CALL FOR PAPERS: Building Back Better? Just Transitions and the Future of Work - DEADLINE EXTENDED


The coronavirus pandemic has brought into sharp focus the myriad contradictions at the heart of contemporary capitalism. From unresponsive government and economic malaise, to mounting work-life conflicts, social unrest and continuing environmental degradation, solving these challenges requires big thinking unrestrained by business as usual. 

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