Cryptodemocracy: how blockchain can radically expand democratic choice

Book published with Lexington. Abstract: A cryptodemocracy is cryptographically-secured collective choice infrastructure on which individuals coordinate their voting property rights. Drawing on economic and political theory, a cryptodemocracy is a more fluid and emergent form of collective choice. This book examines these theoretical characteristics before exploring specific applications of a cryptodemocracy in labor bargaining and … Continue reading Cryptodemocracy: how blockchain can radically expand democratic choice

Australia’s red tape crisis: The causes and costs of over-regulation

[Co-edited with Chris Berg, this book was published with Connor Court] Red tape costs the Australian economy as much as $176 billion a year. Governments create and enforce thousands of regulations on our workplaces and our communities. These rules slow and prevent businesses forming, people from flourishing, new technologies from being adopted, and hold back … Continue reading Australia’s red tape crisis: The causes and costs of over-regulation