Davos – World Economic Forum

Hey, Davos starts on Monday.

WEF website

And they have a blog, of course. :-D

Twenty20 = Sure Bets and Wildcard scenarios to the year 2020. Nothing on that website, yet, but I&#8217-ll be monitoring it.

Read the previous blog posts by Chris. F. Masse:

  • Hilarious.
  • Prediction market sessions of the O’Reilly Money-Tech Conference suffer fatally from the absence of the world’s most knowledgeable, most innovative and most trustworthy prediction market expert.
  • Bet2Give Presidential Widget —REDUX
  • Professor Leighton Vaughan-Williams becomes embroilled in BetFair blog controversy.
  • Bet2Give Presidential Widget
  • Did the BetFair blog use trading data from InTrade to hint at BetFair’s accuracy??
  • WordPress powers the MSM’s blogs: NY Times, WSJ, CNN, Fox, Time and People.

What one thing do you think that countries, companies or individuals must do to make the world a better place in 2008?

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Is there any prediction market answer to the Davos Question? I bet that there isn&#8217-t any, because the successes of the prediction markets are incremental and not spectacular. Prediction markets are a tool of convenience &#8212-they have no magic in them.

Nevertheless, I propose that we send the boy scout of the prediction market field, Jed Christiansen, to the World Economic Forum &#8212-if he can endure the cold.

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