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ICT-induced technological progress and employment: a happy marriage or a dangerous liaison? A literature review

Posted on 05 Nov 2013 with 0 comments
21st century skills Evaluating ICT effects

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This report surveys the literature on the employment impact of ICT. The review devotes equal space to each mainstream economic theory on the complex connection between technology and employment, while giving greater emphasis to those studies which specifically look at ICT and that provide empirical support to sound theoretical grounds.


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