Two Pakistani trade unionists explain in interview why the EU supply-chain directive must be unblocked.
Three years on, the lesson of the EU’s post-pandemic recovery fund is that building economic resilience is a long-term endeavour.
The latest proposals from the European Commission could put European Works Councils on a firmer footing.
Technological innovation at work should be thought of in terms of supporting labour, not supplanting it.
Kyiv’s need for self-defence has pushed the country towards far-reaching expansion of the state’s economic role.
Those with seats at the table of the international financial institutions, Jayati Ghosh writes, cling to their power.
The new EU fiscal rules being finalised would still leave central- and eastern-European states such as Latvia in a bind.
As men in expensive suits discuss running the world at Davos this week, taxation can rein in their power.
The austerity package stemming from an adverse constitutional Court ruling, Peter Bofinger writes, defies logic.
The Schuldenbremse is often depicted as a bulwark against inflation. Actually, it can contribute to rising prices.
Workers must have a collective voice in the design of artificial-intelligence systems for the workplace.
A right to disconect, collective bargaining and public procurement are the levers to reduce excessive working hours.
Weak competition on labour markets means wages are often set below the market-clearing level.
The new version of the pre-pandemic fiscal rules, if imposed, would jeopardise the European economy.
European trade unions are mobilising today in Brussels against the austerity which would follow reimplanted fiscal rules.
Rising interest rates have devalued central banks’ assets, creating demands for recapitalisation. Time for a debate.
Finance ministers must forestall reapplication of the existing fiscal rules, to prevent a disastrous renewal of austerity.
Claudia Goldin’s Nobel prize puts women’s labour-force participation and the gender pay gap at the centre of economics.
We need to find a path to peaceful coexistence and co-operation, fixing the social and economic damage of the last three decades
Tesla faces its first ever strike after refusing to negotiate with the Swedish trade union IF Metall.
A genuine assault on individual and corporate tax evasion, Jayati Ghosh writes, would tap vast revenue resources.