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Book: Work in the Age of Data

Work in the Age of Data addresses this issue through articles by nineteen leading international experts.

This book sets out firstly to review the effects of the digital revolution on growth, income distribution, productivity, and investment, which have important consequences for the labor market around the world.

In addition, it analyzes the fundamental changes in the structure of the labor market itself, such as the polarization of employment growth (the growth of employment in the upper and lower segments of the market to the detriment of the middle segments) that contributes to increasing inequality, and the recent boom in alternative forms of work, which have collectively come to be known as the “gig economy.”

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