Some members of the GEAR Group have recently published a new research article in PLOS ONE.

The paper, entitled “Unmasking social distant damage of developed regions’ lifestyle: A decoupling analysis of the indecent labour footprint” presents news insights about the indecent labour footprints. Using the indecent labour database developed by Ángela García-Alaminos to assess the indecent labour footprint, we propose a decoupling analysis to evaluate whether global consumption chains are currently on the decoupling path or not, from a social point of view.

The paper has been written by Ángela García-Alaminos, Fabio Monsalve, Jorge Zafrilla and María Ángeles Cadarso.

And if you can read Spanish, please discover our disclosure piece published in The Conversation about the article:  https://theconversation.com/trabajo-precario-el-dano-que-no-vemos-cuando-consumimos-131275

 We hope you enjoy this paper!

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