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Raquel Varela

Labor Internationalism and the Free Circulation of Capital

by Raquel Varela

In the summer of 2016, the US multinational Dura Automotive – a global supplier of automotive components operating in several countries – committed to deliver components to Chrysler, Audi, and BMW. Orders were on the rise and Dura was at risk of paying high fines if workers did not accept weekend overtime to fulfil orders. The...

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The Legacy of the Portuguese Revolution: An Interview with Raquel Varela

by Christine Schickert and Raquel Varela

Raquel Varela is a historian based at the NOVA University of Lisbon in Portugal. Her work focuses on labor history, the welfare state, the history of Portugal and Europe in the twentieth century, as well as the history of social movements. She is the co-founder of the Network for Global Labor Studies and president of the International Association Strikes and Social Conflicts. ...

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