In his latest book, The Political Power of Global Corporations, John Mikler, professor of international relations at the University of Sydney, investigates the political turnaround of large multinationals. We met him.
The Director of the OCSE Department of Labour and Social Policies has no doubts: “Automation will not create unemployment. The only way to limit the polarizing effect between workers and high and low qualifications will be continuous training.”
A conversation with the winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics: We have to rewrite market rules. Today, the system guarantees the accumulation of financial wealth, and discourages investment in the real economy
A deal was reached after years of debate: multinational companies will have to pay a global minimum tax of 15%. This decision was taken by the finance ministers of the G7 in June 2021 and confirmed at the G20 in July.
The Italian economy is on the mend with the latest forecasts apparently very positive: GDP growth in the second quarter of 2021 is +2.7%. This rebound, however, is missing something: women participating in the labour market, a potential of between 50 billion to 150 billion euros in terms of GDP.
The president of Minotauro in Milan and professor of psychology at the Milano-Bicocca University explains that “the new challenge for education is digital education, finally taking its first steps towards a school model”.