In such a context, we can no longer take it for granted that technological advances, and the related innovations in processes and business models, will automatically lead to better economic performance and stronger productivity growth. At the same time, there is no guarantee that the benefits of higher levels of growth, or higher levels of productivity in certain sectors, when they materialise, will be broadly shared across the population as a whole. On the contrary, there is a risk of a vicious cycle settingn, with individuals with fewer skills and poorer access to opportunities often confined to operate in lowproductivity, precarious jobs, and - in many emerging-market countries - in the informal economy. Thisreduces aggregate productivity, widens inequality, and ultimately undermines policy efforts to increase productivity and growth.
Aus: The Procuctivity-Inclusiveness Nexus - OECD Juli 2016 - kann bei der OECD ( Bookshop ) unter http://www.oecdbookshop.org/browse.asp?pid=title-detail&lang=en&ds=&ISB=9789264258303 erworben werden.