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The Economist

Azeem Azhar: "Even if robots have yet to take all the jobs, technology is fundamentally reshaping the nature of work in other ways, as firms rethink their businesses after the pandemic. There will be new skills to learn, new responsibilities to master and new models of remote and hybrid working. Employees will be forced to adapt."

Wired

Azeem Azhar: "Entrepreneurs and investors will not be able to change the world’s economy by themselves. In 2021, we will understand that replacing incumbent systems with cleantech will require the co-operation of large companies and governments, too."

The Washington Post

“The coronavirus is creating a fundamental opportunity to remake the economy,” says Azeem Azhar.

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