Monthly Archives: September 2013

Rethinking Work | Nathan Gould

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The Future of Jobs–Trends In US | Re-Thinking Economic Development

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Sorry, What Investment Shortfall? | Andrew McAfee’s Blog

In our debate earlier this week Rob Atkinson talked about how US companies weren’t investing like they used to. He’s not the only one concerned about a dropoff. Tyler Cowen had a post in July of this year titled “Why … Continue reading

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New Economic Data: No New News (Which is Good News and Bad News) | Andrew McAfee’s Blog

A new round of stats about the US economy have been released recently, and they tell a familiar ‘good news, bad news’ story. The good news is that both GPD (blue line) and corporate investment (red line) have rebounded well … Continue reading

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Where Are All the Jobs? And Why Those Jobs Are Not Coming Back | The Library Of Alexandria

ABSTRACT:  This article by the Library of Alexandria Blog discusses the implications of automation technology on the economy and society.  It concludes that a Guaranteed Minimum Income will be necessary for society to address the growing disparity between the haves … Continue reading

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America The Poor | Huffington Post

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