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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 are 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.

Open the PDF below for this brief. A more comprehensive paper on the issue is available here