Verina F. Que
I am a doctoral student in Quantitative Marketing at Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
My research interests lie broadly in the economics of digitization and AI, the economics of digital privacy, and entrepreneurship. I am interested in how digitization and data privacy concerns affect the supply-side strategies and efforts; how digitization improves our understanding of entrepreneurs' learning and marketing channels construction; and most importantly, how these results draw implications for better policy designs. I am also passionate at exploring the art and entertainment industries.
In addition to research, I have been dancing ballet since I was 4. I go snowboarding in the winters and hiking in the summers.
Contact: verina [dot] que19 [at] rotman [dot] utoronto [dot] ca