Robots today represent a great opportunity for innovation and growth, but also a serious threat to all workers. But is it true that these machines and, more generally, systems with artificial intelligence will steal our place in the world? How will it happen? And what about the consequence on our society?
A comparative analysis of the German labour market to evaluate Macron’s loi travail as well as the Italian context, in the latest editorial of our man in Paris, Francesco Saraceno
A new article by Michel Martone examines a tendency of the Italian labor market, causing employment for those over 50 to increase while that of the under 35 diminishes. The lack of promotion of generational turnover compromises the economic system’s ability to be competitive
Valentina Meliciani and Roberta Radicchia investigate recruitment systems in the Italian labor market. Their findings demonstrate that too often, hiring in Italy occurs through “informal networks” that cause reduced mobility for workers and imbalance between education levels and jobs performed