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Trade, Technology and the Future of Work

Hosted by the Centre for Economic Performance and Department of Economics

Old Theatre, Old Building

Speakers

Dr Swati Dhingra

Dr Swati Dhingra

Dorothee Rouzet

Dorothee Rouzet

Professor Peter Schott

Professor Peter Schott

Professor John Van Reenen

Professor John Van Reenen

Chair

Professor Andres Velasco

Professor Andres Velasco

With innovation slowing down, are workers?going to be stuck in precarious low-wage?work? The panellists will propose their?solutions to this and other issues facing?the future of work.

Swati Dhingra (@swatdhingraLSE) is Associate Professor?of Economics at LSE and the Centre for?Economic Performance.

Dorothee Rouzet?is a senior economist at the OECD. She leads on the Chief Economist Office's work for OECD flagship publications on the Global Economic Outlook and Interim Economic Outlook, including shaping key messages on global economic developments and policy recommendations.

Peter Schott is Juan Trippe Professor of?International Economics, Yale School of?Management.

John Van Reenen (@johnvanreenen) is Gordon?Y Billard Professor in Management and?Economics, MIT and BP Centennial Professor,?LSE.

Andres Velasco (@AndresVelasco) is Dean of the LSE School?of Public Policy.

The?Department of Economics?(@LSEEcon) at the LSE is one of the leading economics departments in the world. We are a large department, ensuring all mainstream areas of economics are strongly represented in research and teaching.

Established at LSE in 1990?CEP?(@CEP_LSE) is one of Europe's leading economic research centres. It addresses three related questions: How to foster growth? How to share growth? How to make growth sustainable??

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