Economic Cyberwar, and How IP Drives the Global Economy
Mark R. Anderson, Chief Executive Officer, Strategic News Service
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Mark Anderson is the founding CEO of the Strategic News Service, and of the Future in Review (FiRe) Conference, which the Economist has labeled "the best technology conference in the world," as well as of SNS Project Inkwell, the first global consortium to address one-to-one computing in K12 classrooms.
Mark was the first to predict liquidity as the source of a global economic collapse, on CNBC Europe TV, in London in March 2007. His 10-year, publicly graded prediction accuracy rate is over 93%. He is on the advisory boards of the UCSD Calit2 Laboratory, OVP Venture Partners, Crowd Trust, and the mPedigree Network, and is the author of Resonance Theory in theoretical physics.
He is currently working on an international effort to recast global economics in terms of Intellectual Property creation and transfer, and has recently founded IPPA, the Intellectual Property Protection Alliance.
Mark R. Anderson, CEO of the Strategic News Service, argues that while studying China's growth boom he discovered a mercantile war with China based on asymmetrical trade. "The entire design of government working with business on industrial policy in each of these nations is really simple: much more exporting than importing," says Anderson.