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  • ISBN 8449303184
  • ISBN13 978-8449303180
  • Language Spanish
  • Author Jeremy Rifkin
  • Publisher Paidos Iberica Ediciones S A (September 23, 1996)
  • Pages 400
  • Formats lit txt lrf doc
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Economics
  • Size ePub 1420 kb
  • Size Fb2 1724 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 710

En este libro de lectura ineludiblemente obligada, tan inquietante como útil, Jeremy Rifkin intenta demostrarnos que estamos iniciando una nueva fase de la historia humana, caracterizada por lo que ya parece una permanente e inevitable decadencia de lo que hasta ahora entendíamos por trabajo. Las actuales cifras de desempleo, a escala mundial, son las mayores desde la gran depresión de los años 30. El número de personas infraempleadas o que carecen de trabajo está creciendo a un ritmo vertiginoso, debido sobre todo a los millones de recién llegados al mercado laboral que se están convirtiendo en víctimas propiciatorias de una nueva revolución tecnológica. Y los más sofisticados ordenadores, la robótica, las telecomunicaciones y otras formas de alta tecnología están sustituyendo rápidamente a los seres humanos en la mayor parte de los sectores económicos, trátese de los procesos de fabricación, de la distribución al por menor, del transporte, de la agricultura o de las diferentes actividades funcionariales. En otras palabras, la gran mayoría de los trabajos van a desaparecer para no volver nunca jamás, de manera que el mundo acabará polarizándose en dos fuerzas, en dos tendencias potencialmente irreconciliables: por una parte, una élite bien informada que controlará y gestionará la economía global de alta tecnología; y, por otra, un creciente número de trabajadores permanentemente desplazados, con pocas perspectivas de futuro y aún menos esperanzas de conseguir un trabajo aceptable en un mundo cada vez más automatizado. Partiendo de todo eso, Rifkin afirma que deberíamos empezar a plantearnos la existencia de la era posmercado, es decir, la que estamos empezando a vivir; pensar en formas alternativas a los planteamientos más habituales en torno al trabajo, poner en marcha nuevos modos de generación de ingresos y de reparto del poder; y generar una mayor confianza en el tercer sector; que a su vez deberá permitir la reconstrucción

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El fin del trabajo book. It was about that time that I first read Jeremy Rivkin’s book, THE END OF WORK: THE DECLINE OF THE GLOBAL LABOR FORCE AND THE DAWN OF THE POST-MARKET ERA, which was published in 1995. It is filled with statistics that highlight the great economic transformation that was and is occurring at the expense of the mass labor market.

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The End of Work by Jeremy Rifkin published in 1995 by Tarcher/Putnam. In this compelling, disturbing, and ultimately hopeful book, Jeremy Rifkin argues that we are entering a new phase of history - one characterized by the steady and inevitable decline of jobs

The End of Work by Jeremy Rifkin published in 1995 by Tarcher/Putnam. In this compelling, disturbing, and ultimately hopeful book, Jeremy Rifkin argues that we are entering a new phase of history - one characterized by the steady and inevitable decline of jobs. Worldwide unemployment is now at the highest level since the great depression of the 1930s. The number of people underemployed or without work is rising sharply as millions of new entrants into the workforce find themselves victims of an extraordinary high-technology revolution.

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The End of Work: The Decline of the Global Labor Force and the Dawn of the Post-Market Era is a non-fiction book by American economist Jeremy Rifkin, published in 1995 by Putnam Publishing Group. In 1995, Rifkin contended that worldwide unemployment would increase as information technology eliminated tens of millions of jobs in the manufacturing, agricultural and service sectors. He predicted devastating impact of automation on blue-collar, retail and wholesale employees

Rifkin ends the book with four chapters on how to create an alternative fiiture. The End of Work is an important, informative, and provocative invitation to look beyond our past to see where we are. headed.

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1995. Pp. xviii, 350. A recent cartoon depicted two men at a bar recalling the 1950s when people. welcomed a fiiture in which machines would do all the work. that those days have indeed arrived. The other agrees but wonders why folks back. Rifkin ends the book with four chapters on how to create an alternative fiiture. To begin, we can replace "unemployment" for some of us with "increased leisure".

Rifkin does, however have a few solutions to this dilemma.

He identifies what he believes are causes of the problems which we are currently facing within the organizational structure along with some potential solutions. Rifkin’s ideas may be relevant to most people’s lives including ours. Rifkin does, however have a few solutions to this dilemma. The first of which demonstrates a 30-hour work week because the information and communication technology revolutions virtually guarantee more production with less human labor.