The Oxford Internet Institute is delighted for the launch of Professor Viktor Mayer-Schönberger's new book "Reinventing Capitalism in the Age of Big Data". The event is taking is taking place in London.

About the Talk

New York Times bestselling author, Professor Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, will present his new book “Reinventing Capitalism in the Age of Big Data”, a prediction for how data will revolutionize the market economy and make cash, banks, and big companies obsolete.

About the Book

In modern history, the story of capitalism has been a story of firms and financiers. That’s all going to change thanks to the Big Data revolution. As Viktor Mayer-Schonberger, bestselling author of Big Data, and Thomas Ramge, who writes for The Economist, show, data is replacing money as the driver of market behavior. Big finance and big companies will be replaced by small groups and individual actors who make markets instead of making things: think Uber instead of Ford, or Airbnb instead of Hyatt. This is the dawn of the era of data capitalism. Will it be an age of prosperity or of calamity? This book provides the indispensable roadmap for securing a better future.

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About the speakers

  • Professor Viktor Mayer-Schönberger

    Affiliation: Oxford Internet Institute

    Professor Viktor Mayer-Schönberger is Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation at the OII. His research focuses on the role of information in a networked economy.

    Professor Mayer-Schönberger has published eleven books, including the international bestseller “Big Data” (HMH, co-authored with Kenneth Cukier, translated into more than 20 languages), “Learning with Big Data” (HMH, co-authored with Kenneth Cukier) and the awards-winning “Delete: The Virtue of Forgetting in the Digital Age” with Princeton University Press(also available in multiple languages). He is the author of over a hundred articles and book chapters on the economics and governance of information.

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