OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Code Economy: A Forty-Thousand Year History

ISBN : 9780190226763

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¥4,609
著者: 
Philip E. Auerswald
ページ
304 ページ
フォーマット
Hardcover
サイズ
156 x 235 mm
刊行日
2017年03月
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The "code economy " refers to the evolving technologically-driven environment we live in. In services or manufacturing, outputs emerge more and more from coded computerized systems and less as assembled mechanical devices and procedures. Industries seek algorithms to make software not only more pliable for firms' development of products and services, but also to market them and ease their purchase and use by consumers. This process automates jobs. It gives increasing economic advantage to entrepreneurs who can harness "code " to serve on the large scale the growing niches into which consumers are organized. Yet, mastering the "code " also gives individuals and informal social networks the resources to bundle products and services and put them up for sale and convenient use at more local levels. The economics of the rest of the 21st century will see the movement away from traditional firms and more toward people's relying on themselves as the sources of their livelihoods. The code economy has clearly not developed in a vacuum. Invention, innovation, and the pursuit of happiness have characterized human activities for centuries. What is changing is how societies and individuals radically value endeavors in life differently from even a decade ago, most notably away from industries organized as "command and control " systems. In The Code Economy, Philip Auerswald investigates how economists themselves have been hard pressed to gauge new economic indices of satisfaction that go beyond traditional measures. He explores how the code or "shared " economy reaches into domains such as health, where greater longevity, the popularization of medical knowledge, and the emphases on preventive care and wellness will complement the delivery of medical services. Further, living in the code economy will prompt people to orient their children's futures to more self-reliant pursuits and seek investments that truly serve them and not the institutions that have traditionally dominated the financial and economic worlds.

目次: 

Introduction: Technology = Recipes

PART ONE: THE ADVANCE OF CODE
1. Jobs: Divide and Coordinate
2. Code: "This is the Procedure"
3. Machines: "The Universal Character"
4. Computers: predicting the Weather

PART TWO: CODE ECONOMICS
5. Substitution: The Great Man-vs-Machine Debate
6. Information: "Reliable Circuits Using Crummy Relays"
7. Learning: The Dividend of Doing
8. Evolution: The Code of Life
9. Platforms: The Role of Standards in Enabling Increased Complexity

PART THREE: THE HUMAN ADVANTAGE
10. Complementarity: The Bifurcation Is Near
11. Education: The Game of Life
12. Equity: Progress and poverty
13. Authenticity: Creating the Foundation for Reputation
14. Purpse: The Promised Sand

Conclusion: Identity: A Copernican Moment

Acknowledgments
Notes
References
Index

著者について: 

Philip Auerswald is an Associate Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University and a Senior Fellow at the Kauffman Foundation. He is also the Co-founder and Co-editor of Innovations, a quarterly journal about entrepreneurial solutions to global challenges.

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