The World of Work AI-ed

AI poses enormous challenges. The leaders, who are responsible for the future of the job market, are managers in companies implementing AI. The report provides them with
knowledge, highlights good solutions and tools, and describes the challenges facing the sector.

What caught my eye: are people more or less productive working from home, inflation expectations, the Greening of the financial system, and much more…

Why some people are less productive working from home

What caught my eye: Central bank independence, creative destruction, American nostalgia, and much more…

What caught my eye: Central bank independence, creative destruction, Amercian nostalgia, and much more…

What caught my eye: The new future of work, digital currencies, climate change risk in financial markets, and much more…

What caught my eye: The new future of work, digital currencies, climate change risk in financial markets, and much more…

What caught my eye: The U.S. tax system and automation, creativity in the age of artificial intelligence, and is there zombification in Europe?

What caught my eye: The U.S. tax system and automation, creativity in the age of artificial intelligence, and is there zombification in Europe?

What caught my eye last week: The economic value of data, the central bank of the future, and productivity in a service-based economy…

What caught my eye last week: The economic value of data, the central bank of the future, and productivity in a service-based economy…

The Future and History of Work – what caught my eye this week: Trade and the Manufacturing Employment Shares, U.S. trends in income and wealth inequality, and the she-recession

The Future and History of Work – what caught my eye this week: Trade and the Manufacturing Employment Shares, U.S. trends in income and wealth inequality, and the she-recession

The Future and History of Economic Growth – what caught my eye this week: Revised forecasts for the world economy, productivity growth from teleworking, and much more…

The Future and History of Economic Growth – what caught my eye this week: Revised forecasts for the world economy, productivity growth from teleworking, and much more…

The Future and History of Work – what caught my eye this week: Productivity gains from teleworking, the evolution of U.S. real earnings, and unemployment among young workers

The Future and History of Work – what caught my eye this week: Productivity gains from teleworking, the evolution of U.S. real earnings, and unemployment among young workers

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