Pathways to the future of the labour market

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Interview with Technequality researchers Didier Fouarge (ROA) and Cornelia Suta (Cambridge Econometrics)

In this interview Professor Didier Fouarge, Director of the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market at Maastricht University, and Cornelia Suta, Principal Consultant at Cambridge Econometrics, are asked about the Technequality Horizon 2020 project they are working on and how this project will help understand the complexities of labour in the age of automation.

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