• Smarter Europe

We must tackle long-term job insecurity, not just the excesses of the ‘gig economy’

Over the last decade the economic prospects facing European workers have changed. For most, it’s been a change for the worse: less job security, less wage growth, more low-paid work, erosion of pensions and healthcare, and increased fears about future employment prospects, particularly for young people. The ‘gig economy’ – in which people hold several… Read article ›

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Europe needs a data-driven economy – ten ways to achieve it

The policymaking implications of the so-called 4th Industrial Revolution – the fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres – are hard to measure. What steps must we take to enhance transatlantic cooperation? How should Europe’s digital skills, labour market and regulatory framework evolve? And what must we do to… Read article ›