National economy American researcher: Automation doesn’t kill jobs in the world. The problem is the breakdown of the engine of economic growth.

Aaron Benanav says the cause of the problems of the working population in developed countries is not automation but the declining engine of growth in the world economy.

History researcher Aaron Benanavilla is a theory. He believes that many leading economists are badly wrong.

Benanav, an American working at Humboldt University in Berlin, presented his theory in a book published last year Automation and the Future of Work (Automation and the future of work).



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