Economics in the Era of Big data and Digital

Department of Economics and Management 3rd Annual Conference on:
Economics in the Era of Big Data and Digital

Monday, March 23, 2020

The use of digital technologies and big data underpins transformation across all sectors of economies and societies. Big Data may improve social and economic processes, products, organizational methods, and markets. Such data-driven innovation underpins many new business models that transform markets and sectors, ranging from agriculture to transportation to finance, and drives productivity growth. It can improve the design and enforcement of government policies. But, they are also giving rise to issues such as the management of data availability, accessibility, usability, integrity and security, as well as concerns about ownership, impacts on trade and competition, implications for personal privacy, and more. The conference will reflect on these and other challenges of the Era.for registration  click here


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