A vision of shared prosperity
The Stanford Digital Economy Lab is an interdisciplinary research group led by Professor Erik Brynjolfsson. The Lab studies how digital technologies are transforming work, organizations, and the economy—towards a world of shared prosperity.
Congressional Research Service, December 9, 2020
Congressional Testimony, September 2019
Tom Mitchell (co-chair)
NASEM Report 2017
Science, December 2017
Timothy F. Bresnahan
Lorin M. Hitt
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 2002
Hoover Institution, May 6, 2019
MIT, November 2020
MIT Sloan Management Review, September 16, 2020
Sarah H. Bana
Seth G. Benzell
Rodrigo Razo Solares
MIT Sloan Management Review, June 18, 2020
Morgan R. Frank
James E. Bessen
David J. Deming
PNAS April 2, 2019
Stanford Digital Economy Lab Director Erik Brynjolfsson talks with Reid Hoffman and James Manyika about how the digital economy is transforming the future of work.
Panelists Condoleezza Rice, Mary Kay Henry, Susan Athey, and Mark Duggan discuss policy challenges surrounding AI and the digital economy. Moderated by Gillian Tett.
Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo and Stanford HAI Co-Director Fei-Fei Li talk about equality and the future of work in the digital economy.
Stanford University Professor Oussama Khatib and CEO of Affectiva, Rana el Kaliouby, discuss the future of human-robot collaboration.
Stanford Digital Economy Lab Director Erik Brynjolfsson talks with Eric Schmidt, co-founder of Schmidt Futures and former executive chairman and CEO of Google.