In the June 2017 edition of the twice-yearly S&P Global Academic Roundtable in New York, two key issues were tackled: the rise of automation and robotics, and what that might mean for employment and the economy; and the Trump economic policies that might come out of the new administration. Representatives from leading academic institutions such as Brown, NYU and Boston University were in attendance as well as a wide range of analysts and economists from S&P Global, they share their perspectives in this video.
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