We have a problem in the United States: What is needed is the government creating a blockchain platform that crypto startups can build on. Think about historically what the government adoption of the Telegraph or the Railway, among other government initiatives, did for the U.S. economy. Without the legal certainty that the technology is supported, […]Read more "The Need for a U.S. Sponsored Blockchain Platform"
A wave of innovation and decentralization is sweeping across the world, challenging the traditional role of law, lawyers and law schools. Central themes from an Incredibly energizing and enabling course co-taught with @erikpmvermeulen at @USTLawMN “Disruptive Innovation – Why Lawyers Matter” include in order of priority: #innovation, #innovators, #platform, #entrepreneur, #bigdata, #blockchain, #smartcontracts, #machinelearning, #ArtificialIntelligence, […]Read more "Future of Innovation and Law"
First published at: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/business-law-blog/blog/2016/09/dynamic-regulation-investment-data-remedy-law’s-diminishing-capacity Key words: Disruptive Innovation, Venture Capital, Venture Investments, Dynamic Regulation, Feedback Effects, Optimized Information for Regulation, Anticipatory Regulation, Big Data In a series of recent papers – ‘Dynamic Regulation for Innovation’, ‘Regulation Tomorrow: What Happens When Technology Is Faster Than the Law?’, and ‘How to Regulate Disruptive Innovation – From Facts to […]Read more "Dynamic Regulation Via Investment Data as a Remedy for Law’s Diminishing Capacity to React to Innovation"
How to Regulate Disruptive Innovation – from Facts to Data by Wulf A. Kaal , Erik P. M. Vermeulen :: SSRN Wulf A. Kaal University of St. Thomas, Minnesota – School of Law; European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) Erik P. M. Vermeulen Tilburg University – Department of Business Law; Philips Lighting – Legal Department; Tilburg […]Read more "How to Regulate Disruptive Innovation"