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Global and regional narratives about Future of Work in the Global South from the context of tech, skills, demographics and inequality. One more line to fit well in the space provided (30–33 words).

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New technologies and the future of jobs in Latin America

January 2022

  Irene Brambilla, Andrés César, Guillermo Falcone, Leonardo Gasparini

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Does technological growth destroy jobs and exacerbate wage inequality in middle income countries?


January 2022

  Joel Gondwe, Rulof Burger, Janneke Pieters

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The impact of robots in Latin America: Evidence from local labor markets

December 2021

  Leonardo Gasparini, Irene Brambilla, Andrés César, Guillermo Falcone

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Exploring the changing structure of Latin American labor markets with a gender perspective


December 2021

  Leonardo Gasparini, Irene Brambilla, Andrés César, Guillermo Falcone

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Routinization and Employment: Evidence for Latin America

January 2022

  Irene Brambilla, Andrés César, Guillermo Falcone, Leonardo Gasparini, Carlo Lombardo

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