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Rethinking Recovery IV

Britain’s recovery industry: profiting from austerity? This post investigates the burgeoning ‘recovery industry’ in Britain.  As the government cuts welfare and pushes people into precarious labour markets in the name of austerity, it is simultaneously opening up new spheres of profitability for firms.  This is stabilising the status quo of profits over people who are being pushed to produce a … Continue reading

24 June 2015 by
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