The impact of new technologies is likely to define our future societies. The distinction between the actual and virtual worlds will become blurred and artificial intelligence (AI) and robots will play an increasingly important role in economic production, potentially replacing large numbers of workers.

Given this profound change you need to understand the economic implications in order to respond confidently.  We are unique in our understanding of the different stages of the innovation cycle and the role of public sector funding because these elements are built in to our macroeconomic assessments.

Some challenging questions we can help you answer:

Our Innovation work

Working futures employment and skills projections

For over 30 years we have collaborated with the Warwick Institute for Employment Research to provide the UK’s official employment and skills projections, Working Futures.

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Future employment and automation

The main purpose of this study is to raise awareness of the changes that the EU labour market will face as a result of the adoption of new technologies. It is the first study of its kind to use pan-European data sources (the Eurofound Task analysis and the Cedefop Skills Forec...

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Reviewing the impact of the low-carbon mobility transition on jobs

We carried out this review of the drivers of the impact on jobs from the transition to low-carbon cars and vans in Europe.

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Evaluating programmes to support aerospace technology

We developed a monitoring system with KPIs to evaluate the impact of the funding programmes of the UK’s Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI).

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Innovation blog posts

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For more information on our work in Innovation, contact:

Hector Pollitt Director, Head of Modelling hp@camecon.com