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Data Economy Research Lab (DER Lab)
- Realizing data economy: smart cities, FinTech, open government, etc. -
Introduction
The Data Economy Research Lab (DERL) in KDI School aims to advance our understanding on socio∙economic ramifications of this mega trend by conducting inter-disciplinary as well as inter-sectoral research on the workings of "data economy," defined as an ecosystem that generates economic and social values by exchanging or trading digital data. To establish such ecosystem, it is essential to ensure a series of market and institutional factors that can enable an efficient and safe mechanism for data collection and sharing, an innovative data analytics to be linked to social welfare gain, and a legal and regulatory environment for nurturing start-ups and other market participants. In our view, social science research on these topics is in its infant stage, which we will attempt to fill going forward with careful and rigorous research.
Leader
    • Man Cho
Member
      • JoonKyung Kim
      • Junesoo Lee
      • Taejun Lee
      • Inbok Rhee
      • Chungeun Yoon
Research Assistant
  • Dongwook Kim (ehddnr14@kdis.ac.kr)
Research Projects
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  • Immigration and Invention: Evidence from the Quota Acts
    PM: Chungeun Yoon Year: 2020
    date 16th February, 2021 Hit : 0
  • Inventors and Firm Innovation: Evidence from the U.S. World War I Draft
    PM: Chungeun Yoon Year: 2020
    date 16th February, 2021 Hit : 1
  • Political Campaigns and Church Contributions
    PM: Chungeun Yoon Year: 2018
    date 16th February, 2021 Hit : 1
  • Electoral Security and Legislator Attention: Evidence from the Kenyan National Assembly Debates, 2008-2017
    PM: Inbok Rhee Year: 2019
    date 16th February, 2021 Hit : 2
  • Voter Demand for Legislator Attention in Kenya
    PM: Inbok Rhee Year: 2019
    date 16th February, 2021 Hit : 0
Notices & Events
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