Gianni Anelli is a Chilean doctoral student at the Institute of Employment Research at the University of Warwick. He has a background is in sociology, and work experience led him to specialize in labour market studies. His interest is studying changes in labour demand and supply due to the irruption of current drivers, such as technological advances and work automation. The current dynamism of the market makes it necessary to analyse whether the demand for skills (employers) is satisfied by the supply (job seekers). Suppose there are skill shortages in occupations or economic sectors. In that case, it is important to measure them to generate valuable information for updating educational plans in training and educational institutions.
This interactive day school will bring together cutting-edge research on advances in natural language processing and machine learning in the labour market and the relevance of its use for policies of re-skilling and up-skilling of workers.
All of us are affected by government policies, and governments place particular emphasis on economic policies. This course will equip you to evaluate the economic arguments made about public policy choices.