Thank you, Kiran, for your thoughtful response. We are in favor of infrastructure that is "appropriate scale" for democratically determined purposes, wherever and however that is possible. We see that - at multiple levels - the quest to scale-up PPPs and bundle them into investment portfolios lacks key norms other than those protecting investors. At the G20, there are repeated failures to introduce normative thinking. This failure is more dangerous than the scale or the financing modality in my view. Regards, Nancy
Until recently, there had been relatively little discussion of what the rapid growth of digital labor platforms meant for the nature of work and the employment relationship. But an important recent report provides answers to many questions – and raises several more that policymakers and regulators need to address.
highlights the risks to workers arising from the rapid growth of online labor marketplaces.
In an old parable about banks and regulators, the banks are greyhounds – they run very fast – while the regulators are bloodhounds, slow afoot but faithfully on the trail. In the age of the platform economy, the bloodhounds are at risk of losing the scent.
worries that regulators are unprepared for today's tsunami of digitally enabled, data-driven innovation.
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