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Associate Professor of Economics Liad Wagman and colleagues, including Stuart Ph.D. student Jian Jia, are conducting research on economic effects of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), beginning with the impact on technology venture investment....

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Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, Jian Jia, Stuart Finance Ph.D. student, and Ginger Jin,
Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland, College Park, have published an op-ed in Vox EU. The article entitled, "The short-run effects of GDPR on technology venture investment" is based on a recent paper of the same title, in which the...

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A recent working paper by Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, and Jian Jia, Ph.D. student, was featured in a number of online articles. The paper entitled, "The Short-Run Effects of GDPR on Technology Venture Investment" looks at the short-run impact on investment in technology firms. 
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A paper entitled "Big Data at the Crossroads of Antitrust and Consumer Protection", by Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, and Ginger Zhe Jin, University of Maryland, has been invited for presentation at the 2019 American Economic Association meeting.

Another paper by Wagman entitled "Platform, Anonymity, and Illegal Actors: Evidence of Whac-A-Mole Enforcement from Airbnb", in collaboration with Stuart doctoral student, Jian Jia, has been accepted as a ...

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A paper entitled "The Impact of Access to Consumer Data on the Competitive Effects of Horizontal Mergers," authored by Associate Professor of Economics, Liad Wagman, Jin-Hyuk Kim (CU Boulder, Economics), and Abraham Wickelgren (UT Austin, Law) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Economics & Management Strategy. The paper is a first look at the potential impact of consumer data on the approval process of...

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Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, was  published in The Journal of Law and Economics
The paper, "Can Restricting Property Use Be Value Enhancing? Evidence from Short-Term Rental Regulation" explores the effect of regulating short-term rentals - such as Airbnb. ...

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The paper “Motivation and Performance of User-Contributors: Evidence from a CQA Forum” by Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, has been accepted for publication by the Information Economics and Policy.

The paper is co-authored by Jed DeVaro, California State University, East Bay; Jin-Hyuk Kim, University of Colorado...

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Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, recently had his research into the economics of privacy is published in the Journal of Economic Literature. Wagman works on topics in the areas of Information Economics, Industrial Organization, and Entrepreneurial Finance, studying issues of information utilization and trade, innovation, e-commerce, and privacy. ...

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The paper “Early-Stage Entrepreneurial Financing: A Signaling Perspective” by Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Banking and Finance. The paper is co-authored by Jin-Hyuk Kim (University of Colorado at Boulder). In addition, a proposal submitted by Wagman to the George Mason University School of Law Privacy Fellowship has been accepted. Wagman was also invited by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to be a panel member at the FTC workshop on...

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"The Economics of Privacy," written by Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Economic Literature. Co-authors...

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