by Jan Culik It was Communism that brought the levelling of people’s pay, regardless of their position on the social ladder and it was the fall of Communism that skewed the pay differentials in the Czech Republic badly in disfavour of the Czech university-educated elite. Just as in many other post-Communist countries, in the Czech […]

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