Our initial research interests include how digitalization changes firms and markets, the implications of these changes for regulation and antitrust, the consequences of activist antitrust, how cultural and legal differences across countries affect digital development, the economics of information and privacy, the nature of rivalry in digital markets, financing digital startups, and the impacts of social media and other information tech sectors on business development and entrepreneurship, especially for women, minorities, and the poor.
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DMI’s Competitive Research Award Program will encourage and sustain active research programs related to deepening our understanding of digital markets and the associated public policies, with priority given to interdisciplinary research. Stay tuned for more details coming soon!
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