Robots, Growth and Inequality


One of our members who regularly subscribes to the journal of the International Monetary Fund discovered the following article about the future of robots in the September issue which is highly applicatory to our study of inequality in America. What will happen to working class people in this country as their jobs are gradually taken over by machines? And whose jobs are the most likely to be affected? These are the questions the writers attempt to answer.

Since the article of 2600 words far exceeds in length what we have decided is comfortable for our regular blog readers, we provide you with the link to open it for yourselves. We heartily encourage you do so. We think it will fascinate you.

The link to “Robots, Growth and Inequality:”  < > (Warning: this link only works with Chrome. It will not work with Safari.)

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