June 5, 2017 – The Technology Policy Institute is pleased to announce Sarah Oh has joined TPI as a Research Fellow.
“We are delighted to have Sarah join TPI,” said TPI President Scott Wallsten. “She has already contributed substantially to our understanding of broadband and spectrum policy through her research, and we look forward to more of her thoughtful analysis.”
Sarah Oh is a Research Fellow at the Technology Policy Institute. Oh is completing her PhD in Economics from George Mason University, and already holds a JD from GMU and a BS in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University. She was previously the Operations and Research Director for the Information Economy Project at George Mason School of Law. She has also presented research at the 39th Telecommunications Policy Research Conference and has co-authored work published in the Northwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property among other research projects. Her research interests include law and economics, regulatory analysis, and technology policy.
Contact: Amy Smorodin, 202-828-4405, [email protected]
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