Virtual Digital Economy Seminar
An open online international and inter-institutional seminar on the digital economy
All seminars are on Thursdays at 8:00am Los Angeles - 11:00am New York - 4:00pm London - 5:00pm Berlin - 6:00pm Tel Aviv.
The schedule can be imported as a Google calendar here or as an ics file here.
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Schedule - Spring 2022
Thursday, April 7 - Nathan Yang (Dyson School, Cornell University)
Browsing the Aisles or Browsing the App? How Online Grocery Shopping is Changing What We Buy
Watch recording on YouTube
April 21: Maggie X. Chen (George Washington University)
Stand Out from the Millions: Market Congestion and Information Friction on Global E-Commerce Platforms
Thursday, June 23 - Tesary Lin (Questrom School of Business, Boston University)
The Uncertainty of Privacy Valuations under Choice Architecture
Each seminar lasts 60 minutes
45 minutes of presentation
15 minutes of moderated discussion
Once signed up for the mailing list, you will receive a Zoom and a YouTube link before each session.
A moderator collects audience questions in the Zoom chat. The audience will be muted. The moderator will relay clarification questions or unmute selectively during the talk. Remaining questions will be collected and asked in the moderated discussion.
The seminar will be recorded (subject to the speaker's preferences) so that participants asking question would also appear in the recording. All recorded videos can be viewed on YouTube.
This is a non-profit project initiated and organized by:
Luis Aguiar (UZH), Stefan Bechtold (ETHZ), Daniel Ershov (TSE), Ulrich Kaiser (UZH), Reinhold Kesler (UZH), Tobias Kretschmer (LMU), Miguel Godinho de Matos (Católica-Lisbon), Gal Oestreicher-Singer, Shachar Reichman (TAU), Christian Peukert (HEC Lausanne), Imke Reimers (Northeastern), Hannes Ullrich (DIW&UCPH)