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Digital disruption : jobs and social policy in the new economy

Topic: 
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Author: 
Thirgood, Jordann.
Publisher/Date: 
2017
Note: 
In Economic Development Journal -- Vol. 16 - no. 2 (Spring 2017)
Summary: 
Industrialized economies around the world are facing increasing pressure to modernize their understanding of the world of work and associated social programs. Despite the many economic benefits of technological advances, rapid innovation could accelerate income inequality, the rise in "precarious work" and declining unionization rates.
Additional Author: 
Johal, Sunil.