Future of Work: Bibliography of Papers

America at Work: A National Mosaic and Roadmap for Tomorrow external siteWalMart Corporation
Artificial Intelligence and Employment: New Cross Country Evidence external siteAlexandre Georgieff; Raphaela HyeeOECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers No. 265
Artificial Intelligence and National Security external siteCongressional Research Service
Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and the Economy external siteRob SeamansExecutive Office of the President of the United States
Automation and AI will disrupt the American labor force. Here’s how we can protect workers external siteBrookings Institute
Automation and Artificial Intelligence external siteMark Muro; Robert Maxim; Jacob WhitonMetropolitan Policy Program
Automation of Work: Literature Review external siteEleonora Peruffo; Lea Schmidlechner; Ricardo Rodriguez Contreras; Daniel MolinuevoEurofound
Bureau of Labor Statistics Report to the Committees on Appropriates of the House of Representatives and the Senate on measuring effects of new technologies on the American Workforce external siteBureau of Labor Statistics
Emerging Technologies and Preparing for the Future Labor Market external siteRobert D. AtkinsonInformation Technology & Innovation Foundation
Employers Can’t Retrain the U.S. by themselves external siteBloomberg Opinion
The Employment Impact of Autonomous Vehicles external siteU.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, Office of the Chief Economist
The Feeling Economy: Managing in the Next Generation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) external siteMing-Hui Huang; Roland Rust; Vojislav MaksimovicBerkeley Haas School of Business, Univ of California
Fourth Industrial Revolution: Beacons of Technology and Innovation in Manufacturing external siteWorld Economic Forum; McKinsey & Company
The Future Computed external siteMicrosoft
The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation? external siteCarl Benedikt Frey; Michael A. OsborneUniversity of Oxford
The Future of Jobs Report 2018 external siteWorld Economic Forum, Centre for the New Economy and Society
The Future of Jobs Report 2020 external siteWorld Economic Forum
The Future of Skills: Employment in 2030 external siteHasan Bakhshi; Jonathan Downing; Michael Osborne; Philippe SchneiderLondon: Pearson and Nesta
The Future of Work external siteOECD
The Future of Work After COVID-19 external siteSusan Lund; Anu Madgavkar; James Manyika; Sven Smit; Kweilin Ellingrud; Olivia RobinsonMcKinsey Global Institute
The Future of Work and Inclusion external siteInternational Economic Development Council
The Future of Work in America: People and places, today and tomorrow external siteMcKinsey & Company
The Future of Work: The Impact of Technology on Work and Consequences for LMISteve HineMN DEED
A Future that Works: Automation, Employment, and Productivity external siteJames Manyika; Michael Chui; Mehdi Miremadi; Jacques Bughin; Katy George; Paul Willmott; Martin DewhurstMcKinsey & Company
The Global Skills Shortage: Bridging the Talent Gap with Education, Training, and Sourcing external siteSociety for Human Resource Management
The Great Decoupling – An Interview with Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee external siteHarvard Business Review
The Growth of Low-Skill Service Jobs and the Polarization of the US Labor Market external siteDavid H. Autor; David DornAmerican Economic Review
H.R. 4829 on Artificial Intelligence Workforce external site115th Congress, 2d Session
The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Labor Market external siteMichael WebbStanford University
The impact of technology on work and the workforce external sitePaul Schulte; John HowardInternational Labor Organization (ILO)
Information Technology and the U.S. Workforce: Where are we and where do we go from here? external siteCommittee on Information Technology, Automation, and the U.S. Workforce – The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Jobs of Tomorrow: Mapping Opportunity in the New Economy external siteWorld Economic Forum
Labour-Saving Technologies and Employment Levels external siteMariagrazia Squicciarini; Jacopo StaccioliOECD Science, Technology and Industry Policy Papers No. 124
Modernizing Learning: Building the Future Learning EcosystemJ.J. Walcutt; Sae Schatz
More than meets AI: Assessing the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the work of Government external siteIBM Center for The Business of Government
More Than Meets AI: Part II: Building Trust Managing Risk external siteIBM Center for The Business of Government
Mounting a Response to Technological Unemployment external siteAndrew StettnerThe Century Foundation
The National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic Plan: 2019 Update external siteSelect Committee on Artificial Intelligence of the National Science & Technology Council
The next era of human machine partnerships external siteDell Technologies
The Occupational Impact of Artificial Intelligence: Labor, Skills, and Polarization external siteEdward Felten; Manav Raj; Robert SeamansNYU Stern School of Business
The Payoff to Skill in the Third Industrial Revolution external siteYujia Liu; David B. GruskyStanford University
The Quant Crunch: How the Demand for Data Science skills is disrupting the job market external siteBurning Glass; IBM; Business Higher Education Forum
The Race between Man and Machine: Implications of Technology for Growth, Factor Shares, and Employment external siteDaron Acemoglu; Pascual RestrepoAmerican Economic Review
The Rapid Adoption of Data-Driven Decision-Making external siteErik Brynjolfsson; Kristina McElheranAmerican Economic Review
Reskilling America's Workforce external siteNational Science Foundation; Business Higher Education Forum
Robotics, Automation and the Economy external siteRob SeamansExecutive Office of the President of the United States
Robots and Jobs: Evidence from U.S. Labor Markets external siteDaron Acemoglu; Pascual RestrepoMIT; Boston University
Robots or Workers? A Macro Analysis of Automation and Labor Markets external siteSylvain Leduc; Zheng LiuFederal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Robots, Skill Demand and Manufacturing in US Regional Labor Markets external siteNancey Green Leigh; Benjamin Kraft; Heonyeong Lee
Shift Happens: Finding Strong Footing: The Future of Assessment in the Learning-to-Employment Landscape external siteJAMAI BLIVIN; MERRILEA J. MAYO, PH.D.Innovate + Educate
Skill discrepancies between research, education, and jobs reveal the critical need to supply soft skills for the data economy external siteKaty Borner; Olga Scrivner; Mike Gallant; Shutian Ma; Xiazhong Liu; Keith Chewning; Lingfei Wu; James A. Evans
Technological Adaptation, Cities, and New Work external siteJeffrey LinHarvard College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Technology at Work: The Future of Innovation and Employment external siteCarl Benedikt; Michael OsborneOxford Martin School; Citi
Toward understanding the impact of artificial intelligence on labor external siteMorgan R. Frank; David Autor; James E. Bessen; Erik Brynjolfsson; Manuel Cebrian; David J. Deming; Maryann Feldman; Matthew Groh; José Lobo; Esteban Moro; Dashun Wang; Hyejin Youn; Iyad RahwanProceedings of the National Academies of Science of the USA (PNAS journal)
Towards a Reskilling Revolution: A Future of Jobs for All external siteWorld Economic Forum; The Boston Consulting Group
Towards a Reskilling Revolution: Industry-Led Action for the Future of Work external siteWorld Economic Forum; The Boston Consulting Group
Training for Jobs of the Future: Artificial Intelligence and its Role in Society external siteRobert Lerman; Pamela Loprest; Daniel KuehnUrban Institute
The Twin Trends of Aging and Automation: Leveraging a tech-empowered experienced workforce external siteOliver WymanMarsh & McLennan Advantage Insights
Understanding the Changing Nature of Work: Implications for Research and Evaluation to Inform Programs Serving Low-Income Populations external siteCynthia MillerMDRC
What Can Machines Learn external siteErik Brynjolfsson; Tom Mitchell; Daniel RockAmerican Economic Association
What Jobs are affected by AI? Better-paid, better-educated workers face the most exposure external siteMark Muro; Jacob Whiton; Robert MaximMetropolitan Policy Program at Brookings
The Work of the Future: Shaping Technology and Institutions external siteMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Workforce Automation: Better Data Needed to Assess and Plan for Effects of Advanced Technologies on Jobs external siteGovernment Accountability Office
World Development Report 2019: The Changing Nature of Work external siteWorld Bank

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