Publications

Southern perspectives on global changes. Navigate through all our work and explore the research and policy analysis on the interplay between technological change and labor markets in the emerging world.

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Routine Biased
Technological Change
in a Middle-income
Country: the Case of South Africa

September 2021

  Rulof Burger, Joel Gondwe, Janneke Pieters

This new paper investigates the effects of routine-biased technological change in South Africa and the unequal effects within the labor market.

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Automation and
Pandemic: Threats to
Employment in Latin
America


September 2021

Leonardo Gasparini, Irene Brambilla, Cristian Bonavida  

This working papers studies the risk of automation, the unfeasibility of teleworking and the risk of contagion due to physical proximity in the six largest economies in Latin America.

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Why Future of Work in the Global South?

September 2021

 

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Remote work and inequality in a pandemic world


September 2021

  Pablo de la Vega

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New Opportunities in the Platform Economy: On-ramps to Formalization in the Global South

September 2021

  Gregory Randolph, Hernan Galperin

Research partners of the Future of Work in the Global South initiative presented at T-20 Japan 2019 a policy brief featuring the opportunities for formalization brought by the platform economy.

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