Digital disruption: STEM graduates and more regulation not the answer

16 June 2016

A complacent government could easily adopt a wait-and-see approach when it comes to the effects of technology on our economy, but a report from the Productivity Commission advocates what governments need to do to confront digital disruption - get out of its way, writes Jim Minifie.

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Jim Minifie, 2016, Digital disruption: STEM graduates and more regulation not the answer , The Conversation, viewed 26 March 2017, <http://apo.org.au/node/64860>.

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