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    • 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 ...
    • 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).
    • 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 ...