Technology and innovation create "disruption" -- creating new markets or value networks, which eventually disrupts earlier technologies. New products, new inventions, new sources of demand are all possible. Yet, the very innovation that creates these opportunities also can create job losses as well as having significant distributional consequences for society as a whole. Panel speakers explore this duality.
In the lead up to the 2014 INET conference in Toronto, Ontario, we speak with CIGI experts to learn more about innovation in the global economy.
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