Publications

Filtered Results: 34 found

Jan 2020
INET Working Paper
No. 2020-02 - Can stimulating demand drive costs down? World War II as a natural experiment
François Lafond, Diana Greenwald, J. Doyne Farmer
Nov 2019
Blog
Learning From Automation Anxiety of the Past
Carl Frey, Carl Benedikt Frey
Oct 2019
INET Working Paper
No. 2019-14 - Measuring productivity dispersion: a parametric approach using the Lévy alpha-stable distribution
Jangho Yang, Torsten Heinrich, Julian Winkler, François Lafond, Pantelis Koutroumpis, J. Doyne Farmer
Jun 2019
Book
The Technology Trap: Capital, Labor, and Power in the Age of Automation
Carl Frey, Carl Benedikt Frey
Jun 2019
INET Working Paper
No. 2019-09 - Has the Middle Secured Its Share of Growth or Been Squeezed?
Brian Nolan, David Weisstanner
Jun 2019
INET Working Paper
No. 2019-07 - Inequality and Real Income Growth for Middle and Low-income Households Across Rich Countries in Recent Decades
Brian Nolan, Stefan Thewissen
Jun 2019
INET Working Paper
No. 2019-08 - Firm Heterogeneity and the Aggregate Labour Share
Matteo Richiardi, Luis Valenzuela
May 2019
Working Paper
Giving up on Growth? On the Validity of Post-Growth Arguments (in German)
Linus Mattauch, Jan Siegmeier, Franziska Funke
Apr 2019
INET Working Paper
No. 2019-04 - What Happened to the 'Great American Jobs Machine'?
Brian Nolan, Matteo Richiardi, Lane Kenworthy
Apr 2019
Journal
Wright meets Markowitz: How standard portfolio theory changes when assets are technologies following experience curves
in Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control
J. Doyne Farmer, Fabrizio Lillo, François Lafond, Rupert Way, Valentyn Panchenko
Feb 2019
Video
Dr Carl Benedikt Frey: Saving labour: automation and its enemies
Carl Benedikt Frey
Jan 2019
Journal
Long-run dynamics of the U.S. patent classification system
in Journal of Evolutionary Economics
François Lafond, Daniel Kim
Nov 2018
Journal
2. Background and data 3. Empirical strategy and results 4. Conclusions Appendix A. Supplementary materials Research Data References Figures (4) Fig. 1. Uber’s rollout in the United States Fig. 2. The spatial diffusion of Uber in the United States Fig. 3
in European Economic Review
Carl Frey, Carl Benedikt Frey, Thor Berger, Chinchih Chen
Oct 2018
Video
Prof Chris Magee: How useful and reliable is a simplified perspective on Technological Change?
Chris Magee
Aug 2018
Blog
Inequality and ordinary living standards in rich countries
Brian Nolan
Mar 2018
Journal
How well do experience curves predict technological progress? A method for making distributional forecasts
in Technological Forecasting and Social Change
J. Doyne Farmer, François Lafond, Aimee Gotway Bailey, Jan David Bakker, Dylan Rebois, Rubina Zadourian, Patrick McSharry