Body Temperature and Key Strokes: Covid-19 and changing systems of worker monitoring in India. Early Insights from a Live-tracker
This new paper examines the challenges and risks related to the use of digital technologies to test and monitor worker health and productivity in India.
This new paper investigates the effects of routine-biased technological change in South Africa and the unequal effects within the labor market.
This paper studies to what extent jobs done by women are more at risk of automation than jobs done by men, using recently collected data for urban labor markets in 13 low- and middle-income countries.
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.
Ramiro Albrieu, Urvashi Aneja, Krish Chetty, Vikrom Mathur, Martin Rapetti, and Antje Uhlig –research partners of IDRC Future of Work in the Global South initiative– presented at T-20 Argentina 2018 a policy brief summarizing views from the South on the prospects of innovation.
The G20 and the Reskilling Effort to Bring the Fourth Industrial Revolution to Emerging Countries: Some Insights from Latin America
Ramiro Albrieu and Martin Rapetti presented a policy brief at T-20 Japan 2019. Throughout the policy brief, they analyse to what extent Latin America is ready to reap the benefits of this revolution and propose a set of policies for a successful reskilling of the labour force.
Gregory Randolph and 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.
Urvashi Aneja, Krish Chetty, Ramiro Albrieu, and Martin Rapetti presented a policy brief at T-20 Japan 2019 about the growth of the platform economy in creating new opportunities and efficiencies in G20 economies.