Please tell me that is a doll and not a child. :-(
But it still took place, relatively speaking, slowly compared with current levels of disruption that are accompanying automation.
I have been saying this for years and years. Once I grew up and got over my masters degree in economics (with all of the econometrics that it entailed, along with a twist on old theory and a paper at the AAEA annual meeting).
True in macro effect.
Automation probably “destroys” more jobs than trade because of direct substitution
I’d like to be able to comment inline …
“Don’t Ask to See the Story Beforehand
Really, don’t. We will never let you see the article. Never. Not at a top tier publication, anyway.”
As we learned in 2016, this isn’t how political insiders see their role in providing commentary…
Yes. But this isn’t FARMERS, in the main. This is agribusiness/food corporations — a handful of global entities that stock the shelves of the modern grocery store and 7–11. :-(