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Decent wages, decent work?

How can we improve job quality in Europe?

By Sameer Rahim  
A Ford employee assembling a buffer using a robot of manufacturer Kuka in Cologne, Germany, 17 June © OLIVER BERG/DPA

A Ford employee assembling a buffer using a robot of manufacturer Kuka in Cologne, Germany, 17 June © OLIVER BERG/DPA

On the evening on 8th November, while Americans were going to the polls to elect Donald Trump, the British Academy held a debate at the Académie royale des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts in Belgium about the danger of economic polarisation between low and high-skilled workers. Bea Cantillon, Chair…

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