Dr. Nicola Jentzsch
Publications at DIW Berlin
Vorträge am DIW Berlin
CV - Short Version
Dr. Nicola Jentzsch is Senior Associate at the DIW Berlin. In the past 15 years of research, she has focused on the economics of privacy and cybersecurity, as well as risk supervision in banking. Her main areas of interest are competition in digital markets, industrial organization, data protection and topics such as Big Data, BlockChain and Privacy Guarantees. Prior to DIW Berlin, Dr. Jentzsch taught at the Department of Economics of the Freie Universität Berlin and has been a Research Fellow at Yale University. She has served as adviser for the European Commission, the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), World Bank and several Central Banks in African and Asian countries. In the past, she has published a book on financial privacy (Financial Privacy - An International Comparison of Credit Reporting Systems, Springer-Verlag), which has been translated into Chinese. She is a Google Research Award winner and her research is published in international double-blind peer review economics journals.
Dr. Jentzsch's work has been influential in science and actual politics alike. She has been quoted in Journal of Economic Literature (2016), Science (Special on Privacy 2015), the European Commission's European Financial Stability and Integration Review (2015), the World Bank's Global Financial Development Report (2014), it's World Development Report (2014) and Doing Business Report (2004) and recently in several Working Papers of the Bank for International Settlements, Bank of England, Banque de France, Central Bank of Iceland, EU Commission Sector Inquiry Retail Banking (2003). Her work has been quoted or covered in popular media such as FirstMonday, FAZ IT Blog, Focus Online, Heise Online, Monocle, iRights.info, Ökonomenstimme, and the MIT Technology Review.