How Should Education Adapt In the Race Between Education and Technology?

Date: 01 January 2016

Technological change is a key driver of the demand for skills, both in terms of level and type. In the developed world in the 20th century, innovations in both products and processes raised, on average, the skill requirements of the workforce. It also lead to a different mix of skills being required as technology drives down the need for labour engaged in certain tasks and their associated occupations: process operatives in manufacturing or clerical administration, for example. On the other hand ...

Craig Holmes

Employment, Equity and Growth

How Should Education Adapt In the Race Between Education and Technology?


Type: paper

Holmes, C. (2016). 'How Should Education Adapt In the Race Between Education and Technology?' In C.B. Frey, M.A. Osborne, C. Holmes, et al. "Technology at Work v2.0: The Future Is Not What It Used To Be". Citi GPS: Global Perspectives & Solutions, Oxford Martin School and Citi. pp.115-124.


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