Labor, Technology, and Innovation in Europe: Facing Global Risk through Increased Resiliency

Robert A. Manning, Peter Engelke
Content Type
Policy Brief
Atlantic Council
After the economic crisis ground global business to a halt, leaders on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean began to recognize that ensuring a stable and prosperous future would require building greater resiliency to structural risks. In the coming decades, episodic banking crises and regional economic imbalances will interrupt global growth. Robotics and computer networks will upend entire industrial sectors. Stressed global ecosystems, a changing climate, pandemics, and demographic decline will all add other risks. While no one can yet say how these risks may manifest, they will shape the future.
Economics, Science and Technology, Labor Issues
Political Geography