A week ago I wrote about the the Small/Big Dualism of Networked, Decentralized Systems. In there, I talked about some of the ‘gig economy platforms’ like Uber or AirBnB (I dubbed them aggregators in conformity with the article’s theme). Because I took a broad, systemic view in the piece I remained very neutral. I wrote: If we…… Continue reading On Pushback Against Gig Economy Platforms
Hypothesis: Once the entities of a system are highly networked, the system lends itself to decentralization. At this stage, being decentralized is suddenly more efficient than a centralized structure. In case you are aware of studies or writing on this issue I’m highly interested (regardless of domain)!