Professor and the Robert L. and Dale Atkins Rosen Faculty Fellow
Stern School of Business, New York University
- Crowd-based capitalism is a new way of organizing economic activity that is transforming industries ranging from real estate and transportation to energy and healthcare. Small-business financing platforms like Uber, Airbnb, AngelList, and Funding Circle are early examples
- It is important to analyze the digital and social drivers; draw out the implications for economic growth and the future of work; and look at whether emerging technologies like AI and 3D-printing accelerate or slow this transition
- Regulatory approaches developed for the industrial era fail when the economy is crowd-based, but new digital trust systems and data-driven approaches provide effective alternatives
Alison Griswold, Moderator
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