Markets and the year(s) ahead: Post-digital edition

The initial installment of this series was published two years ago as a sort of forecast, at which time the digitized economy was already shaping trends that have since become more pronounced. It isn’t difficult to predict some things from a high enough level, so in this follow-up installment the level is elevated even further and the forecasts are really more like observations, to be safe.


  1. We are entering a post-digital era in the sense that digital technology is no longer a defining attribute for some but a fundamental reality for all.


  1. In a post-digital era thus forming across every realm, network scarcity and product abundance determine new supply and demand equilibria.

Related reading:

Interpreting the networks

Networks, products and their relativity

Networks 3.0: defined by digital dimensions

Ten questions for the new economist

The artificial-services economy

Tools for a new trade

The Age of Convergence

The change already happened



Markets and other networks

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