Research Interests

My research studies how technology, governance, and market structure affect strategic interactions between firms, affect incentives to innovate, and shape market outcomes. Most of my research settings are industries characterized by two-sided markets, including cable TV, credit cards, Internet, newspapers, telecommunications, and other technology-focused industries. My current research focuses on the effect of AI, robots, and other types of automation on firm strategy, productivity, and labor market outcomes.

Peer Reviewed Publications

Other Writing

Popular Media

“We Won’t Even Know If A Robot Takes Your Job” – Forbes, January 11, 2017

“No, Robots Not Be Taxed” – Forbes, March 3, 2017

“Immigrants Can Help Boost American Innovation and Economic Growth” (with Petra Moser) – Forbes, April 25, 2017

“Universal Basic Income Is Not An Innovation Policy” – Forbes, June 6, 2017

“Artificial Intelligence And Big Data: Good For Innovation?” Forbes, September 7, 2017

“Trump’s Focus On Rural Broadband Should Include Community-Owned Networks” Forbes, January 9, 2018

Data PortabilityAnd Competition Between Technology Platforms (with Sam Himel). Forbes, March 6, 2018