Category Archives: Labor Law Reform

How to avoid cracking up in the digital society!

Tweet Observation on the challenges of excessive down time Man is an extremely complex creature: he usually acts in an unselfish manner for selfish reasons. Mokokoma Mokhonoana : The Selfish Genie: A Satirical Essay on Altruism (see: http://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/48079399-the-selfish-genie-a-satirical-essay-on-altruism)   Some … Continue reading

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Is there a correlation between suicide rates and austerity in Euroland?

It is not austerity politics but the inadequacy of the Euro for the Greek economy that accounts for the present rise in suicide rates in Greece. Continue reading

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It can’t get any worse than this!

It is true that Mr. Hollande’s leadership is wanting. But you have to give him credit for being less socialist now than when he came to office. Continue reading

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We cannot return to the innocent Citroën 2CV world of late

The argument that Southern European countries need to exit the EURO in order to regain the capacity to devaluate their currency if economic reality dictates so is flawed. After all, it is really hard to imagine that people anywhere could go back to the old Citroën 2CV days of late. Continue reading

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Mariano Rajoy is inducted into Noah denkt™’s Hall of Fame

Fate and financial markets will eventually compensate Mariano Rajoy for all the courage, tenacity and wisdom which he is showing in his current role as captain of the beleaguered Spanish ship. Continue reading

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Please do not choose to live in a fantasy land!

On April 22 and May 6, French voters, will have the chance to decide whether they want to live in a protective fantasy land (Hollande, Le Pen, Mélenchon, Joly) or whether they want to accept the fact that there is no hiding from the hard-knuckled world we are actually living in. Continue reading

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The hypocrites of “El País”

Why doesn’t El País understand that it is largely due to its own relentless resistance to any recent austerity proposal that the markets are now losing faith in Spain’s ability to come to grips with their burgeoning deficit? Continue reading

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The correlation between unemployment and suicide

The real reason why the long-term unemployed are more likely to commit suicide is the fact that they find it quite impossible to professionally and commercially reinvent themselves and be successful with that. Continue reading

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That’s the way the world is now

The people of 2009, 2010 or 2012 are no longer the humble souls of 1929. They, hence, do not need the same protection any more. Continue reading

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