Tag Archives: Network economics

The Great Disruption

The Great Disruption is the apposite title of Project Syndicate’s magazine for 2019. It explores the implications of the political fallout out from the financial crisis, globalisation, technological change and rising inequality. I was privileged to step into the panel … Continue reading

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Future of Banking – digital disruption, digital diversity

In this video for Oracle, I discuss the future of banking. Digitalisation means that banks will have to figure out how to best use data and combine it creatively with external data sources to provide better and more holistic services to their … Continue reading

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Machine, Platform, Crowd – Book Review

Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson have done it again. ‘Machine, Platform, Crowd’ is a lucid and timely exploration of three powerful trends unleashed by the digital revolution. They describe the ‘three rebalancings’: first, as machine learning either complements or supplants … Continue reading

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