ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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History of Anxiety and Possibility

The developed world faces a new bout of anxiety given the current status of technology development. To understand the anxiety, the historical perspective on the short- and long-run effects of technological progress on labour substitution, post the Great Depression, is traced. The present technological progress stands in contrast to what Keynes called the “Economic Possibilities” of technological unemployment. The probable policies for tackling contemporary issues of technological unemployment are discussed.

Driverless Vehicles and Their Future in India

As driverless vehicles become a reality, there is a need to understand what such technology could mean for urban transportation in India. Even as the penetration of autonomous vehicle technologies may be limited in India, and its labour market and land use implications few, it could prove to be a highly efficient low-cost urban transport alternative compared to the hugely expensive metro systems of today.
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