Carl Rowlands

is a member of the steering committee of the Central European branch of Labour International. He is a writer of short stories, articles and verse, and works in web analytics.


The decimation of indigenous industry in central and eastern Europe has created a low-wage hinterland on the fringes of the highly developed core, writes Carl Rowlands. If the societies of central-eastern Europe are indeed in transition, it is very unclear what the destination will be.

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