The Stanford Digital Economy Lab leverage the expertise and interests of Stanford faculty, researchers, and students to initiate and support a wide range of projects on the most pressing topics related to the digital economy. As an integral part of Stanford HAI, the Lab pursues a multidisciplinary approach that encourages dialogue and collaboration across the domains of economics, business, technology, policy, and beyond.
What will the future of work look like? AI and other digital technologies have the potential to radically transform workView AI and the Future of Work
Our research team explores and creates better methods and models to measure the health of an increasingly digital-centric economy.View Measuring the Digital Economy
In this era of digital transformation, data is arguably the most vital asset in business—it has the power to generate immense value both consumers and producers of goods and services.View Data-Driven Decision Making and Management Practices
Digital technologies are allowing companies to spawn new business and economic value in ways unthinkable just a decade ago.View Digital Platforms
In a short span of time, the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically disrupted the way we live and work—and will have profound effects on the economy and productivity for years to come.View Economic and Productivity Impacts of COVID-19