What are the characteristics of inequality? According to Di Vico, it is generational

The statistics do not highlight it, but the gap is primarily generational, caused by the exclusion of young people from the world of work. This is according to Corriere della Sera journalist, Dario Di Vico.

Di |2024-06-12T12:16:33+01:00Novembre 30th, 2018|Future of Work, MF|0 Commenti

Italian universities are becoming ever minor and more exclusive – save them

Funds are reduced, there are fewer lecturers and students: here is Professor Gianfranco Viesti's suggestion to change higher education in Italy and place guarantees on the right to study

Di |2024-06-12T12:16:06+01:00Agosto 1st, 2018|Education, Human Capital, MF|0 Commenti

Stiglitz: “Inequality? The result of our choices and political and economic actions. But we can reverse our direction.”

The Nobel Prize for Economics winner Joseph Stiglitz reflects about the inequalities that impact society and the role of technology and training in overturning the rules of the game.

Di |2024-06-12T12:15:20+01:00Novembre 21st, 2017|Future of Work, MF|0 Commenti

Stiglitz: Work for everybody in the robot era? The West (for now) has no answer

Video interview with the Nobel Prize winner for Economics: The next five years? We must deal with the entry of artificial intelligence into production processes. And to ensure that everyone, not only the best, have dignified employment

Di |2024-06-12T12:15:10+01:00Ottobre 13th, 2017|Future of Work, MF|0 Commenti

Do New Technologies Cause Unemployment? Not really. Training is the key

The Director of the OCSE Department of Labour and Social Policies has no doubts: "Automation will not create unemployment. The only way to limit the polarizing effect between workers and high and low qualifications will be continuous training."

Di |2024-06-12T12:14:54+01:00Luglio 7th, 2017|Future of Work, Innovation, MF|0 Commenti