Entries by Jerry Liu

Learning Dynamics in Social Networks

How do societies learn about the quality of innovations? How does the structure of social interactions affect their diffusion? These questions are critically important to modern economics, and to social science more broadly. They are relevant for the diffusion of …

Ryan Snyder

Ryan Snyder graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in Economics, and later returned to earn a master’s degree in Urban Planning. As an undergraduate, Snyder was interested in a wide variety of subjects, from Geography to Anthropology.  The diversity …

Rethinking Randomized Controlled Trials

Sir Ronald Fisher (1890-1962) is often regarded as the most influential statistician in 20th century. His 1935 book on “The Design of Experiments” sparked a revolution towards the use of the use of random assignments in assessing research inquiries. Fisher’s …

Jason Mozingo

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Jason Mozingo

Managing Principal

Passkey Investors, LLC

Jason Mozingo is a private equity and credit investment professional with 20+ years of investing experience across multiple industries. He is the Managing Principal for Passkey Investors, LLC, a family-office …

Brad Brutocao

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Mr. Brad Brutocao

Partner
Freeman Spogli & Co.

Brad Brutocao is a Partner with Freeman Spogli & Co., a leading middle market private equity investment firm with approximately $3 billion in assets under management. Based in Los …