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This dissertation studies problems policymakers face in diffusing new technologies, curbing misinformation, and delegating authority to regulators. The common thread in my approach to these problems is to (1) identify robustly optimal policies when policymakers have limited information about their setting, and (2) explore when it would be worthwhile to acquire costly information.


Type of resource text
Form electronic resource; remote; computer; online resource
Extent 1 online resource.
Place California
Place [Stanford, California]
Publisher [Stanford University]
Copyright date 2021; ©2021
Publication date 2021; 2021
Issuance monographic
Language English


Author Malladi, Suraj
Degree supervisor Skrzypacz, Andrzej, 1973-
Thesis advisor Skrzypacz, Andrzej, 1973-
Thesis advisor Akbarpour, Mohammad
Thesis advisor Jackson, Matthew O
Thesis advisor Ostrovsky, Michael
Degree committee member Akbarpour, Mohammad
Degree committee member Jackson, Matthew O
Degree committee member Ostrovsky, Michael
Associated with Stanford University, Graduate School of Business


Genre Theses
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Bibliographic information

Statement of responsibility Suraj Malladi.
Note Submitted to the Graduate School of Business.
Thesis Thesis Ph.D. Stanford University 2021.

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© 2021 by Suraj Malladi

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