The Creative Economy


Friday, February 22, 2019     01:5PM /  By Andy Haldane, Chief Economist Bank Of England  

Speech By Andy Haldane, Chief Economist Bank Of England, Given At The Inaugural Glasgow School Of Art Creative Engagement Lecture, The Glasgow School Of Art On 22 November 2018


The Bank of England Chief Economist Andy Haldane asks if robots will take all our jobs.


Not, he says, if we turn our ‘knowledge economy’ into a ‘creative economy’ and rework our education system from ‘universities’ into ‘multiversities’. 


The creative economy


Andy Haldane

Chief Economist and Executive Director, Monetary Analysis & Statistics


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