Recent Highlights

2016 Economic Report of the President cites our study

Obama’s Council of Economic Advisors employs our methodology to examine the future impact of automation on wages

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The 2016 World Development Report uses our methodology

Carl Benedikt advises the World Bank on the exposure of developing countries to digitalisation

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 Bill Gates talks about the implications of our study on job automation at the American Enterprise Institute

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Former Swedish prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt speaks about our research on the future of jobs

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Carl Benedikt becomes director of new research programme funded by Citigroup

Citigroup and the Oxford Martin School publishes new report on the Future of Innovation and Employment

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Sky News interview

Carl Benedikt speaks about the Fourth Industrial Revolution on Sky News

 

BBC interview

Carl Benedikt discusses the future of work on BBC News Channel

The Bank of England’s Chief Economist Andy Haldane discusses our research on automation…

…and implications for the future of inflation and interest rates

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Carl Benedikt speaks to Martin Wolf on BBC Radio 4 together with Lawrence Summers, Joseph Stiglitz and Thomas Piketty

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 Coverage of our research on the future of work becomes the 2nd most read Economist article of the year

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 Former Swedish finance minister Anders Borg discusses our study on automation and impacts on fiscal and monetary policy at the World Economic Forum 

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 German parliament debates our study on digitalisation and examines its impacts on the future of work in Germany

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2nd most influential young opinion leader

Carl Benedikt is named the 2nd most influential young opinion leader in Sweden by the business magazine Veckans Affärer

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