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Edited by Julieta Haidar and Maarten Keune

This engaging and timely book provides an in-depth analysis of work and labour relations within global platform capitalism with a specific focus on digital platforms that organise labour processes, known as labour platforms. Well-respected contributors thoroughly examine both online and offline platforms, their distinct differences and the important roles they play for both large transnational companies and those with a smaller global reach.
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Imad A. Moosa

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The Economics of COVID-19

Implications of the Pandemic for Economic Thought and Public Policy

Imad A. Moosa

This timely book explores the neglected risk in the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic, illustrating the ways in which four decades of neoliberal economic and public policy has eroded the functional capacity of states to handle catastrophic events.
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Imad A. Moosa

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Imad A. Moosa

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Integrating Europe’s Infrastructure Networks

The Political Economy of the European Infrastructure System

Colin Turner

This timely book explores the long-standing process of infrastructural integration across Europe, with a particular focus on the EU member states. It illuminates the main economic infrastructure sectors, including transport, energy and information, examining how the process of infrastructural integration reflects an alignment of the needs of the states that are the main drivers behind this process.
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Colin Turner

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Thomas I. Palley

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Thomas I. Palley

Tom Palley has made a significant contribution to understanding the meaning and significance of neoliberalism. This chronicle collects some of his best work to explain how global adoption of neoliberal policies over the past thirty years has increased income inequality and created tendencies to stagnation.
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Thomas I. Palley