06/30/21, ESMT Update A new research project shows how a dominant e-commerce platform harms consumers and third-party sellers by selling its own, competing products. Regulation and taxation of hybrid platform models can benefit consumers and third-party sellers.
Gleichberechtigung „Emotionale Frauen wirken schnell unprofessionell"
05/25/21, WirtschaftsWoche Online Top young German economists. In this interview, Özlem Bedre-Defolie discusses equal rights for women and her career path in a field dominated by men. "Emotional women are quickly characterized as unprofessional." (Article in German)
Deutschlands spannendste Nachwuchs-Ökonomen
05/19/21, Wirtschaftswoche Top young German economists. Özlem Bedre-Defolie, associate professor of economics at ESMT Berlin, is listed as one of Germany's most exciting young economists by WirtschaftsWoche. (metered paywall/German language)
How do we stop digital market monopolies? New research from ESMT Berlin gives key insights for policy
05/06/21, ESMT Press New research from ESMT Berlin identifies how digital markets become monopolies and offers key insights for policymakers to ensure that in the future digital markets are better regulated and do not ‘tip’ towards monopolies.
How are social media giants tackling misinformation during COVID-19?
06/26/20, Open Access Government Özlem Bedre-Defolie, associate professor of economics, analyzes how platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook are tackling misinformation during the corona crisis.
Professorin der ESMT Berlin erhält 1,5 Millionen Euro Förderung für Forschung zu digitalen Märkten