Sustainable Socio-Economic Models
Data-driven technologies can enable unfair business models and economies. Conceptualizing and promoting alternative values is critical for more inclusive and sustainable socio-economic models in the digital society.
How will we co‑create sustainable business models in a digital society?
Multi-sided value in data-driven servicesNatalia-Rozalia Avlona
Multi-sided value in data-driven servicesThis project explores the role of economic exchange in the maintenance of informal social relations bound by data-driven technologies. The research is based on case studies of existing socio-technical networks ‘in the wild’, to explore how existing services construct value propositions and what is actually delivered in the end.
Co-creating multi-sided value propositionsYoungsil Lee
Co-creating multi-sided value propositionsThis project explores the design methods that are required to capture and represent value. In particular, it focuses on what methods are useful to investigate and co- develop with commercial, civic and public partners design scenarios that surface the various values generated and exchanged through data, to better balance the interests of multiple stakeholders.
Designing sustainable socio-economic futuresLukas Flynn
Designing sustainable socio-economic futuresThis project involves the design of prototypes that rebalance the co-creation of value through data, allowing users to identify alternative values and testing their currency through prototype services. In particular it focuses on developing specific workshops formats that will enable both commercial and civic stakeholders to design how data should flow between parties