The Socio-Ecological Transformation of the European Economy
Trade Union Perspectives
Hochscheidt, Lukas; Wixforth, Susanne; Rohde, Jan Philipp
The socio-ecological transformation of the European economy
Trade union perspectives Berlin, 2021
Trade union perspectives / Lukas Hochscheidt, Susanne Wixforth and Jan Philipp Rohde. - Berlin : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, International Policy Analysis, 2021. - 14 Seiten = 650 KB, PDF-File. - (Europa) Einheitssacht.: Die sozial-ökologische Transformation der Europäischen Wirtschaft . - Electronic ed.: Berlin : FES, 2021 ISBN 978-3-96250-862-3
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