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KDI-Brookings, Launch of the“Shifting Paradigms: Growth, Finance, Jobs, and Inequality in the Digital Economy”

January 20, 2022(Thu)

  • Time 21:45~24:00 (KST)
  • Venue Online Only
  • Hosts KDI, Brookings
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Today, we conclude and reflect on the four-year joint research conducted by two of the world's leading think tanks, Brookings and KDI, under the theme of 'New Growth Agenda.'

Came out in 2020, the first report looked at the growth paradigm shift brought by technological advancement and its effect from a global perspective and suggested implications for policy directions. The subsequent report, which we are launching today, provides an in-depth discussion of the impact of technological change on productivity, finance, labor market, and inequality and its implications for overall economic policy.

While well-aware of the positive changes in productivity and economic growth, we should not overlook the consequences of digitalization on social disparity. It is because the digitally disadvantaged are at risk of being increasingly marginalized, and the digital divide could further split our societies. We hope this book will allow us to delve into the important challenges of our time and guide us forward.

Accordingly, we would like to take this opportunity to ask for your continued attention and support to the new, upcoming agenda of the joint research between Brookings and KDI.

☞ Purchase Book『Shifting Paradigms』(2022)
☞ Purchase Book『Growth in a Time of Change』(2020)
☞ KDI-Brookings Launch of the 『Shifting Paradigms』YouTube Video

 
 
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