Seeking real-world solutions
IDE examines the benefits and opportunities from advances in technology and digitization in economies, societies, and lives. Our research and dissemination aim to advance knowledge and help businesses, governments and individuals adapt to a world in transformation. Our work is made possible by the generous support of individuals, foundations, and corporations.
If you are an individual or a foundation, and interested in learning more about supporting the IDE, please contact David Verrill (email@example.com).
The IDE kicked off 2016 with the goal to increase knowledge and expand dialogue on the digital economy. Findings from last year’s research are providing critical insights to our stakeholders and have won academic acclaim. Our events gathered together thousands of practitioners, academics, and public policy experts on a level, neutral playing field to solve the pressing issues of our era. The inaugural year of the Inclusive Innovation Challenge (IIC) was an enormous success—we awarded $1 million to organizations that are reinventing the future of work. We extend our appreciation to the generous support of individuals, foundations, and corporations who are ensuring that the IDE’s knowledge and research is shared more broadly than ever across the globe.
We owe sincere appreciation and gratitude for the support of the individuals, corporations and foundations listed here. Together we are ensuring that everyone enjoys the bounty of the Digital Economy.
Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC)
Nomura Research Institute
Northwestern Mutual Life
Brad Feld & Amy Batchelor
Eric & Wendy Schmidt
Collaboration and support are critical to the continued success of IDE
Additional funding will enable our plans for a new wave of faculty hiring, curriculum development, outreach, and fellowships. Our supporters also fuel new cutting-edge research by our faculty and graduate students. To learn how you can join our community of stakeholders and support the mission of IDE, contact:
MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy
MIT Sloan School of Management
245 First Street, Room E94-1521
Cambridge, MA 02142