Inspired by BII+E’s research on employment in the year 2030, artifacts from the future explore how current environmental, social, and political trends may shape the goods and services available in the next 10 years and beyond
Dec 4, 2019
Canada’s future competitiveness, and the well-being of individuals and communities, depends on how well businesses and policymakers understand and manage the shift to an intangible economy
Jul 25, 2019
Silicon Valley was once seen as the harbinger of a new information economy that would help spread prosperity. Learn more via Dr. Chris Benner, as part of our series on a more inclusive economy.