A New Industrial Revolution…This Time Digital

The world has gained from the recent “digital revolution”, but the innovations have also disrupted traditional growth patterns. Historically, industrial revolutions have produced losers as well as winners, and it has often taken time to see how different stakeholders would fare. Among major economies including the US and the UK, growth in recent decades has slowed compared to the past century averages, a reminder of the harsh nature of industrial revolutions. Download and read the PDF for A New Industrial Revolution.

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