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Automation Doesn't Kill Jobs. It Raises Inequality

Dagobert Brito | Robert Curl

Automation Doesn't Kill Jobs. It Raises Inequality.

Many economists have been concerned that automation will result in a loss of jobs. This work shows that is not the issue, and that the two main effects of automation are increased inequality and economic growth.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25613/ekr5-z260