Krugman on the Postnormal Economy

Things are blurrier than ever.

I believe the threshold of the postnormal was the early 2000s, the point at which more than 50% of work become cognitive, non-routine. Likely as much as 70% now. It also was the turning point of productivity growth, which tailed off after the transition to an internet/computer economic platform.

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My principal obsession is the ecology of work and the anthropology of the future.

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My principal obsession is the ecology of work and the anthropology of the future.

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