Articles by Tom Rigby

Tom Rigby works in university admin, is co-convenor of the Melbourne Free University and is studying a Master of Social Work. He is a member of the Greens and tweets @tihrigby.

Response by Tom Rigby to “The Future of Work”

Ramos’ critique of neoliberalism centres on the nature of capitalism as a system in which value is created for the few at the expense of the many. Ramos uses the metaphor of musical chairs to demonstrate the effects of neoliberalism on employment, with each step of innovation and disruption decreasing rather than increasing employment opportunities. But why must this be a zero sum game, he asks?

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