Anyone paying attention to the economic impact of the Internet cannot have missed its manifold contributions to prosperity and growth: the rise of new growth industries, more potent models of innovation and marketing, staggering new efficiencies in retailing and other … Read More.
In the formative years of the industrial revolution it became evidence that economic progress depended upon substantial investments in public goods. The economy needed a growing supply of educated workers, so the government created public education. A public judicial system … Read More.
In a new book published by TED.com, DEEP Centre co-founder Anthony Williams and co-author Don Tapscott, explain how the way people connect and collaborate is undergoing an astonishing transformation as a result from one idea: radical openness. Smart organizations are shunning … Read More.