Monthly Archives: November 2014

Aid for eTrade – Accelerating the Global eCommerce Revolution

Some days ago I presented at CSIS a new paper, Aid for eTrade – Accelerating the Global eCommerce Revolution, that I wrote as CSIS Adjunct Fellow with the support of eBay. The paper argues that a quiet revolution is taking place … Continue reading

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New Face of Globalization: Online Shoppers and Sellers

As the world economy digitizes, patterns and players in trade are changing. According to U.S. Census Bureau, the total online transactions in the U.S. grew from $3 trillion in 2006 to $5.4 trillion in 2012, to about a third of … Continue reading

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Digitization and the Future of Jobs: Rise of the Re-Invention Economy

Today I published a piece in GE’s Ideas Lab on why automation and artificial intelligence will create more jobs than they will destroy: http://www.ideaslaboratory.com/post/102950967429/rise-of-the-re-invention-economy As automation and computerization expand, anxiety about jobs is at a fever pitch. Some say computers … Continue reading

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Making Middle Market Companies Realize their Export Potential

New blog on TradeUp: A new study points out that the latest data show there are almost 200,000 middle market companies. While most companies are smaller and middle market companies account for only 3 percent of all businesses in the United States, … Continue reading

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