Don’t get left behind: The digital economy, automation and the future of work

  In the west, the term digital economy was first coined in 1995 in Don Tapscott’s book The Digital Economy: Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence. Prior to this, not a whole lot of consideration was given to how the internet might change the way we live and do business. Of course, it is well understood now that the digital economy has helped, and has potential to help still, with things like scientific research, economic growth, improving living standards and providing job opportunities. Currently, it makes up…

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Cryptic Labs Adds Two Nobel Laureates in Economics to Spearhead Economics Advisory Board

World’s leading economists to advise blockchain companies on game theory and macroeconomics   Palo Alto, CA — September 10, 2018 – Cryptic Labs, the leading commercial research lab dedicated to solving fundamental security problems to advance the growth of blockchain technology, has announced the addition of two Nobel Laureates in Economics — Dr. Eric S. Maskin and Sir Christopher Pissarides — to its Economics Advisory Board. The additions to the Board will provide insights into incentive mechanisms, game theory, and macroeconomic policies, bolstering the institute’s mission to address the lack of…

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