The Tech & Policy Initiative benefits from the expertise of the faculty throughout Columbia University, affiliated experts as well as from our engagement with the wider New York City ecosystem.
Next Generation Scholars
The Initiative has provided support to next generation scholars through the generous support of the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Research projects and profiles are indicated below.
- Ryan Ellis: No More Free Bug
- Mark Raymond: Processes of Global Cyber Regime Complex Formation
- Greg Taylor: Balance of Power in the Digital Economy
- Shazeda Ahmed: Toward a "Digital One Belt, One Road"
- Justin K. Canfil: Disclosure Dilemmas in Cyber Policy
- Martina F. Ferracane: How do restrictions on movement of data impact data security?
- Nadiya Kostyuk: Determinants of States' Cyber Escalation Ladder
- Lennart Maschmeyer: Civil Society in Cyber Conflict
- Fernanda R. Rosa: Global Internet, Local Governance
Supporters and Collaborators
We are grateful to Carnegie Corporation of New York for its major support of this Initiative. We also thank Microsoft Corporation as well as our collaborators across Columbia University for their support and participation, including the Data Science Institute, the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information and the Tow Center for Digital Journalism.