Anthropologist touches on the history of tech-related job displacement and explores how other countries approach policies on robots, skills, and learning.
MIT research affiliate describes benefits, implementation, and potential drawbacks of adopting new technology in health care.
Economist’s study of rickshaw drivers shows effects of alcohol consumption on financial decision-making.
Professor David Autor’s latest research shows how economic polarization stems from urban job loss.
Congress of leading thinkers in economic, business, and social history convenes in the US for first time in 50 years.
Labor economist sizes up the impact and meaning of this week’s high-profile Ohio referendum to restore collective bargaining rights for public employees.