Noticias compartidas en el Foro (Enero-Julio 2017)

Noticias compartidas en el Foro 2017 (1)


NUEVO 29/05/2017 – Presentación BBVA “El Futuro del Empleo”; por Rafael Doménech, Juan Ramón García, Miriam Montañez, Alejandro Neut
El progreso y el bienestar de las sociedades está determinado por el cambio tecnológico, que aumenta la productividad, los salarios y la renta per cápita. A nivel agregado, el cambio tecnológico no ha impedido el aumento de las tasas de empleo, sin afectar a la tasa de desempleo en los últimos dos siglos. Ver la presentación aquí. 

 

NUEVO 26/05/2017 – La Retina

Disrupción; por Manuel G. Pascual. El director ejecutivo de la Singularity University, Salim Ismail: “‘Blockchain’ es la tecnología más disruptiva” que he visto en mi vida”. Ismail: “A la banca de consumo le doy diez años de vida”. Leer el artículo completo. 

 

NUEVO 15/05/2017- The New Yorker

Is the Gig Economy working?; by Nathan Heller. Dept. of Labor. Many liberals have embraced the sharing economy. But can they survive it? Read more. 

“Sharing” boosters herald the virtues of autonomy and flexibility; skeptics warn about the rise of a new precariat.

 

NUEVO 13/04/2017 – Nature. International weekly journal of science

Track how technology is transforming work; by Tom Mitchell & Erik Brynjolfsson. Without data on how artificial intelligence is affecting jobs, policymakers will fly blind into the next industrial revolution, warn Tom Mitchell and Erik Brynjolfsson. Read more. 

NUEVO April 2017 – McKinsey&Company

Artificial intelligence: Implications for China; by Dominic Barton, Jonathan Woetzel, Jeongmin Seong, and Qinzheng Tian. “The country is becoming a hub for global AI development. Five priorities can help China harness AI for productivity growth and prepare for the societal shifts it may unleash”. Read more. 

05/04/ 2017 – Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

Who stole the jobs: robots or globalisation? A protectionist trade policy will not wind back automation. Read more (SUS)

Enero 2017 – Centre for Economic Policy Research

DP11789 Is Modern Technology Responsible for Jobless Recoveries? – Since the early 1990s, recoveries from recessions in the US have been plagued by weak employment growth. One possible explanation for these ‘jobless’ recoveries is rooted in technological change: middle-skill jobs, often involving routine tasks, are lost during recessions, and the displaced workers take time to transition into other jobs (Jaimovich and Siu, 2014)… read more (SUS)

 

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