As part of my dissertation work, I am reaching out to regulators, innovators, and entrepreneurs to understand how they think about the interaction between regulation and innovation.
If you are interested in being interviewed, please reach out to me through the contact page and we can set up a time to speak in person (if you are in the San Francisco Bay Area), by phone, or by video conferencing. Interviews take about one hour.
Below, please find an outline of the themes my project explores through interviews.
- What experiences have you had with regulators, innovators, and entrepreneurs?
- How do regulators, innovators, and entrepreneurs fit together in the economy?
- How should regulators, innovators, and entrepreneurs fit together in the economy?
- Where do these perceptions come from? Did you learn them in school? Through colleagues? Some other source?
- How might we move from how it works now to how it should work?
- What is the purpose of regulation? Why? What experiences or training do you base that on?
- What is the effect of regulation on innovation? What experiences or training do you base that on?
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