Luddite Fallacy? No way, José!

In economics, the Luddite Fallacy argues that new technology does not lead to a high unemployment rate and the destruction of jobs. Naturally, this is hard to believe – and untrue. Before proceeding, please note that you are currently reading a post categorized under “Possibly the least informative”.  Here,  I allow myself to express thoughts and ideas, […]

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The Future of China’s Migrant Workers (Exhibit: Garment-Manufacturing)

I am starting of this blog with the main contributor to my interest in social, economic and environmental change. 2 years ago, in the scope of my graduation assignment, I conducted research on China’s migrant workers in the garment-manufacturing industry, mainly because I had witnessed migrant workers fate first-hand, back in 2012 during an internship […]

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