École d’affaires publiques, Master Affaires européennes
6. The new geography of jobs : remote work vs more urban concentration (the modern commute) ; 7. Work and Tech companies : a new kind of management (Netﬂix, Google, etc.) ; 8. Entrepreneurs and self-employed workers (in quest of autonomy and self-fulﬁlment / ondemand work platforms / when transaction costs become almost null) ; 9. Serving workers in the gig economy (a host of new services and institutions are emerging to meet the needs of gig economy workers) ; 10. The future of professional training (the accelerating pace of technology / the crisis of the higher education system / hands-on training in the trial-and-error economy) ;
11. Work-life balance (parental leaves / gender issues / distribution of work through life) ; 12. The next safety net (from corporatist insurance to universal insurance / new risks in the failure age / basic income) Required reading : Lords of Strategy : The Secret Intellectual History of the New Corporate World Walter Kiechel ; The Second Machine Age Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies Erik Brynjolfsson ; Crash Course : The American Automobile Industry's Road to Bankruptcy and Bailout-and Beyond Paul Ingrassia ; The Wealth of Networks : How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom Yochai Benkler ; The Future of the Professions : How Technology Will Transform the Work of Human Experts Richard Susskind, Daniel Susskind.