This is one of the questions that interest me the most. I did several searches on this topic, but I did not find what I was looking for. I therefore appeal to all. If you find some interesting things, especially about the origins of wage labour, which coincided with the Industrial Revolution, let me know. I thank you in advance.
I go back to a statement I just made: "The origins of wage labour ... coincide with the Industrial Revolution." Indeed, in pre-capitalist systems, as we have seen in the previous course,
there is no question of wage labour.
After an introduction to the subject, I propose you my original study on the time worked in a human life, followed by other perspectives on labour and working time according to the following:
- An Introduction to Labour and Wages<
The Working Time<
- The Life Expectancy of a Worker
- The Years of Work
- The Days of Work
- The Hours of Work
- The Working Hours in One’s Life
The First Things First<
- The Personal Organization of One’s Time
- The Pursuit of True North
- The Law of the Farm
- The Urgency vs. the Importance
- The New Art of Time<
- The Productive and the Unproductive Labour<
- The Nominal Wages and The Real Wages<
Then we discuss the multinationals<.