Disrupting Your Week: Hurricane Surges, Extreme Beer Delivery, and DRM for Cars

This week, I will discuss everything that has been disrupted besides respect for democracy and political norms. Let’s keep things civil as we examine robot beer trucks, putting a price on disaster relief, government-backed French Uber, car DRM, and gentrification through delivery. Pricing Disaster Relief In an example of positive disruption, gig economy firms helped victims of…

Disrupting Your Month: Cars, Drones, Housing, and the Future of Work

Welcome to Disrupting your Month, where we gather news and interesting stories about Disruption, this year’s Spring Edition Theme. This is a part of a broader effort to keep discussing Disruption from now until we publish the Spring Edition. Keep an eye out for more content! A month ago, we announced our Spring Edition theme, Disruption….

Announcing the Spring 2017 Theme: Disruption

At the Georgetown Public Policy Review, we focus on tomorrow’s policy issues. In the 2016 Spring Edition, Post-Millennial, we discussed Millennials as entrepreneurs, workers, caregivers, and revolutionaries. Our next project focuses on the transforming global economy. Firms like Uber, Tesla, and Amazon, and their international counterparts, are disrupting the way we work, commute, produce, and…