Unlocking Digital Competition
June 19, 2024

Jason Furman is the Professor of the Practice of Economic Policy jointly at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) and the Department of Economics at Harvard University. He served as the 28th Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers. Furman has conducted research in a wide range of areas, including fiscal policy, tax policy, health economics, social security, technology policy, and domestic and international macroeconomics.

Professor Furman presented his views on digital competition, where he introduced a framework to think about the good sources and bad sources of digital growth, and gave suggestions on regulating digital competition.


Steve Tadelis:

Now we're going to go to our last invited speaker before we go to the open session, I do want to acknowledge that we're a little bit behind, about 15 to 17, 18 minutes, but hopefully that will still leave us enough time. Jason needs little introduction. One of us that has straddled academia and policy in ways that few have. I also like that, I'm kind of sandwiched between Eric and Jason because probably close to 30 years ago, Eric taught microeconomics to me and many others. And I was the teaching assistant who helped Jason go through some of the stuff and I hope I was useful. So, Jason takes it away.

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