Good as always on data and (lack of, or biased) academic publications. Uber and the Sherlock Holmes Principle: How Control of Data Can Lead to Biased Academic Research
Good read from on the need of access to in-house companies data for research.Role to play for companies, academic inst. and jrnl publishers(!).Resonates so well with (digital) services trade challenges discussed at #WTOPublicForum
Interesting article on the "academic capture" problem for academic research in studying digital platforms by from . "Uber and the Sherlock Holmes Principle: How Control of Data Can Lead to Biased Academic Research
How can we ensure that academic journals do not become an unintended instrument in the PR efforts of powerful firms? offers some solutions.
how much of a problem is academic capture in relation to banks, financial services intermediaries? take a guess? more or less than in other industries?
"in studying digital platforms, academic research inadvertently becomes part of the platforms’ lobbying effort"
Uber and the Sherlock Holmes Principle: How Control of Data Can Lead to Biased Academic Research. How can we ensure that academic journals do not become an unintended instrument in the PR efforts of powerful firms? — Luigi Zingales