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  • The Future of Work 4.0

  • Pavel Kysilka: Let‘s Fire Bureaucrats and Invest Saved Money in Education

    interview Although there is much talk these days of the threat of new trade and other kinds of barriers, the digital world, which knows no borders, will eventually prevail, economist Pavel Kysilka believes.…

  • Future of Jobs from Gender Perspective

    Globalization, digitalization, the rapid growth of new technologies, and negative demographic growth have given rise to fundamental changes that will affect the nature of work and have a significant…

  • Paul Mason: Future without Work, but with a Strong State

    interview British journalist and left-wing activist Paul Mason became famous with his book PostCapitalism two years ago. He set up a vision of a high-tech society where work is scarce and the state is strong.…

  • No More Sweat

    The future of work has become a major theme of political disputes. Some predict a loss of jobs due to globalization or automation. Others argue that since we live longer, we should also work longer.…

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  • Third Industrial Revolution and Opportunities Nanotechnology Offers to V4

    The history of mankind does not follow a linear trajectory. The leisurely pace of evolution is often disrupted and turned upside down by revolutionary events. We have reached the threshold of a new…

  • Young Hungarians: A Nascent Political Generation

    In the last decade, young people in Hungary have turned away from traditional political parties and, as it seemed for a long time, also from politics itself. However, now they launched their own…

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