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Technology and the Future of Work

The Impact on Labour Markets and Welfare States

Bent Greve

Changes in the labour market demand new solutions to mitigate the potentially dramatic wiping away of jobs, and this important book offers both analysis and suggestions for change. Bent Greve provides a systematic and vigorous assessment of the impact of new technology on the labour market and welfare states, including comprehensive analysis of the sharing and platform economies, new types of inequality and trends of changes in the labour market.
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The Impact on Labour Markets and Welfare States

Bent Greve

3.1  Job changes in the digital economy
3.2  Percentages of EU jobs at risk of automation in future decades, split into welfare regimes
4.1  Categories of collaborative economy activities and their characteristics
5.1  Skills, risk and consequences of automation split between routine and non-routine work
5.2  Development in employment protection for temporary workers in selected OECD countries since 1990
5.3  Development in underemployment in selected European countries and the United States since 2000 as a proportion of the labour force aged 15–64
5.4  Working poor in EU27 dependent on work intensity, selected years since 2006
5.5  Risk of being working poor depending on educational attainment level
5.6  Percentage of self-employed without employees (own-account workers)
5.7  Net replacement rate, single person average income, selected years 2002–2014
6.1  Trade union density rate in EU countries since 2000
6.2  Collective bargaining coverage rate in EU countries since 2000
6.3  Replaceability, flexibility and job quality
8.1  Development in Gini coefficient in selected EU countries and EU28 since 2007
8.2  At risk of poverty (60 per cent of median income) in selected EU member states in 2007 and 2014 (2015) aged 18–64
8.3  The share of income to the top 1 per cent in 2000 and the most recent year
9.1  Employment rate of the 15–64 age group in 2007 and 2015 for people born outside the EU and within each of the selected countries
9.2  Long-term unemployment in selected countries for the 15–64 age group for 2007 and 2015 depending on place of birth
9.3  Mean equivalised net income in 2014 for those from outside EU28 and from the reporting country, in euros