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Economics of Artificial Intelligence: Implications for the Future of Work

candidates’ (self-declared) competences. The benefit of using AI in this area comes not only from the larger pool of applicants and vacancies that can be matched against each other (thereby enhancing labor market fluidity). It also lies with the improved identification of competences based on self-declaration and historic professional experiences that might be difficult for an individual recruitment manager to properly discern. So far, these systems still seem to be far from perfect and riddled with biases, as anyone who has used them can confirm. Nevertheless, the

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Sustainability-oriented cross-functional collaboration to manage trade-offs and interdependencies

proposition. CFC is an organizational routine and management practice that enables the identification and addressing of two systemic specifics of corporate environmental performance, namely, trade-offs and interdependencies, among the various aspects of environmental sustainability. If left unaddressed, these systemic specifics would not only weaken the effectiveness of ESO interventions, but they would result in organizational, managerial, and behavioral outcomes, such as inertia, opposition to change, lack of information, and so on, which could even impede the

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