Affiliated Experts

Pierre de Vries

Pierre de Vries
Research Fellow
Economic Policy Research Center of the University of Washington

Pierre de Vries is a Research Fellow at the Economic Policy Research Center of the University of Washington, and a Senior Adjunct Fellow of the Silicon Flatirons Center at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is also a technology advisor to the Washington DC law firm of Harris Wiltshire & Grannis. Read more »

Paul Taylor

Paul Taylor
Chief Content Officer
e.Republic, Inc.

Paul W. Taylor, Ph.D., is the Chief Content Officer for e.Republic,Inc., where he focuses on serving its audience in print, in person and online with relevant, valuable and actionable information and services. Read more »

Jonathan Seelig

Jonathan Seelig
Director
Globespan

As a Managing Director of Globespan, Jonathan sources new investment opportunities, evaluates and negotiates investments, and serves on the boards of portfolio companies. Based in Boston, he focuses on investments in Communications and Internet/ Infrastructure companies. Jonathan, a successful entrepreneur himself, shares his company creation and operating experience, technical expertise, and broad international perspective to help the firm’s portfolio companies succeed. Read more »

Susan Ness

Susan Ness

A communications policy consultant, Susan Ness served as a Commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission from 1994 to 2001, where she championed the introduction of competition in telecom and video services, and played a key role on spectrum policy, including spectrum auctions, deployment of new technologies (PCS, digital satellite radio, digital terrestrial radio, digital television, and unlicensed spectrum), connecting schools and libraries to the Internet, and global telecom policy. Read more »

David Moschella

David Moschella
Research Director
CSC Leading Edge Forum

David Moschella is the Research Director for CSC’s Leading Edge Forum. In this position, he guides a series of global research initiatives aimed at helping CIOs and other Business/ IT leaders understand and exploit the ever-expanding intersection between business and information technology. David’s key areas of expertise include globalization, industry restructuring, disruptive technologies, and the co-evolution of business and IT.  Read more »

Kenneth Kraemer

Kenneth Kraemer

Kenneth Kraemer is the Taco Bell Professor of Information Technology for Management at the Paul Merage School of Business. He is also Director of the Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations (CRITO), as well as Director of the Personal Computing Industry Center at UC Irvine. He has conducted research on the management of computing in organizations for more than 40 years. Read more »

Dan Gordon

Dan Gordon
Research Director
Valhalla Partners

Dan Gordon is Research Director for Valhalla Partners, a Northern Virginia venture capital firm. Dan has twenty-eight years experience working with technology, as a computer scientist, software developer, manager, analyst, and entrepreneur. Read more »

Jane Fountain

Jane Fountain

Jane Fountain is a Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she is also founder and Director of the National Center for Digital Government and Director of the Science, Technology, and Society Initiative and the Center for Public Policy and Administration. Read more »

Suk-Gwon Chang

Suk-Gwon Chang
Professor of MIS and Telecommunications
School of Business, Hanyang University, Korea

Suk-Gwon Chang is a professor of MIS and Telecommunications at the School of Business, Hanyang University, Korea. His research interest is focused on national ICT policy, socio-economic justification of ICT investments, IT-based competition strategy, and digital convergence business models. Read more »

Erik Brynjolfsson

Erik Brynjolfsson
Professor
MIT Sloan School of Management

Erik Brynjolfsson is the George and Sandi Schussel Professor of Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management and the Director of the Center for eBusiness at MIT. His research analyzes how businesses can effectively use the Internet and other information technologies. This work has received six "Best Paper" awards from fellow academics and is frequently cited in the business press. Read more »