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The capacity of humankind to store, transmit and manipulate information has been massively expanded in recent years as a result of a number of crucial innovations in computing and telecommunications technologies. Because of their general applicability, such technologies are having very significant effects in most areas of the economy, leading to a general acceleration in the pace of technical change. Work, its content, its organisation and design, and its regulation and protection are all undergoing change. These changes come with new realities and often bring a blurring of boundaries between different dimensions of work and between work, employment and non-work activity. Policymakers want...
Enrique Fernandez Macias
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