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BCCP Conference and Policy Forum 2016 - Session 1: Privacy Preferences in Digital Markets

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BCCP Conference and Policy Forum 2016: Session 1: Privacy Preferences in Digital Markets

Individuals value privacy, socializing, and disclosing. These conflicting actions raise important issues for individuals and regulators. This session surveys the economic foundations of privacy relying on insights from economic theory and empirical evidence. How much do consumers value privacy? Do (or should) consumers unambiguously strive for stronger privacy protection? How have businesses reacted to consumer preferences for privacy? Alessandro Acquisti Professor of Information Technology and Public Policy, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University Director of the CMU Privacy Economics Experiments (Peex) Lab Co-director of the CMU Center for Behavioral and Decision Research (CBDR) Dorothea Kübler Director of the Research Unit Market Behavior, WZB Berlin Social Science Center Professor of Economics, Technical University Berlin Moderated by Dirk Engelmann (Professor of Public Finance, Humboldt-University Berlin)
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