Chapter 10: Coherent or split societies?
The Impact on Labour Markets and Welfare States
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This final chapter will discuss the overall possible consequences of these changes for welfare societies. It also looks into whether we will see more coherent or increasingly split societies as a consequence of these changes, while at the same time, whether we might enter a time where work is no longer as central as it has been historically. An opening of the debate on societies where we work less than previously might thus be one option.

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