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The changing nature of work and labor markets — and how best to prepare society and people for the jobs and tasks of the future — is one of the most crucial public policy challenges that countries and
Date
17/12/2018
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is interacting with other socio-economic and demographic factors to create a perfect storm of business model change in all industries, resulting in major disruptions t
Date
17/09/2018
This paper reviews policies to strengthen Germany’s productivity growth and prepare for changes in labour markets brought about by new technologies.
Date
17/08/2018
Over the past years, European industry players have acquired a significant know-how that they can value on the promising global offshore wind market.
Date
16/07/2018
While Europe has made substantial progress in the development of its High Performance Computing (HPC) ecosystem in the last few years, the study has identified a significant investment gap, which has
Date
26/06/2018
Incremental change is not an option any more in the construction industry.
Date
05/06/2018
Automation and artificial intelligence (AI) are changing the nature of work.
Date
15/05/2018
In this paper, we consider the main objectives of GPV 2027 (gosudarstvennaia programma vooruzheniia, Russian for "10-year state armament programme") and examine whether Russia’s financial an
Date
10/05/2018
In an age of transatlantic tensions over the Iran deal, trade balances, and steel tariffs, digital policy is uniquely poised to offer opportunities for greater US-EU cooperation.
Date
08/05/2018
The emerging technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution offer unprecedented avenues to improve quality of life, advance society, and contribute to global economic growth.
Date
27/04/2018

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