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Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change (EUC)
Global Labour Research Centre
Lives Outside the Lines: a Symposium in Honour of Marlene Kadar
SWORD Deposit
  • A whole-institution approach towards sustainability: a crucial aspect of higher education’s individual and collective engagement with the SDGs and beyond 

    Kohl, Katrin; Isabel, Toman; Abidin Bin Sanusi, Zainal; Abdul Razak, Dzulkifli; Hopkins, Charles; Barthand, Matthias; Michelsen, Gerd; Dlouha, Jana (Emerald Insight, 2021-10)
    Purpose – Higher education and its leadership are not yet using their potential impact for a sustainable future. This paper aims to focus on UN developments and the long history of university involvement in sustainability ...
  • The professionalization of financial planning in Australia: an institutional logics perspective 

    Richards, Daniel; Sarath, Ukwatte; yapa, prem (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021-09)
    This paper researches the professionalization of financial planning in Australia. The authors investigate how the institutional logic of major institutions inhibits this occupation from moving toward a professional status.
  • Alienation Redux: Marxian Perspectives 

    Musto, Marcello (Alienation Redux: Marxian Perspectives | SpringerLink, 2021-05)
    Alienation was one of the most important and widely debated themes of the twentieth century and Marx’s reflections on this concept defined significant moments in its dissemination. Most of the authors who initially wrote ...
  • History, production and method in the 1857 ‘Introduction’ 

    Musto, Marcello (Taylor & Francis Group, 2008)
    In 1857 Marx was convinced that the financial crisis developing at international level had created the conditions for a new revolutionary period throughout Europe. He had been waiting for this moment ever since the popular ...
  • Introduction 

    Musto, Marcello (Taylor & Francis Group, 2019)
    Karl Marx started to write Capital after he had begun his rigorous studies of political economy. A momentary alleviation of the huge economic problems that had beset him for years allowed Marx to spend more time on his ...

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