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I'm looking for such theories which are more efficacious to analyze the news-framing except the Political Economy Theory.
Any publications on the political economy of transitional justice?
I'm writing a book about managerialism as an ideology and I would like to have the most comprehensive and diversify perception of the phenomenon. Can you recommand me some readings to improve my knowledge about it? Academic literature (or not) in French, English or German will be welcomed and very appreciated
I am interested in analyzing the transfer from rentier sectors towards manufacturing sectors in Latin America, based on the reproduction schemes of Marx.
Latin American countires are very dependent of the economic activities related to the appropiation of ground rent. In this sense, the measure of this category emerge as key aspect of macroeconomic study for this countries
Before implementing a pension reform some conditions and measures have to be taken mainly in political, social and administration era. For example, in political scope, different parties and unions have to yield a consensus to prevent likely protests after the reform. In the other hand, some measures have to be taken after the implementing the reform as well.
I need some articles that study the experience of other countries in taking (or even no taking) the above measures.
Any help is appreciated.
We can maybe discuss some cases nowadays.
Which initiatives do you think are "compelling" to achieve the aim of integration?
Abstract of the book:
The book is an original work presenting an ethical philosophy based on equal human rights. The author argues that only people with equal rights can make social knowledge objective. Considering that people have never had equal rights, social sciences have not discovered the essential point of their existence. Social scientists need to embrace social teaching based on equal human rights. Such knowledge would uncover the values necessary for a good life. Establishing equal human rights will bring radical reforms to the political economy, which can build a prosperous society.
Authorities have always suppressed equal human rights, so people cannot live in a prosperous society. Society has interrupted the equal right to work by allowing the existence of unemployment. Unemployed people must accept poorly paid jobs to feed themselves. It causes the exploitation of workers. Equal human rights are supposed to bring justice to the economy by shortening work hours until unemployment is removed. It will raise the demand for workers and their salaries in the free market until exploitation is eliminated. Then workers will have greater purchasing power, and the economy will grow. Such a policy would solve today's socioeconomic problems and build good capitalism.
Equal human rights are supposed to improve the economy significantly. One day, every worker will be able to work at every public work post they want at any time. Every public job post will be filled by a worker who offers higher productivity, more responsibility, and demands a lower price for current work. It is nothing but a developed work market open at all times. Such an economy cannot be realized soon, but once people establish it, private companies will lose the productivity battle with public companies, which will send capitalism down in history. This idea presents an enormous opportunity for socioeconomic improvement to build good socialism.
Finally, equal human rights mean that all people should have equal legislative, judicial, and executive powers. Everyone should get equal rights to evaluate others for whatever they do. Each positive evaluation should bring a small award to the assessed person, and each negative assessment should result in a minor punishment. Such a policy would make everyone work hard to please others and avoid hurting anybody. This has to create a good society. The equal evaluating power among people presents a new form of democracy, and the freedom of evaluation gives a new state of anarchy. Therefore, such a policy can be called democratic anarchy. Democratic anarchy alone should be capable of building a prosperous society.
Ultimately, the book argues that nothing more than equal human rights is needed to create a good society, and nothing less can make it. Once people accept equal human rights, they will unconditionally create a bright future for humankind, as presented in the book.
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