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Economics of innovation and intellectual property, economics of the Internet and of personal data, blockchain and trust, industrial organization, applied micro-econometrics

Patrick Waelbroeck is professor of industrial economics and econometrics at Telecom Paristech. He earned a PhD in economics from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He also holds a master degree from Yale University for which he obtained a Fulbright scholarship. His research and teaching focus on the economics of innovation, the economics of intellectual property, Internet economics and the economics of personal data.
Patrick Waelbroeck is also a founding member of the Chair “Valeurs et Politiques des Informations Personnelles” (Values and Policies of Personal Information), Institut Mines-Télécom, that addresses legal, economic, technical and philosophical issues related to personal data. He is a member of the international network CESIfo.