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Eudemonia and Freedom: A Bibliometric Research on Frontiers and Evolution of Labour and Employment in China

Xu, Tao and Zhu, Weiwei (2021): Eudemonia and Freedom: A Bibliometric Research on Frontiers and Evolution of Labour and Employment in China.

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Abstract

Eudemonia, the highest and ultimate aim of moral thought and behaviour, is a rational activity pursuing what is worthwhile in life, and its integral part, virtue, is honoured as the noblest self-actualisation. Freedom, a human right naturally belonging to each citizen, should be balanced and valued together with eudemonia as they conjointly allow citizens to determine action avoiding intervene. In the contemporary, it can be seen as a virtue and a human right for citizens to be devoted to valuable work freely and independently. It is essential to ensure citizens' eudemonia and freedom deserved and promised, and the key is to stabilise and sustain employment, improving citizens' livelihood and well-being with appropriate positions and quality work, incidentally developing the economy. The paper researches the situation and solutions for labour and employment, using the literature from 2015 to 2021, and conducts spatiotemporal and co-occurrence analysis by bibliometric methods with citespace and vosviewer, sorting out the frontiers and evolution, followed by deduction and inference. The paper makes a summary and review, putting forward the optimality of eudemonia and freedom, and recommends China to adopt and guarantee.

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