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De krappe arbeidsmarkt als historische kans voor Nederland, in Socialisme & Democratie, 12-08-2022.
“Why is productivity growth so low (in the age of AI and robots)?”, Keynote address to the conference on Technology, Employment and Industrial Dynamics, Pisa, 7-8 August 2022
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Kleinknecht, A. (2020): ‘The (negative) impact of supply-side labour market reforms on productivity. An overview of the evidence’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 44(2): 445-46.
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Alfred Kleinknecht is Professor of Economics Emeritus of TU Delft and VU Amsterdam. He worked at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, at various universities in the Netherlands, and at the Hans-Boeckler-Foundation at Duesseldorf.