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    • Essays on Privacy, Information, and Anonymous Transactions 

      Wagman, Liad (2009)
      This dissertation uses game theoretic models to examine the effects of agent anonymity on markets for goods and for information. In open, anonymous settings, such as the Internet, anonymity is relatively easy to obtain --- ...
    • Institutional review boards' use and understanding of certificates of confidentiality. 

      Beskow, Laura M; Check, Devon K; Namey, Emily E; Dame, Lauren A; Lin, Li; Cooper, Alexandra; Weinfurt, Kevin P; ... (8 authors) (PloS one, 2012-01)
      Certificates of Confidentiality, issued by agencies of the U.S. government, are regarded as an important tool for meeting ethical and legal obligations to safeguard research participants' privacy and confidentiality. By ...
    • Interpretation and integration of the federal substance use privacy protection rule in integrated health systems: A qualitative analysis. 

      Wu, Li-Tzy; Campbell, Aimee NC; McCarty, Dennis; Rieckmann, Traci; McNeely, Jennifer; Rotrosen, John; Bart, Gavin (Journal of substance abuse treatment, 2019-02)
      BACKGROUND:Federal regulations (42 CFR Part 2) provide special privacy protections for persons seeking treatment for substance use disorders. Primary care providers, hospitals, and health care organizations have struggled ...
    • Who Benefits from Online Privacy? 

      Taylor, Curtis R; Wagman, Liad (2008)
      When firms can identify their past customers, they may use information about purchase histories in order to price discriminate. We present a model with a monopolist and a continuum of heterogeneous consumers, where consumers ...