Ozge Demirci


I am a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Business School.   

I received my PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick, and previously I worked as a research analyst at the International Monetary Fund.    

My research focuses on the economics of digitization, online marketplaces, and artificial intelligence technologies. I combine methods from econometrics and machine learning in quasi-experimental designs.  

In my recent work, I study the impact of regulations that require removing sensitive information from algorithms. I am also interested in new digital technologies (i.e., Generative AI and digital platforms) and the ways they affect the behavior of consumers and firms.

Please find my CV here.

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