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Insight from the World Economic Forum
Pathways to Crypto-Asset Regulation: A Global Approach
Ashlin Perumall co-authored the World Economic Forum white paper on Pathways to the Regulation of Crypto-Assets: A Global Approach (2023), in his capacity as a member of the WEF Digital Currency ...
Driving Digitalization: Value Creation for Commercial Real Estate
As members of Taskforce on Digital Transformation of Real Estate, Alejandra Bugna and Katherine Lang contributed to the insight paper on the future of commercial real estate.
Future of the Office: A toolkit for improving the occupant experience
Alejandra Bugna and Katherine Lang collaborated with the WEF and global stakeholders in commercial real estate, creating a toolkit to guide landlords in technologically improving their office spaces.
Public Sector Asset Use
This publication provides guidance on hosting communications infrastructure on city property and insights on shaping collaborations with connectivity providers, among others.
Here's Why the Social Dimension of Supply Chains Demands More Attention
Read three reasons why efforts towards socially sustainable supply chains are indispensable for ecological, legal and economic reasons.
How Can Organizations Prepare for Generative AI?
Read examples on how organizations can increase AI preparedness and manage possible data risks.
Supply Chain Sustainability Policies: State of Play
Charting regulatory developments in supply chain sustainability, from international guidelines and free trade agreements to national laws and financial disclosure requirements.
Work Can Be Better Post-COVID-19. Here's What Employers Need to Know
London partners Julia Wilson and Stephen Ratcliffe have authored an article for the World Economic Forum outlining the latest future of work trends and how employers should respond.
What If We Get Tech Right?
The pandemic underscored the need for public and private sector governance to address emerging challenges and ensure tech works for everyone.