Ideas in Action

In addition to his research and responsibilities at Oxford University, Carl Benedikt is engaged in driving policy and businesses practice worldwide. Here are some reports by selected organizations adopting his work:

Nov 2017 - World Trade Report 2017World Trade Organization

Oct 2017 - Global Employment Trends for Youth 2017: Paths to a better working futureInternational Labour Organization

Oct 2017 - Industrial Digitalisation ReviewUK Government

Oct 2017 - Flagship Report: World Employment and Social Outlook 2017: Sustainable enterprises and jobs International Labour Organization

Oct 2017 - Taylor Review, Commissioned by the Prime Minister

Oct 2017 - Accelerating clean energy through Industry 4.0United Nations Industrial Development Organization

Sep 2017 - Technology and Labour: Steering the Change, European House Ambrosetti

Jul 2017 - Singapore : 2017 IMF Country Report, International Monetary Fund

May 2017 - New automation technologies and job creation and destruction dynamicsInternational Labour Organization

Mar 2017 - Making Trade an Engine of Growth for All: The Case for Trade and for Policies to Facilitate AdjustmentInternational Monetary Fund

Feb 2017 - 2016 Labour Overview, International Labour Organization

Jan 2017 - Harnessing automation for a future that worksMcKinsey Global Institute

Nov 2016 - Technological changes and work in the future: Making technology work for allInternational Labour Organization

Nov 2016 - Four fundamentals of workplace automationMcKinsey&Company

Sep 2016 - Finance & DevelopmentInternational Monetary Fund

Sep 2016 - Digitalization and structural labour market problems: The case of GermanyInternational Labour Organization

Jul 2016 - The future of work in the developing worldBrookings

Jun 2016 - Structural Transformation in the OECD: Digitalization, Deindustrialization and the Future of WorkOECD 

Jun 2016 - Digitalization, Jobs, and Convergence in Europe: Strategies for Closing the Skills GapEuropean Commission

May 2016 - World Development Report 2016: Digital DividendsThe World Bank

Feb 2016 - The 2016 Economic Report of the PresidentThe White House

Jan 2016 - Technology at Work v2.0: The Future Is Not What It Used to Be, Citigroup

Nov 2015 - Labour’s ShareThe Bank of England

Nov 2015 - Human Development Report 2015: Work for Human Development, United Nations Development Programme

Jul 2015 - Select Committee on Digital SkillsHouse of Lords

Jun 2015 - Digitaliseringskommissionen - Om Sverige i FramtidenSwedish Government

Mar 2015 - New job creation in the UK: which regions will benefit most from the digital revolution?PricewaterhouseCoopers

Mar 2015 - Finance & DevelopmentInternational Monetary Fund

Feb 2015 - The future of work: Increasing reach through mobile technologyInternational Labour Organization

Feb 2015 - Technology at Work: The Future of Innovation and EmploymentCitigroup

Jan 2015 - The Creative Economy and the Future of EmploymentNesta

Nov 2014 - Agiletown: the relentless march of technology and London’s responseDeloitte

Jan 2014 - Defining and Measuring the “Market for Brands”: Are emerging Economies Catching Up?World Intellectual Propery Organization

Jun 2013 - Patent backlogs, inventories and pendency: An international frameworkUS Department of Commerce

Jan 2012 - Global Risks 2013World Economic Forum