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Job creation through asset relocation of emerging markets


Dr. Tamaro J. Green

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2021-02-24 10:47:12 viewed: 525


Emerging markets brings opportunities to evaluate how employment can be created consistent with technology.  The arrival of cryptocurrency and financial technology has been heralded as new forms for investment, transactions, and finance.  The challenges for these new financial market technologies include the consumption of natural resources, the insurance that they are not vehicles of illegitimate finance, the assessment of their impact existing financial systems, and research on their role in other areas of the economy. 

One area of the economy that may be affected by emerging financial markets is labour markets.  Equity markets provide opportunities for the development of labour markets as investments can create employment opportunities with the capital raised for companies.  Cryptocurrency market investments lack this inherent ability to create employment opportunities as the investments in cryptocurrency are not tied to assets.  Cryptocurrency values also have the potential to be manipulated because there is no measure of true value for a cryptocurrency.  The availability of a cryptocurrency is based on the cryptographic key that is generated through algorithms based on network bandwidth.  Because the cryptocurrency investment is not linked to any physical assets other than the infrastructure of the computer network, transitioning to a form of financial system that can include the creation of employment opportunities may provide greater value for the emerging market.

Another area of asset relocation that may have the opportunity to create employment is relocation of electronic commerce inventory.  Electronic commerce differs from traditional retail in that the inventory of electronic commerce remains an opaque value as there are no brick and mortar locations to provide assessment of whether products sell quickly.  The opaque world of electronic commerce can make it difficult to assess the quantity and quality of products that are in inventory.  An electronic commerce system that provides more transparency in the availability of inventory may provide tools for restructuring assets to finance the creation of more employment opportunities.


Dr. Tamaro Green is a computer science researcher and the founder of TJG Web Services.  TJG Web Services, LLC is a consulting firm in the field of information technology.  Dr. Green writes on topics of privacy, security, and ethics in information technology and computer science.

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