Change need not be a runaway train

The Nobel Laureate Robert Solow described in 1957 how technological change, which germinates new ideas, products and solutions, and thereby enhances productivity, is inextricably linked with the economic growth that improves our standard of living.  This change contributes to over 80% of the growth in the OECD economies of North America. However, technological change also contributes to “creative destruction”. It disrupts industries, destroys jobs in certain sectors and creates new demand in nascent … More Change need not be a runaway train