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245 1 _aWork in the Digital Age :
_bChallenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
_cMax Neufeind, Jacqueline O'Reilly, Florian Ranft.
260 _aLondon
_bPolicy Network
300 _a610 p.
_c1 fichero pdf
336 _atexto (visual)
337 _aelectrónico
338 _arecurso en línea
520 _aShining a light on the very different experiences of work in the digital age, this book provides a unique contribution to the reform discussion on the consequences of the fourth industrial revolution. Drawing on a wide range of international expertise, contributors examine important policy challenges arising from the transformation of work as a result of the introduction of digital technology at work. Authors in this volume discuss the effects of automation, platform business models, stagnating productivity, increasing regional disparities, and rising levels of inequality within and between countries. They consider how to unlock the vast economic and social potential of new technologies and the implications for policy reform to meet these challenges. Mastering them requires developing a new inclusive narrative and progressive reform agenda. Such an agenda would be economic and political, and not determined universally by technology. The narrative is not only about what policymakers need to do, which is rather a lot. It is also about reforming established organisations and institutions, understanding new emerging players and supporting disaffected citizens in how the effects of these changes are going to affect their lives. The authors clearly pinpoint what needs to be done to support the transition to work in the digital era
650 7 _92223
_aEconomía digital
653 _aPolitical Economy
653 _aPolitical Science
700 _aNeufeind, Max
700 _aO'Reilly, Jacqueline
700 _aRanft, Florian
856 4 _uhttp://policynetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Work-in-the-Digital-Age.pdf
_yAcceso al libro
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