"Machines and Technological Unemployment: Basic Income vs. Basic Capital"
by Moser, Elias (2021)
Recently, economic studies on labor market developments have indicated that there is a potential threat of technological mass unemployment. Both smart robotics and information technology may perform a broad range of tasks that today are fulfilled by human labor. This development could lead to vast i...
KeywordsTechnological Unemployment, Robots, Automation, Technology, Social Impacts, Unemployment
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