Economic Historian. Researching the evolution of work, finance, and cities — and the consequences for individual people.
Previously, real estate private equity exec, startup founder, front-end developer, parliamentary advisor, and soldier. Based in New York, following long stints in Beijing, London, Paris, Melbourne, and Netanya.
The name Dror rhymes with "door" and is pronounced like "drawer," with a slight rumble on the first r. It is an ancient Hebrew word for freedom.
For a longer, official bio, check out my speaker profile.
- Bloomberg: Crypto ‘Cleansing’ Reignites Debate Over What Bitcoin Is All About
- Wall Street Journal: Adam Neumann and the Future of Crypto
- The Times: Creature Comforts Grow in Return to Office
- Bloomberg: Crypto’s War Test Leaves Future of Money Debate Wide Open
- Tablet: Ukraine Crowdfunds a War With Crypto
- Fortune: The death of offices and the rise of remote work could...
- Bloomberg: Washing Web3
- The Financial Times: Matt Damon’s crypto ad is more than just cringeworthy
- Sunday Times: WeWork’s ‘grownup in the room’ predicts office revolution
- Bloomberg: Money Stuff on Web3
- The New York Times: The Winners of Remote Work
- Bloomberg CityLab: The Death and Life of the Central Business District
- Prof G Podcast: Future of Cities, Work, and Office Space
- NPR Radio: The Future of Work Anywhere
- The New York Times: The Future of Work when Employees have a Choice
- Bloomberg: Germany's Banks Start Ditching Offices as Remote Soars
- Bloomberg: On the Best London Office Thrive
- The Wall Street Journal: The Office of Tomorrow
- NBC NY: The Office of the Future?
- The New Yorker: Has the Pandemic Transformed the Office Forever?
- The Times: What does the working from home revolution mean for the office?
- The Information: Airbnb Used Facebook and Twitter to Weed Out Hate Groups
- Forbes (Spanish): The Workspitality Approach
- Nikkei (in Japanese): Key points of Softbank's Investment in WeWork
- SiriusXM: Urban Technology in China and the U.S.