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Nate Blecharczyk (Co-founder, Airbnb), Kyle Kimball (President, NYCEDC), Miguel McKelvey (Co-Founder, WeWork), Clay Shirky (Author), Fred Wilson (Union Square Ventures) & others.
Friday, May 30, 2014 at 08:30 AM    Cost: $95
NYU Stern Paulson Auditorium, 40 W 4th St
 
     
 
 
              

          
 
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On May 30th 2014, NYU Stern & the Partnership for New York City bring together entrepreneurs, government leaders, academics, business executives, VCs & students for a unique day of discussion & thought leadership about the emerging collaborative, peer-to-peer & sharing economies.

Hosted By
Arun Sundararajan (Professor, NEC Faculty Fellow, NYU Stern & NYU CUSP)
Luke Williams (Executive Director, NYU Stern Berkley Center)
Cynthia Franklin (Senior Associate Director, NYU Stern Berkley Center)

Plenary Speakers
Nate Blecharczyk (Co-Founder & CTO, Airbnb)
Jennifer Bradley (Fellow, Brookings Institution)
Althea Erickson (Director of Public Policy, Etsy)
David Estrada (VP of Government Relations, Lyft)
Natalie Foster (Co-Founder & Executive Director, Peers)
Lisa Gansky (Founder, Mesh Labs & Instigator Collective)
Maria Gotsch (President & CEO, Partnership Fund)
Sara Horowitz (Founder & Executive Director, Freelancers Union)
John Horton (Professor, NYU Stern & Scientist, oDesk)
Josh Isay (Managing Director, SKD Knickerbocker)
Kyle Kimball (President, NYC Economic Development Corporation)
Douglas Krugman (Co-Founder & CEO, WebThriftStore)
Jessica Lawrence (Executive Director, NY Tech Meetup)
Andrew McLaughlin (CEO, Digg & Instapaper & Partner, Betaworks)
Miguel McKelvey (Co-Founder & CCO, WeWork)
James Parrott (Deputy Director & Chief Economist, Fiscal Policy Institute)
Andrew Rasiej (Founder, Personal Democracy Media)
Craig Shapiro (Co-Founder & CEO, Collaborative Fund)
Clay Shirky (Author & Professor, New York University)
Benjamin Tincq (Co-Founder, OuiShare)
Jeffrey Wald (Co-Founder & COO, WorkMarket)
Adam Werbach (Co-Founder, Yerdle)
Fred Wilson (Managing Partner, Union Square Ventures)
Kathryn Wylde (President & CEO, Partnership for New York City)


Collaborative, Peer & Sharing Economy Summit
Tentative Program
8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Friday, May 30, 2014
8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration & Coffee
9:00 am - 9:05 am Welcome from NYU Stern - Luke Williams, Executive Director, Berkeley
Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, NYU Stern
9:05 am - 9:10 am Framing: The Collaborative, Peer & Sharing Economy - Arun
Sundararajan, Professor & NEC Faculty Fellow, NYU Stern & NYU CUSP
9:10 am - 9:20 am Setting the Stage: Peer-to-Peer, Disruption & Institutions - Clay Shirky,
Distinguished Writer in Residence, NYU Journalism Institute & NYU ITP
9:20 am - 9:25 pm Student Spotlight 1 - Samuel Fraiberger, NYU
9:25 am - 10:00 am Deep Dive 1: The Changing World of Work & Entrepreneurs
Platforms are reshaping today's workforce, & have led to the rise of independent contractors,
freelancers, unconventional workers, micro-entrepreneurs & worker cooperatives. What are the
opportunities & challenges created by this new world of work? Will this new workforce grow
the economy or will growth be slowed as we lose corporate economies of scale? How should
society plan for this transition & the potential upheaval of the traditional workforce?
 Sara Horowitz, Founder & Executive Director, Freelancers Union
 John Horton, Professor, NYU Stern; Scientist, oDesk
 Kyle Kimball, President, New York City Economic Development Corporation
 Miguel McKelvey, Co-Founder & Chief Creative Officer, WeWork
 Jeffrey Wald, Co-Founder & COO, Work Market
 Moderated by: Maria Gotsch, President & CEO, Partnership Fund for New York City

10:00 am - 10:15 am Conversation: Platforms & Shared Cities - Nathan Blecharczyk,
Co-Founder & CTO, Airbnb, & Arun Sundararajan
10:15 am - 10:55 am Deep Dive 2: New Institutions, New Collectives
As collaborative, peer-to-peer & sharing platforms move economic activity out of existing
institutions & into new ones, what gaps are created in the social safety net? How will capital
contributions to society that currently rely on corporate & local taxes be funded? Will new
market-based solutions, like those which have emerged for U.S. retirement planning emerge, or
will government need to expand, or will new peer collectives emerge?
 Natalie Foster, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Peers
 Douglas Krugman, Founder & CEO, WebThriftStore
 Andrew Rasiej, Founder, Personal Democracy Media; Chairman, NY Tech Meetup
 Benjamin Tincq, Co-Founder & Global Connector, OuiShare
 Adam Werbach, Co-Founder, Yerdle; former Global CEO, Saatchi & Saatchi S; &
President, Sierra Club
 Moderated by: Clay Shirky 10:55 am - 11:10 am Coffee Break
11:10 am - 11:50 am Deep Dive 3: Responsive Regulations & New Business Models
As disruptive technologies continue to alter how businesses operate, can the regulatory
infrastructure adapt quickly enough to allow innovation while still achieving their central role in
providing a fair & safe environment for consumers & businesses? If a new balance between the
government & marketplace is needed, what does this look like, & how do we achieve a
transition while also considering the interests of existing players?
 Jennifer Bradley, Fellow, Brookings Institution; author of ‘The Metropolitan Revolution'
 Althea Erickson, Director of Public Policy, Etsy
 David Estrada, Vice President of Government Relations, Lyft
 Josh Gold, Political Director, New York Hotel & Motel Trades Union
 Arun Sundararajan
 Moderated by: Andrew McLaughlin, CEO, Digg & Instapaper; Partner, Betaworks

11:50 am - 11:55 am Student Spotlight 2: Sarah Cannon, Harvard University

12:00 pm - 12:40 pm Conversation: Friction between New York & the Collaborative, Peer &
Sharing Economy
Cities are innately sharing economies. The depth & diversity of New York's markets, coupled
with its density of businesses & people, make the city one of the largest potential global markets
for the new economy. However, striking the right balance between thoughtful policies &
regulations that protect the health & well-being of residents & creating the space for
innovation & growth has been challenging. Participants will build on the issues raised in the first
three deep dives to discuss opportunities & challenges to realizing the full potential of NYC's
deep market, possible paths towards co-existence of the old & the new, & explore what other
cities are doing to become more shareable”.
 Nick Grossman, General Manager, Union Square Ventures
 Josh Isay, Managing Director, SKD Knickerbocker
 Jessica Lawrence, Executive Director, NY Tech Meetup
 James Parrott, Deputy Director & Chief Economist, Fiscal Policy Institute
 Craig Shapiro, Co-Founder & CEO, Collaborative Fund
 Kathryn Wylde, President & CEO, Partnership for New York City
 Moderated by: Arun Sundararajan

12:45 pm - 1:00 pm Bringing It All Together - Fred Wilson, Managing Partner, Union Square
Ventures
1:00 pm Closing Remarks, Buffet Lunch

All sessions will be held in the Paulson Auditorium, NYU Stern School of Business
40 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10012
 
 
 
 
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