In his book, Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future, futurist Martin Ford warns of 75% unemployment by 2100, as robots will finally defeat humans and half of all existing occupations will disappear. Should we believe it? Prominent Russian economist and deputy director of the HSE Centre for Labour Market Studies Rostislav Kapeliushnikov does not think so. According to his paper 'Is Technological Change a Devourer of Jobs?'', predictions of a 'labour market apocalypse' with mass loss of jobs caused by technological progress are unfounded.
Workshop 'Recent Developments in Higgs Theory'
Dr. Glenn Diesen workshop 'Geoeconomics in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: The Restructuring of Global Value-Chains'
Internatonal workshop 'From Values to Behaviour: Interdisciplinary Studies of Regional Differences in Russia'
Mikhail Matovnikov to speak on 'Current Trends in the Banking System'
Submission deadline - September 15, 2018