Business owners will do everything possible to keep employees on their rolls -- with good reason.
The Law and Justice party leader, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, has claimed that Poland's economy will catch up with Germany's by 2040. It is a bold claim by any standard, but could it become a possibility?
Globalization and digitization are changing the world of work. Companies are looking for strategies to respond. Can flexibility, creativity and self-fulfillment help companies work better?
The country's fresh left-wing government faces huge economic and social challenges in the months and years ahead. It's clear that good intentions alone will not make political polarization go away just like that.
States with a currency of their own can never run out of money. That's a core thesis of the Modern Monetary Theory which spilled over to Europe from the US. German economist Dirk Ehnts elaborates on what it's all about.
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