Additional references: Service and sharing economy, Organisation of households

Additional references: Service and sharing economy, Organisation of households Phuah Eng Chye (30 March 2019) Services economy Manoj Atolia, Prakash Loungani, Milton Marquis, Chris Papageorgiou (28 September 2018) “Rethinking development policy: Deindustrialization, servicification and structural transformation”. IMF. https://www.imf.org/en/Publications/WP/Issues/2018/09/28/Rethinking-Development-Policy-Deindustrialization-Servicification-and-Structural-46253 This paper reviews theories on structural transformation and discusses issues relating to premature deindustrialization and the middle-income … “Additional references: Service and sharing economy, Organisation of households”

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Economicsofinformationsociety.com: Articles (July 2017- March 2019)

Economicsofinformationsociety.com: Articles (July 2017- March 2019) Phuah Eng Chye (23 March 2019) Information society Phuah Eng Chye (2015) Policy paradigms for the anorexic and financialised economy: Managing the transition to an information society. Introduction to the information society (1 July 2017) The significance of information effects (15 July 2017) Macroeconomic frameworks for an information society … “Economicsofinformationsociety.com: Articles (July 2017- March 2019)”

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Future of work: Strategy roadmap for labour

Future of work: Strategy roadmap for labour Phuah Eng Chye (16 March 2019) The most pressing question in the future of work is how to fix a broken labour market. Large industrial employment and traditional labour regulation grew up alongside each other and both are in tatters. Traditional employment is being replaced by transient and … “Future of work: Strategy roadmap for labour”

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Future of work: Transition to the information society

Future of work: Transition to the information society Phuah Eng Chye (2 March 2019) “Once we start on a technology path, it frames our choices, but the technology does not determine in the first place exactly which trajectory we will follow. We will be making choices in an inherently fluid and ever-changing environment shaped to … “Future of work: Transition to the information society”

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Future of work: Job destruction, income constraints and information

Future of work: Job destruction, income constraints and information Phuah Eng Chye (16 February 2019) Job destruction is accepted as an inevitable consequence of creative destruction; the destruction of the old to make way for the new. Creative destruction is made palatable by the many new products and conveniences that represents progress. Could you imagine … “Future of work: Job destruction, income constraints and information”

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Future of work: Inequality, overpaid CEOs and the value of labour

Future of work: Inequality, overpaid CEOs and the value of labour Phuah Eng Chye (2 February 2019) The widening disparities between the escalating pay of top executives and the stagnating wage of workers have become a focal point of public discontent. Susan Holmberg and Mark Schmitt note “the staggering, uninterrupted rise in CEO pay over … “Future of work: Inequality, overpaid CEOs and the value of labour”

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