Tech@Stern | How to Manage Innovation (Even Remotely)
NYU Stern Professor Hila Lifshitz-Assaf, Sarah Lebovitz (Ph.D '20) and Lior Zalmanson share the findings from a three year study of organizing hackathons. This video describes three strategic best practices to help managing innovation while balancing autonomy with control.Read the Paper
Tech@Stern | Privacy and Antitrust for Digital Platforms
NYU Stern Professor Nicholas Economides and NYU Stern Fubon Center Director Natalia Levina discuss how dominant digital platforms (Google, Facebook) should be regulated on issues of privacy and antitrust.
Tech@Stern | Using AI and Blockchain to Monetize the Mobile Economy
NYU Stern Professor Anindya Ghose and NYU Stern Fubon Center Director Natalia Levina discuss topics such as privacy and the mobile economy, blockchain as a method for eliminating fraud, and more.Read Professor Ghose's Book
Tech@Stern | The Future of FinTech
Professors Kathleen DeRose and Arun Sundararajan discuss the definition of fintech, what a student should expect from a fintech major, the impact of regulation, and the upcoming NYU Stern FinTech Conference.
Tech@Stern | Blockchain beyond Bitcoin
Proffesor Hanna Halaburda explains why it's difficult to apply blockchain-based solutions to non-cryptocurrency applications, such as real-estate ownership records, voting information, or identity verification.
Tech@Stern | The Benefits and Costs of IP Protection
In this short video, Professor Walker Hanlon describes the costs and benefits of protecting Intellectual Property (IP), and explains how economists at NYU Stern are using natural experiments in history to better understand them.Read the Paper
Tech@Stern | Artificial Intelligence & the Future of Work
Professors Robert Seamans and Arun Sundararajan discuss the definition of A.I., the impact of A.I. on the economy, and the industries in which A.I. might create jobs or replace workers. Professor Seamans also discusses the tradeoffs that come with U.B.I. (Universal Basic Income).