Polanyi’s Paradox and the Shape of Employment Growth

Polanyi’s observation largely predates the computer era, but the paradox he identified—that our tacit knowledge of how the world works often exceeds our explicit understanding— foretells much of the history of computerization over the past five decades. David Autor is professor of economics at MIT.

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