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Conventional theory building, model development, and causal inference are necessary but no longer sufficient tools for Tech companies thriving in today’s economic environment. The emergence of powerful software algorithms, next-generation experiments, big data, commodification of processing power, scalable platform computing, A.I., and machine learning are generating profound change for business economists and their academic colleagues.

Arranged around the theme Economics in the Age of Algorithms, Experiments, and A.I., TEC2017 brings together leading thinkers in economics and data science in an intellectual exchange on how interdisciplinary developments in these fields are impacting today’s approaches, frameworks, tools, and techniques. World-class business economists will elaborate on the emerging and future data science needs in economic research and practice. NABE is pleased to co-host the inaugural Tech Economic Conference with Founding Partners Amazon, Google, IBM, Intel, Netflix, and Zillow.

 




Pat Bajari
Amazon
Max H. Bazerman
Harvard Business School
 Pedro Domingos
University of Washington 
Oren Etzioni
AIAI




 Carolyn Evans
Intel
Martin Fleming
IBM
Emily B. Fox
University of Washington
Stan Humphries
Zillow

 
 Randall Lewis
 
Netflix
 Alvin Roth
Stanford University
 Nela Richardson
Redfin
Hal Varian
Google 

 

 
 


Our Partners and Sponsors

NABE thanks the Founding Partners and Sponsors of the 2017 Tech Economics Conference:


 

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Interested in becoming a sponsor or exhibitor? Download the Sponsorship & Exhibit Packet for more information or contact Tom Beers, NABE Executive Director, at tbeers@nabe.com.



Conference Planning Committee


Our thanks to the NABE Tech Economics Conference planning committee for organizing the conference:

Bill Anderson, University of Washington
Susan Athey, Stanford University
Greg Duncan, Amazon
Carolyn Evans, Intel
Peter Evans, KPMG
Martin Fleming, IBM
Duncan Gilchrist, UBER
Christopher Hooton, Internet Association
Mike Horrigan, BLS
Stan Humphries, Zillow
Brian Johnston, IBM 
Sam Khater, CoreLogic
Mike Luca, Harvard University
Stuart Mackintosh, NABE President, Group of Thirty
Stephan McBride, Netflix
Skylar Olsen, Zillow
Lisa Osofsky, IBM
Nela Richardson, Redfin
Ken Sanford, Dataiku
Tara Sinclair, Indeed and The George Washington University
Paul Thomas, Economic Stories, LLC
Hal Varian, Google
Mine Yucel, NABE VP, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas



 



 

 



 

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NABE Tech Economics Conference
November 15-16, 2017

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