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Sarah Oh, Affiliated Scholar of the IEP
Affiliated Scholar of the Information Economy Project, firstname.lastname@example.org, Sarah’s LinkedIn profile.
Sarah Oh is an affiliated scholar of the Information Economy Project at George Mason University School of Law, a research center that applies law and economics to telecommunications policy in Arlington, Virginia. Her industry experience includes search engine marketing keyword campaign management for a shopping-comparison website in San Mateo, California. Sarah’s legal experience includes internships with regulators of technology, namely the Department of Commerce (NTIA), Federal Communications Commission, and Federal Trade Commission. Her research topics include radio spectrum rights and digital media regulation. She redesigned and implemented Information Economy Project online resources and embedded social networking features. For full profile, please visit Sarah’s LinkedIn profile.
George Mason University, Ph.D. Student, Economics
George Mason University, J.D., 2009
Stanford University, B.S., Management Science & Engineering, 2004