What does a house, digital data and social connections have in common?
They all are asset classes of a physical-digital economic space.
What does a village marketplace, YouTube and a blockchain have in common?
They all are resource allocation mechanisms.
What does trust and geography have in common?
Both will be fundamentally transformed by the digital revolution.
Book II builds on the twin concepts of “reciprocity” and “social contracts” discussed in Book I and introduces a new game analogy to better understand the impact of digitalization on our incumbent systems. For example, who will be the new “players” of this post-modern socio-economic game? How will new reciprocity mechanisms impact geopolitics and social rules? Can new game generate sustainable systemic behaviors over the medium-term?
Book II identifies a profound paradigm shift that will enable the emergence of a fourth family of reciprocity mechanism. This will result in a novel and complementary resource allocation process that should gradually help us address some of our major social and environmental challenges at the start of the third millennium.
“Reciprocity in the Third Millennium – Book II” is the sequel to “Reciprocity in the Third Millennium – Book I”, Editions Slatkine.
Derek Queisser de Stockalper is the founder of Queisser & Cie / Qanalytics, a Swiss-based strategic and investment advisory boutique addressing the investment needs of sophisticated capital owners in a low yield environment. He graduated from St Andrews University (Scotland) with an MA in Logic & Metaphysics and International Relations and received an MBA in Economics and Finance from Columbia Business School (NYC). He has collaborated over the past 25 years with various organizations such as J. Henry Schroder & Co, Credit Suisse Financial Products, the Lloyds Banking Group, Firmenich, P&G, DNDi, ESA, IUCN, the UN, the World Bank, as well as with major foundations and family offices in the fields of impact finance, sustainability, conservancy, health infrastructures, education and youth. In parallel to his professional activities, he is developing novel FinTech solutions to facilitate the emergence of a more balanced and inclusive financial system.
Derek Queisser de Stockalper lives in Geneva, is married and has two sons.
|Format||15 X 22 CM|
|Nombre de volume||1|
|Nombre de pages||120|
|Type de reliure||BROCHÉ|
|Date de publication||21/05/2019|