The Future and History of Work – what caught my eye this week: Technological Substitution in Low-Wage Labor Markets and the Evolution of Inequality after the Financial Crisis

The Evolution of Technological Substitution in Low-Wage Labor Markets: Daniel Aaronson and Brian J. Phelan study the susceptibility of low-wage employment to technological substitution and that “automation is accelerating and supplanting a broader set of low-wage routine jobs in the decade since the Financial Crisis”:

https://www.chicagofed.org/publications/working-papers/2020/2020-16

Branko Milanovic (former chief economist at the World Bank and well-known researcher on inequality) published a new paper where he analyzes the evolution of inequality after the Financial Crisis:

https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/101560/

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