Surviving Job Darwinism (ft. Sir Christopher Pissarides) cover
Surviving Job Darwinism (ft. Sir Christopher Pissarides) cover
2050 Investors

Surviving Job Darwinism (ft. Sir Christopher Pissarides)

Surviving Job Darwinism (ft. Sir Christopher Pissarides)

24min |18/11/2021
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Surviving Job Darwinism (ft. Sir Christopher Pissarides) cover
2050 Investors

Surviving Job Darwinism (ft. Sir Christopher Pissarides)

Surviving Job Darwinism (ft. Sir Christopher Pissarides)

24min |18/11/2021
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Economy, planet, markets and you 


When it comes to skills and jobs, AQ (Adaptability Quotient) can have a massive impact on your career. Especially as workers have to change and evolve to keep pace with new technologies.


In this new episode of 2050 Investors, Kokou Agbo-Bloua investigates our ability to survive in a labour market that is poised to be revolutionized by technology. For further insight, Sir Christopher Pissarides, 2010 Nobel Prize Laureate in Economics, joins Kokou in his investigation of the future of jobs. 


“2050 Investors” offers an investigation into tomorrow’s economic and market mega-trends, ahead of 2050’s global sustainability targets. Sourcing information directly from market practitioners, the financial press, research reports, the podcast provides you with insights from all around the globe. New episodes once every three weeks: please subscribe, leave comments and spread the word!

Credits. Presenter & Writer: Kokou Agbo-Bloua. Editor: Julien Moity, Vincent Nickelsen. Production Designer: Emmanuel Minelle, Radio K7 Creative. Executive Producer : Fanny Giniès. Sound Director: Antoine Larchet. Music: Rone. Graphic Design: Cedric Cazaly.

Whilst the following podcast discusses the financial markets, it does not recommend any particular investment decision. If you are unsure of the merits of any investment decision, please seek professional advice. 

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Economy, planet, markets and you 


When it comes to skills and jobs, AQ (Adaptability Quotient) can have a massive impact on your career. Especially as workers have to change and evolve to keep pace with new technologies.


In this new episode of 2050 Investors, Kokou Agbo-Bloua investigates our ability to survive in a labour market that is poised to be revolutionized by technology. For further insight, Sir Christopher Pissarides, 2010 Nobel Prize Laureate in Economics, joins Kokou in his investigation of the future of jobs. 


“2050 Investors” offers an investigation into tomorrow’s economic and market mega-trends, ahead of 2050’s global sustainability targets. Sourcing information directly from market practitioners, the financial press, research reports, the podcast provides you with insights from all around the globe. New episodes once every three weeks: please subscribe, leave comments and spread the word!

Credits. Presenter & Writer: Kokou Agbo-Bloua. Editor: Julien Moity, Vincent Nickelsen. Production Designer: Emmanuel Minelle, Radio K7 Creative. Executive Producer : Fanny Giniès. Sound Director: Antoine Larchet. Music: Rone. Graphic Design: Cedric Cazaly.

Whilst the following podcast discusses the financial markets, it does not recommend any particular investment decision. If you are unsure of the merits of any investment decision, please seek professional advice. 

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Economy, planet, markets and you 


When it comes to skills and jobs, AQ (Adaptability Quotient) can have a massive impact on your career. Especially as workers have to change and evolve to keep pace with new technologies.


In this new episode of 2050 Investors, Kokou Agbo-Bloua investigates our ability to survive in a labour market that is poised to be revolutionized by technology. For further insight, Sir Christopher Pissarides, 2010 Nobel Prize Laureate in Economics, joins Kokou in his investigation of the future of jobs. 


“2050 Investors” offers an investigation into tomorrow’s economic and market mega-trends, ahead of 2050’s global sustainability targets. Sourcing information directly from market practitioners, the financial press, research reports, the podcast provides you with insights from all around the globe. New episodes once every three weeks: please subscribe, leave comments and spread the word!

Credits. Presenter & Writer: Kokou Agbo-Bloua. Editor: Julien Moity, Vincent Nickelsen. Production Designer: Emmanuel Minelle, Radio K7 Creative. Executive Producer : Fanny Giniès. Sound Director: Antoine Larchet. Music: Rone. Graphic Design: Cedric Cazaly.

Whilst the following podcast discusses the financial markets, it does not recommend any particular investment decision. If you are unsure of the merits of any investment decision, please seek professional advice. 

Description

Economy, planet, markets and you 


When it comes to skills and jobs, AQ (Adaptability Quotient) can have a massive impact on your career. Especially as workers have to change and evolve to keep pace with new technologies.


In this new episode of 2050 Investors, Kokou Agbo-Bloua investigates our ability to survive in a labour market that is poised to be revolutionized by technology. For further insight, Sir Christopher Pissarides, 2010 Nobel Prize Laureate in Economics, joins Kokou in his investigation of the future of jobs. 


“2050 Investors” offers an investigation into tomorrow’s economic and market mega-trends, ahead of 2050’s global sustainability targets. Sourcing information directly from market practitioners, the financial press, research reports, the podcast provides you with insights from all around the globe. New episodes once every three weeks: please subscribe, leave comments and spread the word!

Credits. Presenter & Writer: Kokou Agbo-Bloua. Editor: Julien Moity, Vincent Nickelsen. Production Designer: Emmanuel Minelle, Radio K7 Creative. Executive Producer : Fanny Giniès. Sound Director: Antoine Larchet. Music: Rone. Graphic Design: Cedric Cazaly.

Whilst the following podcast discusses the financial markets, it does not recommend any particular investment decision. If you are unsure of the merits of any investment decision, please seek professional advice. 

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