Economics design focuses on the design of ecosystems.
All ecosystems (digital, tokenised, non-digital) have similar underlying economics concepts like matching theory, auction theory, monetary economics, allocation theory, network economics and game theory.
By understanding these economic concepts, it can help to better design incentives for participants. Hence, produce robust stable outcomes and improve the efficiency of transaction within the ecosystem.
Our goal is to design sustainable economics structure for the long run.
We achieve this by focusing on research, education and design. And build sustainable models that are stress-tested for robustness.
Each ecosystem is different. Solutions have to be customised to achieve the stakeholders’ requirements and ecosystem objectives.
– Lisa JY Tan –
Now: Token Economics Researcher | Previous: Entrepreneur
Lisa is a deconstructor of economics, cryptoassets and cryptosystems. She comes from an economics background and sees huge potential to bridge the gap between traditional economics and the blockchain world.
Lisa now pours her passion for economics into designing, teaching and showcasing the true capabilities of solid underlying economic and incentivisation models to build scalable and sustainable token economy and networks.
2020 goal: Design token economics of 15 projects with sound economics and design, educate relevant parties on blockchain and token economics and invest in sound projects.
2019 goal: Defining the standards in Token Economics through economic theories and concepts, build literature around the foundation of Token Economics (aka research). Educate relevant parties with research-based knowledge.
2018 goal: Design the framework for a token economics through efficient market design and sound tokenomics.
Speak to me about: blockchain economics, token economics, behavioural economics, game theory, macroeconomics, market design, systems design, mechanism design, monetary economics, public speaking.