Editorial from
Ricardo Zózimo
Assistant Professor and researcher at Nova SBE
May 12, 2023
8. Decent work and economic growth

8. Decent work and economic growth

Promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all

“In a country where only 20% of the poor have a job, it is a priority to improve working conditions, which does not only involve raising wages.”

Ricardo Zózimo in an interview with Rádio Renascença talked about the priorities that should be included in the next State Budget, in the light of what the Pope proposes.

Click here to read the keypoints of the interview or to listen to its entirety. It is in Portuguese.

Ricardo Zózimo
Assistant Professor and researcher at Nova SBE

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