• Prof. Erik Brynjolfsson, PhD ‘91, Director, MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (@erikbryn)
  • Prof. David Autor, Professor, Department of Economics, MIT (@davidautor)
  • Prof. Fiona Murray, William Porter Professor of Entrepreneurship, MIT Sloan (@Fiona_MIT)
  • Prof. Paul Osterman, PhD ’76, NTU Professor of Human Resources and Management, MIT Sloan (#PaulOsterman)

Rapid changes in technology are affecting the types of work we do and the way in which work is organized. The future of work in general, and the emerging On-Demand Economy in particular, are major research focus areas for the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy. This panel brings together top academics in the field to share knowledge and perspectives on recent trends in the organization of labor, including:

  • The role of the On-Demand Economy in a Changing Labor Market;
  • Winners and Losers from Disruption by On-Demand Businesses, and
  • Creating a new Social Contract for Work in the Second Machine Age


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