The future of work is at the heart of every major socio-economic-political debate raging around the world today. All of these discussions – be they about walls across borders, migrants landing on the beaches of Southern Europe, surveillance policies in Xinjiang, hard or soft Brexits, taxi services in Paris or the concentration of wealth among the 1% – are rooted in the topic of the nature and distribution of work. From work, and what is derived from it – money –comes power.
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