FUTUREPROOF.

Short-termism, Remote Learning, and the Post-COVID Economy (ft. Vikram Mansharamani)

May 24, 2020 Jeremy Goldman Season 1 Episode 73
FUTUREPROOF.
Short-termism, Remote Learning, and the Post-COVID Economy (ft. Vikram Mansharamani)
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FUTUREPROOF.
Short-termism, Remote Learning, and the Post-COVID Economy (ft. Vikram Mansharamani)
May 24, 2020 Season 1 Episode 73
Jeremy Goldman

Vikram Mansharamani is a lecturer at Harvard University and the author of Boombustology: Spotting Financial Bubbles Before They Burst and the upcoming THINK FOR YOURSELF: Restoring Common Sense in an Age of Experts and Artificial Intelligence, which comes out in June. He is a frequent commentator on issues driving disruption in the global business environment, and his ideas and writings have appeared in Fortune, Forbes, the New York Times, and many other publications. LinkedIn has listed him as the #1 Top Voice for Money, Finance, and Economics in consecutive years. In addition to teaching and writing, Mansharamani also advises several Fortune 500 CEOs on how to navigate uncertainty in today's dynamic global business environment. 

Today we do our best to predict the post-COVID economy, what some possible growth sectors might be, the disruptions to our supply chains, and the problem with short-termism. 


Show Notes

Vikram Mansharamani is a lecturer at Harvard University and the author of Boombustology: Spotting Financial Bubbles Before They Burst and the upcoming THINK FOR YOURSELF: Restoring Common Sense in an Age of Experts and Artificial Intelligence, which comes out in June. He is a frequent commentator on issues driving disruption in the global business environment, and his ideas and writings have appeared in Fortune, Forbes, the New York Times, and many other publications. LinkedIn has listed him as the #1 Top Voice for Money, Finance, and Economics in consecutive years. In addition to teaching and writing, Mansharamani also advises several Fortune 500 CEOs on how to navigate uncertainty in today's dynamic global business environment. 

Today we do our best to predict the post-COVID economy, what some possible growth sectors might be, the disruptions to our supply chains, and the problem with short-termism.