The Data Economy Lab commits to producing quality and insightful research into new theories, business practices and technologies in today’s rapid developing web-based economic and financial context. Particularly, the Lab studies the development of cryptocurrencies and block chain technologies, data capitalization as a new natural resource and business asset, as well as the emerging theories, practices and technologies of the data-driven economy. Within the coming three years, we plan to hire research talents to join the collaborative endeavors to conduct leading-edge research in the data economy, and to deliver social impact, not least by developing our related graduate programs and executive education, in collaborations with our enterprise partners.
Joint Chairs of the Laboratory Search Committee:
Prof. Edward J. SNAPE, Dean, School of Business
Prof. Yi-Ke GUO, Vice-President (Research and Development)
Prof. Jianhua ZHANG (Biology)
Prof. Jianliang XU (Computer Science)
Prof. Jiming LIU (Computer Science)
Prof. Aristotelis STOURAITIS (Finance and Decision Sciences)
Prof. Kim Sau CHUNG (Economics)
Mr. Peter BENZ (Visual Arts)
Prof. Lixing ZHU (Mathematics)
Prof. Xu HUANG (Management)
Prof. Kimmy CHAN (Marketing)
Prof. Gina LAI (Sociology)
Centre for Business Analytics and the Digital Economy (CBADE) Seminars
Prof. Chien-Chiang WANG, National Taiwan University
"Cryptocurrency, Imperfect Information, and Fraud"
Prof. Linda SCHILLING, Ecole Polytechnique
"Cryptocurrency, Competition, and the Impossible Trinity"
Prof. Daniel CHEN, Toulouse School of Economics
"Stereotypes in High-Stakes Decisions: Evidence from U.S. Circuit Courts"
Prof. Jacques CREMER, Toulouse School of Economics
"Migration between Platforms"
Prof. Alexandre DE CORNIERE, Toulouse School of Economics
Dr. Yu ZHU, Bank of Canada
"Bank Market Power and Central Bank Digital Currency: Theory and Quantitative Assessment
Prof. Jiasun LI, George Mason University "Bitcoin Wash Trading"
Prof. Ariel ZETLIN-JONES, Carnegie Mellon University
"Getting Blockchain Incentives Right"
Prof. Jacob LESHNO, University of Chicago "An Economic Analysis of the Bitcoin Payment System"
Prof. Rodney GARRATT, University of California, Santa Barbara
"Why Fixed Costs Matter for Proof-of-Work Based"
Mr Leo YANG, Pre-Doctoral Fellow at Standard University
"Web Scrapping for Dummies"
Prof Shawn SHI, Visiting Research Fellow at Brown University
"Interactive Maps for Dummies"
Prof. Itay FAINMESSER, John Hopkins University "Digital Privacy"
Dr. Shota ICHIHASHI, Bank of Canada
"Dynamic Privacy Choices"
Dr. Nicole IMMORLICA, Microsoft "Incentivizing Exploration with Selective Data Disclosure"
Prof. Harald UHLIG, University of Chicago
"Central Bank Digital Currency: when Price and Bank Stability Collide"
Prof. Ye LI, The Ohio State University "Token-Based Platform Finance"
Mr. Hawkins CHIN, Senior Business Intelligence Analyst, APL Logistics "The Impacts of Business Analytics Adoption in the Logistics Industry"
Prof. Michael SCHWARZ, Microsoft "Efficient Capacity Provisioning for Firms with Multiple Locations: The Case of Public Cloud"
Prof. Neil GANDAL, Tel Aviv University "An Examination of the Crytocurrency Pump and Dump Ecosystem"
Prof. Shunya NODA, University of British Columbia
"An Economic Analysis of Difficulty Adjustment Algorithems in Proof-of-Work Blockchain Systems"
Prof. Julian WRIGHT, National University of Singapore "Data-Enabled Learning and Competitive Advantage"
Prof. Michael CHOI, University of California, Irvine "Money Mining and Price Dynamics"
Prof. Alessandro BONATTI, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"The Economics of Social Data"
Prof DAVID SKEIE, University of Warwick "Digital Currency Runs"
Prof. Matteo BENETTON, University of California, Barkeley "Investors' Beliefs and Asset Prices: A Structural Model of Crytocurrency Demand"