Migrants and proletarians

urban labour in the economic development of Uganda.
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Published on behalf of the East African Institute of Social Research by Oxford University Press , London, New York
Labor and laboring classes -- Ug

Places

Ug

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LC ClassificationsHD8799.U4 E4
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Paginationix, 149 p.
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Open LibraryOL5811965M
LC Control Number60051063
OCLC/WorldCa233302

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LABOUR in economic development conjures up for many an image of peasants, once prosperous, packing their bags and streaming from an impoverished countryside to the towns, to man new factories and to start a new life -- the life of urban proletarians.

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Branko Milanovic. JEL Classiification: D31, I3, N3 Key words: global inequality, inequality between nnations, migration, labor in th. century and today. Resesarch Department, World Bank. The paper was written while I was. Link: Global Inequality: From Class to Location, from Proletarians to Migrants (PDF — working paper version) magalarova T+ | Research Assistants collaborate with our faculty, affiliated scholars, and postdoctoral scholars in producing research related to inequality.

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Migrants and Militants is in effect a pamphlet that reprises a constant theme of Badiou’s recent output – the revolutionary potential of the “international proletariat in France.” It is certainly given a particular vibrancy in this case as the author is writing against the backdrop of the gilets jaunes movement – one which Badiou over.

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