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10th Nov 18, 10:31am
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For all the hype about the choice and flexibility of the ‘gig economy’ most people prefer a regular nine-to-five-style job. But when people start out in gig jobs, their chances of switching to a conventional job later are surprisingly low
For all the hype about the choice and flexibility of the ‘gig economy’ most people prefer a regular nine-to-five-style job. But when people start out in gig jobs, their chances of switching to a conventional job later are surprisingly low
10th Nov 18, 10:31am
18th Oct 17, 2:00pm
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Worrying about the potential downside of smart machines can blind us to the exciting possibilities they may open up for us in the future, argues Darl Kolb
Worrying about the potential downside of smart machines can blind us to the exciting possibilities they may open up for us in the future, argues Darl Kolb
18th Oct 17, 2:00pm
25th Mar 17, 9:01am
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Mark Keating suggests the Government sells the right to a share in New Zealand Inc to potential migrants at a price reflecting the country's underlying value
Mark Keating suggests the Government sells the right to a share in New Zealand Inc to potential migrants at a price reflecting the country's underlying value
25th Mar 17, 9:01am
24th Mar 17, 11:30am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy argues the changing basis of economic prosperity demands a fundamental rethink of the way society is organised
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy argues the changing basis of economic prosperity demands a fundamental rethink of the way society is organised
24th Mar 17, 11:30am
23rd Mar 17, 10:43am
Against the backdrop of technology and globalisation driven job dislocation, Tom Peters argues we have to help people
Against the backdrop of technology and globalisation driven job dislocation, Tom Peters argues we have to help people
23rd Mar 17, 10:43am