What is the current state of optimism and anxiety as it relates to the future of work? What kinds of differences can we expect from potential winners and losers in the emerging economy? How will the digital economy impact political divisions in democratic societies? To what extent do Canadians expects government to get involved and ensure a smooth transition?
Join Ipsos’ Mike Colledge who will be presenting at a special symposium hosted by Queen’s University International Institute on Social Policy.
Mike will share recent Ipsos research exploring Public Attitudes and Political Risks (@1pm, August 17), with a specific focus on attitudes towards the digital economy and implications for public policy. For event and registration details, please visit the Queen’s University website.
Mike Colledge, President, Canada, Public Affairs