urgency of the climate crisis. Yet nothing has been done.
Éloi Laurent opens a Social Europe series on the ‘just transition’ by framing it in the context of the social-ecological state.
The best model for the EU is one of differentiated integration—but with a soft rather than a hard core of member states.