The Future of Work

By Brain McLeish, Scottish Enterprise Niels Bohr famously said “prediction is very difficult, especially about the future” and that seems to be especially true when it comes to the future of work. Research into the impact of automation, in particular, has resulted in some lurid headlines over the last few years. As identified in the …

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New Discussion Topic: Inclusive Growth in the Age of Robots

In our first Guest Blog, EDAS Board member Charlie Woods considers the inclusive growth implications of increasing automation, in his post entitled Inclusive Growth in the Age of Robots What are your views on the future of inclusive growth? And what do you think of the policy suggestions listed at the end of the post? …

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