Cosmina Dorobantu
Cosmina Dorobantu
Policy Fellow and Deputy Programme Director for Public Policy, The Alan Turing Institute
Verified email at turing.ac.uk
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Year
Re‐entering Europe: Does European Union candidacy boost foreign direct investment?
KA Clausing, CL Dorobantu
Economics of transition 13 (1), 77-103, 2005
1812005
Rethink government with AI
H Margetts, C Dorobantu
Nature 568 (7751), 163-165, 2019
462019
Does online trade live up to the promise of a borderless world? Evidence from the EU Digital Single Market
B Cowgill, CL Dorobantu, B Martens
Evidence from the EU Digital Single Market (November 18, 2013), 2013
102013
Gravity and borders in online commerce: results from google
B Cowgill, C Dorobantu
mimeo, 2012
102012
Worldwide gravity in online commerce
B Cowgill, CL Dorobantu
Working Paper, 2013
42013
Competition and Specificity in Market Design: Evidence from Geotargeted Advertising
B Cowgill, C Dorobantu
Columbia Business School Research Paper, 2020
22020
Optimal segmentation in platform strategy: Evidence from geotargeted advertising
B Cowgill, C Dorobantu
Columbia University Working Paper, 2019
22019
The US-Canada border effect in online commerce
B Cowgill, CL Dorobantu
Working Paper, 2014
22014
The US-Canada Border Effect: Evidence from Online Commerce
B Cowgill, C Dorobantu
Working paper, Columbia Business School, New York, 2018
12018
AI in financial services
F Ostmann, C Dorobantu
https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4916041, 2021
2021
Source code disclosure: A primer for trade negotiators
C Dorobantu, F Ostmann, C Hitrova
Addressing Impediments to Digital Trade, 105-140, 2021
2021
Market design, borders, and gravity in the virtual world
CL Dorobantu
University of Oxford, 2015
2015
Foreign direct investment in services: Does geography matter?
CL Dorobantu
University of Oxford, 2010
2010
The Effects of the European Union Enlargement Process on Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe
CL Dorobantu
Reed College, 2003
2003
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