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Jobs After The Pandemic. Q&A With Nobel Laureate Michael Spence

Jobs After The Pandemic. Q&A With Nobel Laureate Michael Spence

Born in New Jersey, Michael Spence was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2001. A professor at New York University, Stanford University and the Bocconi School of Management in Milan, his blend of academic rigor and practical knowledge make him a hugely influential expert on the forces shaping the future of work around the world. Driving Change began our conversation by asking him about the pandemic and its consequences for employment.

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Were you paying attention in 2020? Take our quiz to find out.

Were you paying attention in 2020? Take our quiz to find out.

What an extraordinary year it has been, with a once-in-100-years pandemic, an historic US presidential election, the long-drawn-out saga of Brexit in Europe, and a host of other lesser-spotted occurrences. But have you been paying attention? Take our quiz to discover if you are top of the public policy pops or whether the finer details have somehow passed you by.

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How Public is your Country's Wealth? Take our quiz.

How Public is your Country's Wealth? Take our quiz.

While Financial Times commentator Martin Wolf states that public wealth funds are an idea whose time has finally come, several have actually been in existence for a considerable number of years. But do you know your Ricostruzione Industriale (Italian Institute for Industrial Reconstruction) from your Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (Greece’s national wealth fund)? Find out by taking this quiz, devised by Andrew Cave.

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