among other things
They argue, inter alia, that consolidating in a downturn is twice as risky as doing it in an upturn
by reference inter alia to government policies
According to Mandel, market capitalism (1700–1850) and monopoly capitalism (up to 1960) have been succeeded by a ‘third age’ of capitalism – precisely ‘late’ capitalism. It is characterized, inter alia, by the rise of multinational firms, a new international division of labour, an explosion of financial markets, the emergence of novel means of communication, and the weakening of the traditional labour movement
The state becomes involved, inter alia, when it comes to immigration and labour laws
a definition of human capital, despite its humanistic connotations, does not move beyond economism and ignores, inter alia, the fact that the scholastic yield from educational action depends on the cultural capital previously invested by the family.