Carl Benedikt Frey
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The Great Innovation Deceleration
Democracies have proven they have the edge in coping with this crisis
Covid-19 will only increase automation anxiety
Learning From Automation Anxiety of the Past
The High Cost of Impeding Automation
Politikerna Måste Hantera Robotiseringens Avigsidor
Political Machinery: Did Robots Swing the 2016 US Presidential Election?
Industrial Renewal in the 21st Century: Evidence from US Cities
Regional Technological Dynamism and Noncompete Clauses: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
Technology at Work: How the Digital Revolution is Reshaping the Global Workforce
Cheap Automation Raises Risk of ‘Premature Deindustrialisation’
How 21st-Century Cities Can Avoid the Fate of 20th-Century Detroit
A New World of Remote Work
Covid-19 and the future of democracy
Attitudes to Technology
Automation and its Enemies
The Robot Revolution Is Here
Will AI Destroy More Jobs Than It Creates Over the Next Decade?
Drivers of Distruption? Estimating the Uber Effec
The Future of Employment: How Susceptible Are Jobs to Computerisation?
Do Labor-saving Technologies Spell the Death of Jobs in the Developing World?
Structural Transformation in the OECD: Digitalisation, Deindustrialisation and the Future of Work
How to Prevent the End of Economic Growth
Creative Destruction at Work
China Won't Win the Race for AI Dominance
Democracy, Culture and Contagion: Political Regimes and Countries Responsiveness to Covid-19
Patents and Corporate Credit Risk
Robots and Economic Development: Is “Catch-up” Growth a Thing of the Past?
Künstliche Intelligenz: In der Technologiefalle
Uber Happy? Work and Wellbeing in the “Gig Economy”
Robots and the Return of the “Machinery Question”
Growth Hinges on Technology But the Fruits Must be Shared
Did the Computer Revolution Shift the Fortunes of U.S. Cities? Technology Shocks and the Geography of New Jobs
The Great Escape: How Workforce Automation is the Answer to Japan’s Secular Stagnation
Doing Capitalism in the Digital Age
Intellectual Property Rights and the Financing of Technological Innovation: Public Policy and the Efficiency of Capital Markets