The Digital Economy

This page hosts examples of past team projects for The Digital Economy. Students are set this task: “Envisage a possible future for the digital economy over the next decade. You may focus on the local, regional, or global scale. Your vision should be grounded in existing trends, reference relevant case studies, and include analysis of labour relations.”

EconoTalks: EconoTalks’ guiding vision is to expose the current inequalities of a neoliberal capitalist agenda that values individual capital gains by empowering global citizens to engage with alternative decentralised work platforms and work together through mutual cooperation that supports equality through collective ownership.

In this 2030 edition of Crowd-Sourced News, Melbourne is declared the world’s most livable city, new regulations support casual workers…and you can pay $1000 for access to special content…

In this podcast, past students from Curtin University review the impact on the digital economy of the covid-19 pandemic in 2020, over 10 years ago…