Sadev Parikh is a joint J.D. / M.P.A (Master in Public Administration) student at Georgetown Law and the Harvard Kennedy School. He explores legal and policy solutions to questions surrounding the digital economy. Outside of the classroom, Sadev works on advancing ideas like instituting a digital platform regulator in the United States and promoting competition in digital markets. These efforts led him to roles and fellowships with organizations including Public Knowledge, the Federal Trade Commission’s Technology Enforcement Division, the International Trade Commission, the Department of Justice Antitrust Division, and Sequoia Capital. Sadev’s work on technology policy is informed by prior experiences in the private sector at Salesforce, Quid Inc., and Mobilize. Today, Sadev is researching cooperative models for digital platforms as another means of creating a fairer digital economy that serves the public interest.

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