''It demolishes the fallacy that whether it is because of technological advance or globalization, or for both, we are close to the end of work''. Samuel Brittan, Financial Times.
"Mitos del milenio. El fin del trabajo
y los nuevos profetas del apocalipsis"
Wednesday, June 9, 7pm
Librería Distal: Florida 249, Buenos Aires.
In this new book published by CADAL and Timbro, Mauricio Rojas confronts the main postulates of the most important prophets of the end of labor - Jeremy Rifkin, Viviane Forrester, Hans-Peter Martin and Harald Schumann, among others - with data easy to understand on the real state of the world and it refutes every thesis individually, giving evidence that the creed of "end of labor" is based on fallacies.
Member of the Sweden Parliament.
Professor of Economic History, Lundt University.
Vice-President of Timbro and Director of the Center of Reforms of Welfare State.
Author of the book "Historia de la crisis argentina" (CADAL/TIMBRO)