Työ — Work

Omia artikkeleitani — My own articles

Sisällyksetön tulevaisuus, 8.12.2013

Työyhteiskunnan legitimaatiokriisi



Toisinajattelun tiekartta 2004

Reclaiming Work: Beyond the Wage-Based Society

Citizen's Income Newsletter, 2000

Palkkatyöyhteiskunnan iltahämärä

Yhteenveto, 10.12.1999

Työkulttuurin muutos heittää haasteen teollisuudelle

Tekniikka & Talous, 13.8.1998

Työ ihmisen vapautumisen mittana

Ydin, 1994

Kansalaispalkkakeskustelu on kypsymässä

Kotimaa, 10.9.1994

Eurooppa on ajamassa ohi tulevaisuuden tienhaaran

Kotimaa, 8.4.1994

Työn tulevaisuus

BBC Finnish Section, 18.1.1994

Vapaaksi työn orjuudesta

BBC Finnish Section, 19.12.1992

Ay-liikkeen uudet haasteet

BBC Finnish Section, 7.9.1990

Teollisen utopian kriisi

Ydin, 7-8/1990

"Vihreät" asenteet voimistuvat

Ydin, 1/1989


Muiden kirjoittajien artikkeleita — Articles by other writers

Our Economic System is Making Us Mentally Ill by Lynn Paramore, ScheerPost, 28 March 2022

Our ancestors worked less and had better lives. What are we doing wrong? by Ståle Wig, openDemocracy, 5 January 2022

What is To Be Done About Work? Steve Early, CounterPunch, 29 September 2021

We Need a Shorter Workweek to Free Us From the Tyranny of Work by Kyle Lewis / Will Stronge, Jacobin, 17 September 2021

Iceland's 35-Hour Working Week Worked. It Could Here, Too by Guðmundur D. Haraldsson and Luke Savage, Jacobin, 29 August 2021

Iceland Tried a Shortened Workweek and It Was an ‘Overwhelming Success' by Jack Kelly, ZNet, 18 July 2021

The Government Is Here to Help Small Businesses — Unless They're Cooperatives by Lydia DePillis, ScheerPost, 7 June 2021

Crazy Little Thing Called Work by Collective 20, ZNet, 14 April 2021

What You Call Love Is Unpaid Work by Vijay Prashad, ZNet, 26 March 2021

Spain to Experiment With 4-Day Workweek, 'an Idea Whose Time Has Come' by Brett Wilkins, Common Dreams, 15 March 2021

Four-day week would be affordable for most UK firms, says thinktank by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 29 December 2020

Spain Proposes Going to a 4-Day Workweek by Bonnie Riva Ras, Goodnet, 22 December 2020

Could Spain introduce a four-day work week? by Esme Fox, Defend Democracy Press, 8 December 2020

The right to socially useful work by Kate Holman, Social Europe, 6 November 2020

Working from home is proving to be a revolution in our way of life by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 26 October 2020

Capitalism Can't Give Us Meaningful Work by Jamie McCallum, Jacobin, 24 October 2020

What key work really means by Notes From Below, Red Pepper, 8 October 2020

Charlie Chaplin and Karl Marx in conversation by Steven Stoll, MR Online, 29 September 2020

American Workers Have Lost Control of Their Time. It's Time To Take It Back by Jamie McCallum and Micah Uetrich, In These Times, 23 September 2020

Employers Are Spying on Remote Workers in Their Homes by Steven Hill, In These Times, 23 September 2020

Could the Days of the Conventional Office Be Over? by Kenneth Surin, CounterPunch, 17 September 2020

Finland Is Rallying Around a Six-Hour Workday — And So Should We by Annina Claesson, Jacobin, 1 September 2020

The pandemic, technology, and remote work: the corporate push for greater control over workers’ lives by Martin Hart-Landsberg, MR Online, 19 August 2020

Why Working for a Living is Immoral by Benjamin Rosman and Peter Xing, The Journal Blog, 24 July 2020

Reclaiming work: can cooperatives overthrow the gig economy? by Shyam Krishna, Red Pepper, 10 June 2020

A Participatory Workplace is a More Fulfilling One, Too by Arash Kolahi, Inequality, 2 March 2020

It's Time to Shorten the American Work Week by Robert R. Raymond, Truthout, 8 February 2020

Women Perform 12.5 Billion Hours of Unpaid Labor Every Day by Michelle Chen, Truthout, 24 January 2020

The pioneering Spanish company where staff work a four-day week by Ginés Donaire, El País in English, 20 January 2020

Calling time on violence against women in the workplace by Esther Lynch, Social Europe, 25 November 2019

Marx and the democratization of work by Richard D. Wolff, ROAR, 21 March 2019

Fighting the World’s Largest Criminal Industry: Modern Slavery by Tharanga Yakupitiyage, Inter Press Service, 19 March 2019

Inventing the Weekend by Benjamin Y. Fong, Jacobin, 6 July 2018

The Meaning of Work in a Sustainable Society by John Bellamy Foster, Monthly Review, September 2017

The Drudgery of Modern Work by Lawrence Davidson, Consortiumnews.com, 5 September 2017

Divisions of Labor by Barbara Ehrenreich, ZNet, 24 February 2017

What happened when Sweden tried six-hour working days by Ben Chapman, Independent, 10 February 2017

The fetishisation of work is making us miserable. Let’s learn to live again by Anna Coote, The Guardian, 28 October 2016

Welcome to a world without work by Ryan Avent, The Guardian, 9 October 2016

Technological utopias: the nuts and bolts by Gabriel Levy, People and Nature, 23 September 2016

Towards a Post-Work Society by David Frayne, ROAR, Issue #2, 2016

EVA: Finns work shortest hours in EU, YLE News, 10 November 2015

Robots are coming for your job. That might not be bad news by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 12 October 2015

Health Care Slavery and Overwork by Paul Street, teleSUR, 24 August 2015

Aspirational parents condemn their children to a desperate, joyless life by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 9 June 2015

Politicians love dressing up in hi-vis vests, but they ignore what's really happening to modern workers by Paul Mason, The Guardian, 12 April 2015

Generous welfare systems actually make people more keen to work, Europe-wide study finds by Emily Dugan, The Independent, 31 March 2015

Zero-hours contracts, and the sharp whip of insecurity that controls us all by Richard Seymour, The Guardian, 1 May 2014

It's no joke – the robots will really take over this time by John Naughton, The Observer, 27 April 2014

There's a new jobs crisis – we need to focus on the quality of life at work by Ha-Joon Chang, The Guardian, 22 December 2013

Technology has not created leisure but the sense of never being free of work by Fintan O'Toole, The Irish Times, 26 November 2013

Post-Work: Zombie Social Democracy with a Human Face? by Andrew Kliman, New Left Project, 13 September 2013

On the phenomenon of bullshit jobs by David Graeber, libcom.org, 20 August 2013

The John Lewis model reveals the tensions and paradoxes at the heart of workplace democracy by Abby Cathcart, Democratic Audit UK, 30 July 2013

No women over 50 allowed (unless it's Helen Mirren) by Polly Toynbee, The Guardian, 25 July 2013

It's the Ownership by David Swanson, Let's Try Democracy, 18 June 2013

Job security is a thing of the past - so millions need a better welfare system by Guy Standing, The Guardian, 21 May 2013

A New Era for Labor? by Laura Flanders, CounterPunch, 16 May 2013

A republican call for a basic income by Daniel Raventos and Julie Wark, openDemocracy, 15 May 2013

Rupees in your pocket by Benjamin Fernandex, Le Monde diplomatique - English edition, May 2013

Is a Universal Basic Income Really Utopian? by Matt Bruenig, Policy Shop/Demos, 12 May 2013

Not Jolly: Genoa dock workers protest after the disaster, libcom.org, 10 May 2013

The elite boast of little sleep, but it's those at the bottom who really suffer by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 6 May 2013

Can Co-ops Save Unions? by Rebecca Burns, In These Times, 25 April 2013

The Alaska Model: a citizen's income in practice by Karl Widerquist, openDemocracy, 24 April 2013

Underemployment can be as corrosive as unemployment – and it's on the rise by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 15 April 2013

Can Worker-Owners Run a Big Factory? How Mexican Tire Workers Won Ownership of Their Plant With a Three-Year Strike and Are Now Running It Themselves by Jane Slaughter, MR Zine, 4 April 2013

What would a shorter working week mean for us? by James Angel, Red Pepper, 26 February 2013

Going outside the hospital walls to improve health by Gar Alperovitz and David Zuckerman, The Baltimore Sun, 28 February 2013

Obama Forgot to Share Inspiration of Ohio's Worker-Owned Business Revolution by Gar Alperovitz, Truthout, 18 February 2013



From Polarities and Eagle Street

Insecurity affects work

20 December 2001

Work gender gap reduced

29 November 2001

Towards a happier working life?

18 September 2001

More help for people looking for work

10 July 2001

Co-operatives: Unemployed show initiative

7 June 2001

Trade unions widely accepted

5 June 2001

Subsidising unprofitable work

29 May 2001

Citizens don't warm to basic income

25 May 2001

Trade unions oppose Citizen's Income

17 May 2001

Citizen's Income questioned

4 May 2001

Citizen’s Income supported by top businessman

3 May 2001

Liberation from money with local exchange

9 April 2001

Mental health time bomb

5 April 2001

Brave new working life

27 March 2001

How to survive work

9 March 2001

Culture as source of well-being

8 March 2001

Government accused of jobs flop

21 February 2001

Short term job contracts criticised

29 January 2001

Temporary jobs on the rise

18 January 2001

Farewell to full employment

20 September 2000

Why does Basic Income thrill the Finns, but not the Swedes? by Jan Otto Andersson

Autumn 2000

“Would inefficiency create more happiness?”

1 June 2000

Work: How about enjoying life?

12 March 2000

The decline of the 'employment society'

January 1999

Why a Citizen's Income should be combined with a Citizen's Wage

November 1998

Shorter working hours – solution for the future?

November 1998

The end of work or the end of wage slavery?

June 1998

Citizen's Income model

June 1998

6+6 hour model

June 1998

A social welfare state which encourages job creation

June 1998

Archbishop of Finland supports Citizen’s Income

June 1998

Scenarios to predict the future

July 1997

On the way to knowledge society

July 1997



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