Professor, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Pinar Ozcan is a Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford. She is also the academic director of the Oxford Future of Finance and Technology (Fintech) Initiative at Oxford. Pinar specializes in strategy, entrepreneurship, and technology markets. Her current research includes AI and business models in fintech, open banking and digital disruption in banking, and the rise of big tech platforms. Since completing her Ph.D. at the Stanford Technology Ventures Program of Stanford University, she received the Strategic Management Society Research in Organizations Award for her work on the disruption in the banking sector in partnership with the Swift Institute. In 2019, she was chosen as a British Academy Mid-Career Fellow for her work on the disruption of banking in Europe and the UK. Her work experience also includes management consulting at Siemens Corporation in Munich, Germany, and strategy consulting with technology ventures and venture capital firms in the Silicon Valley. Her recent publications include Digitalization and its Strategic Implications for the Multinational Enterprise: The Changing Landscape of Competition and How to Cope with it and Platform Scaling, Fast and Slow.
Professor, School of Media and Communication, Korea University
Seongcheol Kim is a Professor at the School of Media and Communication at Korea University. He is the founder and director of the Center for Media Industry (CMI) and the Center for ICT and Society in Korea. He is also the co-editor of the Digital Business Journal. Before joining Korea University in 2008, Dr. Kim worked in the private sector, led e-government initiatives for the Seoul Metropolitan Government as the Information Systems Director, and was the associate dean of the School of IT Business at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) in Korea. His research interests include ICT management and policy. His recent publications include: What will be the possible barriers to consumers’ adoption of smart home services? and The impacts of technology platform openness on application developers’ intention to continuously use a platform: From an ecosystem perspective.
Martha Martinez Licetti
Practice Manager, Global Markets, Competition and Technology, World Bank Group
Martha Martinez Licetti is a Practice Manager in the Global Markets, Competition, and Technology Unit at the World Bank Group. She has more than 15 years of experience in economic regulation and competition policy. She has held leading positions in the private and public sectors, including at the competition authority and the telecommunications regulator in her native Peru.