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    • The challenge for economic and social welfare: maintaining the balance between employment and wage recovery 

      Peñaloza Méndez, Andrés (Universidad La Salle, Facultad de Negocios, 2020)
      Strictly speaking, the recovery of formal jobs in the private sector began last July. Insured workers with an associated salary, which represent 99% of those insured by the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), ...
    • The covid-19 crisis and its effects on employment and poverty in Mexico 

      Meza Maldonado, Diana Jazmín; Hernández Ruiz, José Luis (Universidad La Salle, Facultad de Negocios, 2020)
      COVID-19 has caused a serious crisis in emerging economies, bringing increased nemployment rates and millions of inhabitants living in extreme poverty. The objective of this document is to analyze the effects of the ...
    • The labor market situation in Mexico before and during COVID-19 

      Jimenez Bandala, Carlos Alberto; Peralta, José Daniel; Sánchez, Enrique; Ian, Márquez Olvera; Diana, Arellano Aceves (Universidad La Salle, Facultad de Negocios, 2020)
      Labor market indicators showed significant improvements during 2018 and 2019, in particular, the employed population without benefits presented its lowest level in 15 years, which represents a decline in labor precariousness. ...
    • The Meaning of Work in a Sustainable Society 

      Belamy Foster, John (Universidad La Salle, Facultad de Negocios, 2019-11)
      The nature and meaning of work, as it pertains to a future society, has deeply divided ecological, socialist, utopian, and Romantic thinkers since the Industrial Revolution. Some radical theorists have seen a more just ...
    • The New Service Proletariat 

      Antunes, Ricardo (Universidad La Salle, Facultad de Negocios, 2019-11)
      In recent decades, the spread of information technology, industrial automation, and other innovations has inspired visions of a coming “postindustrial society of services,” in which the proletariat as it existed in earlier ...
    • The underlying Causes of immigration from Mexico to the United States: structures of deprivation 

      Regil Castilla, Álvaro de (Universidad La Salle, Facultad de Negocios, 2019-11)
      This paper focuses on the underlying causes of immigration from Mexico to the United States from a political and socio- economic viewpoint. However, the root causes behind the flows of emigrants in other regions of the ...
    • The world of labor in Mexico in a Neoliberal context 

      Estrada Nava, Karen (Universidad La Salle, Facultad de Negocios, 2020)
      The Neoliberal context has precarious the labor context in Mexico. The unemployment rate decreased from 7.5% in 1973 to 3.6% in 2017, however, temporary jobs predominate. In addition, the minimum wage decreased case 30% ...
    • Wage Gaps: wage rates for all employed in manufacturing 

      The Jus Semper Global Alliance; (Lasalle), Universidad La Salle;;3187538 (Universidad La Salle, Facultad de Negocios, 2019-11)
      2019 ReportManufacturing wage gaps for Group of Seven (G7) large economies and other selected economies, including "emerging" economies with available wage and PPP data (1996-2017).
    • Welfare Basket 2020, background, comparison and methodological proposal 

      Márquez Olvera, Ian; Arellano Aceves, Diana; Jimenez Bandala, Carlos Alberto; Meneses Ruiz, Dulce Maria (Universidad La Salle, Facultad de Negocios, 2020)
      Since of 2019, the International Observatory of Living Wages began the construction of a "Wellbeing Basket" as the set of goods and services to which an individual must have access with their purchasing power for their ...
    • What are we saying when we talk about Sustainability?: an ecological political proposal 

      Toledo Manzur, Victor Manuel (Universidad La Salle, Facultad de Negocios, 2019-11)
      If you consider 1987 (the Brundtland Report) as the official beginning of the idea of sustainability, the term has made a brilliant journey of almost three decades and is still alive. In its evolution, it has become at the ...