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Every industry relies on data. And solving most of society’s big challenges increasingly requires cooperation between the public and private sector. Poor incentive structures get in the way of cooperation: From precision medicine to political campaigning to the management of financial data such as taxation, otherwise effective collaborations can’t happen.
In this talk, economist and blockchain expert Cathy Barrera considers how distributed ownership, accountability, and data control can change the incentives of potential participants in order to facilitate collaboration between the public and private sector.