“Defining the Digital Economy: The Structure of the Digital Economy in Focus” by Lori Jo Underhill
Published on February 14, 2019
“Defining the Digital Economy: The Structure of the Digital Economy in Focus was written after more than a year of research and analysis of over 2500 exchange traded Digital Assets.
Insights uncovered offer clarity, explanation, and definitions for understanding the Structure of the Digital Economy. The Digital Asset Sector Hierarchy — (DASH), the first functional and extensible Digital Asset taxonomy, emerged from this research. The work identifies that the Digital Economy is comprised of four Digital Asset classes not just one, and one non-financial identifier by testing against the attributes of existing asset classes.
“Defining the Digital Economy” and the extensible flexible DASH taxonomy is tested, visualized, and offers first to market insights.
The products developed out of this research serve as a solid basis for Digital Asset market intelligence, and financial services product development, through a defensible body of academic work and proposed legal definitions. The approach is fully integrative, supporting seamless Digital Asset integration and adoption into existing worldwide financial and regulatory infrastructures.
Lori Jo Underhill B.S., J.D. is a Digital Economy Analyst, “Digital Economist”, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, USA, and Juris Doctor from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, California, USA. She currently works as an Executive Consultant with over 30 years’ experience in hardware and software technology and media. https://www.ljuassociates.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/lori-jo-underhill/