Jan 15

Professor Navarro suggests the reading of this article. This article shows the relationship between class, race and gender exploitation, showing the need to establish political movements that are united in their opposition to all forms of exploitation. The article demonstrates that the countries that have reduced class, race and gender differentials most significantly are the countries, governed by coalitions of progressive parties historically rooted in the workers’ movements. The absence of such parties explains the enormous race, class and gender differentials in the United States. Published in the International Journal of Health Services, Vol. 50.3, pp. 253–263, 2020.

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Jul 16

Professor Navarro suggests the reading of his article, published in Social Europe, July 1st, 2019.

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Apr 20

Interview to Professor Navarro published on the BARCELONA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS blog “The Barcelona GSE Voice”, April 17, 2015.

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Jan 13

This article was written by Professor Navarro and published by the American magazine CounterPunch. It explains the historico-political context which has given rise to the appearance of Podemos in the country’s political spectrum. CounterPunch is the magazine with greatest circulation within the American progressive media. Professor Navarro writes in this publication quite frequently.

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Feb 19

Professor Navarro’s note.

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Jan 01

Article published by Professor Navarro in the INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH SERVICES, January 2014.

The literature on the causes of the current financial and economic crises often fails to consider both the causal role of the conflict between capital and labor, and this conflict’s continued effect. This article analyzes the evolution of the conflict and its implications for the distribution of income during the post-World War II period. Especially emphasizing the relationship between the U.S. and European economies, it examines the genesis and development of the governing structures of the Eurozone as determining factors in the increasing gap between capital and labor. The history of the European economic trajectory and the current German financial leadership provide important context for the analysis. Evidence is provided that this conflict between capital and labor is at the roots of the current financial and economic crisis, a thesis has been dramatically underexposed in the current scientific literature.

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