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All in Good Measure:
Exploring New and Better Ways to Measure the Digital Economy

S-DEL Annual Workshop: All in Good Measure
November 8, 2021
9a - 3p Pacific Time
Open to S-DEL team, Lab sponsors, HAI members, and the Stanford community

This year’s Stanford Digital Economy Lab Annual Workshop will feature short research presentations, extended Q&As, and a keynote speaker—and will be one of this year’s prime opportunities to discuss and debate with the brightest researchers in the field. This event will be fully virtual.

The focus for this year’s event will be how we measure productivity in the digital age, as well as the impacts of automation and the expansion of AI across industries and around the world. With the economy recovering from the ongoing pandemic, new AI and platform regulations taking shape around the world, and promising signs of productivity growth in the US, we are at a crucial moment to ensure we’re effectively measuring the change around us and using what we know to anticipate future scenarios.

Our workshop will feature a keynote from a leading expert on measurement, as well as deep dives into the latest methods, trends, and data in measuring the digital economy. S-DEL researchers will also share current research that captures a cross-section of exciting projects geared towards measurement. We will include a broad selection of topics that intersect with all of S-DEL’s research areas. The workshop will include extended Q&A sessions to encourage feedback and discussion.

This workshop is open to members of the Stanford community, as well as Lab supporters and Corporate Affiliate members. Invitations will go out to eligible participants in September 2021.

Our Annual Workshop brings together a community of faculty, students, fellows, industry leaders, and supporters to share research and discuss groundbreaking ideas related to the digital economy.

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Stanford Digital Economy Lab Corporate Affiliates receive invitations to our events and have the opportunity to exchange ideas with Lab faculty, staff, students, and fellows. Corporate Affiliates may also have the option to engage in Lab research projects.

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