The Untapped Potential of Data-Driven Policy

Harvard Business School’s Mike Luca does a lot of work with both companies and cities to help make them more data driven. Some of his work is about the intersection of firms and cities. I recently sat down with Mike and talked about work he did with Yelp and the cities of San Francisco and Boston to help them optimize and publicize health inspections.  This is for City Journal’s new podcast 10 Blocks.  If the audio embed doesn’t display play for you, click over to listen at City Journal.

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For those of you who are subscribers to my personal podcast, I’ll be including my Luca talk as an episode in a couple weeks or so.

from Aaron M. Renn
http://www.urbanophile.com/2016/04/06/the-untapped-potential-of-data-driven-policy/

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