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Economic Inclusion

At the Keith Institute economic inclusion is synonymous with distributing equity. It is not thought of in the same way that business development or economic development is. It is not specific to the distribution of capital. Real inclusion requires the adequate allocation of underpinning mechanisms that compel capital to transact. We think of economic inclusion as a distribution problem based on value.

 

James Felton Keith thinks that we can create more equity for more people by aiming to quantify individual's and institution's value. More narrowly he thinks that value can become a unit of measurement in the modern era as a result of data collection. He thinks data can help us reduce much of the economic disparity that the 21st century endures. 

James Felton Keith at Money2020 in Las Vegas