Job Creation And Destruction By Technology And Automation

By analyzing shares of IT sectors in economic activity in major developed countries using three aspects -- output, factor inputs and household consumption (demand) -- Deutsche Bank analysts conclude that the share of IT sectors has been on the decline for household consumption. In their April 28 research piece titled “Japan Economics Weekly – Job creation and destruction by technology and automation,” Mikihiro Matsuoka and colleagues explore answers to several questions that are critical to analyzing the effects of technology and automation . . .


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