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Do U.S. Regulators Listen to the Public? Testing the Regulatory Process with the RegRank Algorithm
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'''Do U.S. Regulators Listen to the Public? Testing the Regulatory Process with the RegRank Algorithm'''
Shawn Mankad, University of Maryland
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Shawn Mankad, University of Maryland
Andrei Kirilenko, MIT
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Andrei Kirilenko, MIT
George Michailidis, University of Michigan
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George Michailidis, University of Michigan
 
   
 
   
 
  '''Using mobile network big data for transportation planning in Sri Lanka (withdrawn)'''
 
  '''Using mobile network big data for transportation planning in Sri Lanka (withdrawn)'''

Revision as of 19:42, 11 June 2014

Offshore Activities and Global Consumption Risk
Gerard Hoberg, University of Maryland
Katie Moon, Securities and Exchange Commission
METIS: Massachusetts Economy and Technology Index System
Ramoza Ahsan
Rodica Neamtu
Elke Rundensteiner
Worcester Polytechnic Instituite
Lessons from the Medical Industry for Big Data in Finance
Alistair Milne
Paul Parboteeah
Loughborough University
Estimation of Traffic Flow using Passive Cell-phone Data
Vanessa Frias-Martinez, University of Maryland
Benyounes Moumni, EPFL
Enrique Frias-Martinez, Telefonica Research
Challenges in Resolving Semantic Heterogeneity with The Global Legal Entity Identifier System
Ting Li  
Victoria Lemieux
Rachel Pottinger 
University of British Columbia
Towards Understanding Real-Estate Ownership in New York City: Opportunities and Challenges
Tuan-Anh Hoang-Vu
Vicky Been 
Ingrid Ellen 
Max Weselcouch 
Juliana Freire
New York University
Do U.S. Regulators Listen to the Public? Testing the Regulatory Process with the RegRank Algorithm
Shawn Mankad, University of Maryland
Andrei Kirilenko, MIT
George Michailidis, University of Michigan

Using mobile network big data for transportation planning in Sri Lanka (withdrawn)
Sriganesh Lokanathan 
Nisansa de Silva
LIRNEasia