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Disruptive Industries: Public Policy Implications

Monday, April 16, 2018 -
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Haas Center for Public Service, Donald Kennedy Conference Room

Join us for an evening conversation on how disruptive technologies are shaping government and public policy. This panel brings together representatives from Silicon Valley, government, and academia to discuss the policy and societal implications stemming from autonomous vehicles, ride and homesharing services and more. Listen to a lively conversation as our panelists discuss how keeping pace with emerging technologies is challenging traditional forms of governance and regulation.

Featuring:




Dan Rich City Manager of Mountain View




Matt Middlebrook Public Policy at Airbnb



Kevin Hsu '10 and MS '11
 Lecturer in Urban Studies and Co-Founder of the Human Cities Initiative



Jeanette Shaw Director of Government Relations at Forth



Moderated by Michael KahanCo-Director of the Program on Urban Studies and Senior Lecturer in Sociology

 Dinner will be provided to those who RSVP on Handshake

Event Sponsor: 
Bill Lane Center for the American West, Stanford In Government, Urban Studies Program, Haas Center for Public Service
Contact Email: 
lsgarvin@stanford.edu