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———, The Robot and I: How New Digital Technologies Are Making Smart People and Businesses Smarter by Automating Rote Work, 2015.
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———, Synthesis Report of the National Dialogues on the Future of Work, 2017.
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———, A Future That Works: Automation, Employment, and Productivity, McKinsey Global Institute (MGI), 2017.
———, Jobs lost, jobs gained: Workforce Transitions in a Time of Automation, McKinsey Global Institute (MGI), 2017.
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———, Accelerating Gender Parity in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, 2017.
———, Accelerating Workforce Reskilling for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, 2017.
———, Eight Futures of Work: Scenarios and their Implications, 2018.
———, The Future of Jobs: Employment, Skills and Workforce Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, 2016.
———, The Future of Jobs and Skills in Africa, 2017.
———, The Future of Jobs and Skills in MENA, 2017.
———, The Global Gender Gap Report 2017, 2017.
———, The Global Human Capital Report 2017, 2017.
———, How to Prevent Discriminatory Outcomes in Machine Learning, 2018.
———, Realizing Human Potential in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, 2017.