The Green Jobs and the Industry 4.0

Grzegorz Michalski , Małgorzata Rutkowska , Adam Sulich , Robert Rothe


This paper presents and discusses The Industry 4.0 and the “green jobs” definitions and their mutual relations. The Industry 4.0 is a synonym for a new age of technological jump based on digitization and extended Internet connection between devices. Next to this progress also important are a sustainable development and its measurable implementation in labour market – green jobs. Green jobs are decent jobs, either in traditional sectors or in the new green ones, which contribute to preserving or restoring a sustainable environment. This combination of innovation and progress approach can be interesting solution not only for business but also for non-profit organisations which are the subject of the research in this paper. Furthermore, the role of non-profit organizations is examined and described in aspect of changes in green economy and The Industry 4.0 with special emphasis on the maintenance of their capital structure.
Author Grzegorz Michalski (EaE / IES / DLaC)
Grzegorz Michalski,,
- Department of Labor and Capital
, Małgorzata Rutkowska - Wrocław University of Science and Technology (PWr)
Małgorzata Rutkowska,,
, Adam Sulich
Adam Sulich,,
, Robert Rothe
Robert Rothe,,
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Book Dziura Marek, Jaki Andrzej, Rojek Tomasz (eds.): Enterprises and Economies in the Face of Contemporary Challenges. Management – Restructuring – Innovation, 2018, Fundacja Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie, Foundation of the Cracow University of Economics, ISBN 9788365907271, [9788365907288], 329 p.
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