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Shota is a Senior Economist. His research focuses on microeconomic theory, game theory, and the economics of the Internet. Most recently, he theoretically analyzes the economic impact of personal data sharing by consumers. His other works include auction theory and information disclosure theory.

 

 


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Working papers

  • "Natural Monopoly for Data Intermediaries," 2019
  • "Consumer-Optimal Disclosure with Costly Information Acquisition," 2018
  • "Online Privacy and Information Disclosure by Consumers," 2018
  • "When to Hold an Auction?"
    (with Isaias N. Chaves), 2018
  • "Limiting Sender's Information in Bayesian Persuasion," 2017