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The robots are coming, and Sweden is fine

2017-12-28 The Economic Times

In much of the world, people whose livelihoods depend on paychecks are increasingly anxious about a potential wave of unemployment threatened by automation.
 

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In much of the world, people whose livelihoods depend on paychecks are increasingly anxious about a potential wave of unemployment threatened by automation.
 
 
 
increasingly anxious about a potential wave of unemployment threatened by automation.
 

In much of the world  people are increasingly  anxious about a coming wave of unemployment because of automation, writes The Economic Times. "There's a risk that the social contract could crack," said Mårten Blix, IFN, to The Economic Times and more outlets.

"There's a risk that the social contract could crack," said Marten Blix, an economist at the Research Institute of Industrial Economics in Stockholm.
 

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