Estimating Employment Effects of the Circular Economy
This note summarizes some of the definitions of the term "circular economy" and the baselines that have been used for projections on job impacts and growth.
It introduces some of the targets for European countries that are championing the transformation from a linear to a circular economy.The note also outlines the current literature's understanding of how job sectors might change in the future.
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