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DURATION: 1:32-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SHOT LIST1. Wide crane shot over crowd and towards debate stage 2. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Joseph Stiglitz, Economist and a professor at Columbia University: "The curious thing is under the current regime we have incentives directed at the wrong direction. We are destroying jobs to robotise. When we have massive unemployment. Rather than incentives to save the planet. Green, renewable jobs. So, if we change our incentives away from the kinds of direction that it has been towards the long term, I think we can actually solve both the jobs problem and our longer term problems."3. Wide of stage while Cantor is speaking 4. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Eric Cantor, U.S. Representative for Virginia's 7th congressional district: "How can we manage costs, help drive down costs at the same time and mutually create an environment for more jobs. I think it comes back down to innovation, opportunity and creating and employing the right incentives." 5. Wide of Grilli on stage 6. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Vittorio Grilli, Italy's Economy and Finance Minister:"This is a slow process, and it is going to be a painful one and the government has to address a lot of issues and the private sector has to address a lot of issues that involve people changing their lives." 7. Pull back from podium to wide of conference venue VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:Panelists at an Associated Press debate in Davos focused on the need to train the young and re-skill those whose jobs have been wiped out by the recession Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, a professor at Columbia University ,says jobs lost in the downturn might return; but only if there is a switch in emphasis on how to create them: "The curious thing is under the current regime we have incentives directed at the wrong direction. We are destroying jobs to robotise - then we have massive unemployment, rather than incentives to save the planet. Green, renewable jobs. So, if we change our incentives away from the kinds of direction that it has been towards the long term, I think we can actually solve both the jobs problem and our longer term problems."US House Majority leader Eric Cantor says the question is: "How can we manage costs, help drive down costs at the same time and mutually create an environment for more jobs. I think it comes back down to innovation, opportunity and creating and employing the right incentives." Italian Finance Minister Vittorio Grilli, warned the process will take time: "This is a slow process, and it is going to be a painful one and government has to address a lot of issues and the private sector has to address a lot of issues that involve people changing their lives." The AP jobs debate took place Friday as part of a wider brainstorming by world leaders on how to stimulate a fiscal recovery and create greater global employment. In Davos, Switzerland, this is Adam Pemble, the Associated Press.