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Fall 2022 IDE Lunch Seminar Series

The Fall 2022 IDE Lunch Seminar’s will take place virtually on Tuesday’s from 12:00-1:00pm ET beginning on September 20.

Registration is now open for the entire semester. You may register for one or more seminars at any time. See schedule below.

September 20 , December 06, 2022

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT

These informal lunch seminars include early results from current MIT research projects and guest presentations from our Digital Economy network. Some seminars are recorded and made available on the IDE YouTube channel HERE. Please continue to check this space for an updated agenda, more sessions will be added below.
  • September 20 - Catherine Thomas, London School of Economics and Political Science “Who Benefits from Online Gig Economy Platforms?” [Access Video]
  • September 27 - Philippe Roussiere and Praveen Tanguturi, Accenture "The Art of AI Maturity: How Smart Machines Helped Researchers Uncover the Future of Smart Machines” [Access Video]
  • October 4 - Manish Raghavan, MIT Sloan "The Challenge of Understanding What Users Want: Inconsistent Preferences and Engagement Optimization" [Access Video]
  • October 11 - Marshall Van Alstyne, Boston University "Free Speech, Platforms & The Fake News Problem" [Access Video]
  • October 18 - Rem Koning, Harvard Business School "Sampling Bias in Entrepreneurial Experiments: Evidence from a Product Launch Platform" [Access Video]
  • October 25 - Emil Palikot, Stanford "Smiles in Profiles: Improving Fairness and Efficiency Using Estimates of User Preferences in Online Marketplaces" [Access Video]
  • November 1 - Avi Goldfarb, Rotman School of Management [Access Video]
  • November 8 - Hanna Halaburda, NYU Stern School [Access Video]
  • November 15 - Sonny Tambe, Wharton School [Access Video]
  • November 22 - Himabindu Lakkaraju, Harvard Business School [Access Video]
  • November 29 - Gordon Burtch, Boston University [Access Video]
  • December 6 - Zoe Cullen, Harvard Business School [Access Video]