Companies such as Google, Facebook and other platforms have become more powerful than many western states. This lecture will explain why their influence can be detrimental for democracy and public discourse and what the State can do to regain power in the next decades.

Andrea Paletti is a guest lecturer and a PhD candidate in Information Systems and Innovation at the London School of Economics. Andrea’s research is on digital strategy for private and public sector and design of information systems (IS). By focusing on digital strategy, he examines different forms of co-creation that can increase the value of products and services. He is also researching how to design IS to create new forms of private and public organizations that directly involve citizens and clients in the production of services and products they need.

 

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