Data is transforming global trade. Using examples from historical trade and their work at Haven, Renee DiResta and Coco Krumme explore three frictions in logistics and container shipping—price opacity, inefficient markets, and unstructured data—and identify the important ways in which data will change how we price and exchange goods worldwide.
Renee DiResta is Director of Research at cybersecurity company New Knowledge and a Mozilla Fellow in Media, Misinformation, and Trust. She investigates the spread of disinformation and malign narratives across social networks, and has advised the Congress, the State Department, and senior executives on how to understand and respond to influence operations.
Coco Krumme heads the data team at Haven and is an adjunct faculty member in the UC Berkeley master’s in data science program.
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