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Arrah-Marie JO


I have joined the Logic of Uses, Social Sciences and Information (LUSSI) department at IMT Atlantique as an assistant professor starting from September 2020.

I was a post-doctoral fellow at the Governance and Regulation Chair of Paris Dauphine University from 2019 to 2020. I obtained my PhD in Economics at Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Télécom Paris, in November 2019.

My research interests cover the economics of information security, digital economy and information system management. In my thesis, I focus on the interaction between different actors (software vendors, users, security firms, white-hat hackers, etc.) and the provision of software security. I am also interested in emerging markets related to information security (e.g. bug bounty platforms, blockchain applications).

In my work, I mostly do empirical analysis using quantitative tools.

Before starting my PhD under the supervision of Marc Bourreau (Telecom ParisTech, Institut Polytechnique de Paris), I have worked 4 years as a consultant in information system management for financial services.

I am part of the program committee for the 19th annual Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS), which is held in Brussels this year. I am also a member of the French Association for Research in Digital Economics (AFREN).


Conference papers1 document

  • Arrah-Marie Jo. Software vulnerability disclosure and security investment. Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS 2019), Boston College; Harvard University, Jun 2019, Boston, MA, United States. ⟨hal-03033198⟩

Directions of work or proceedings2 documents

  • Arrah-Marie Jo. Software vulnerability disclosure and security investment. Boston, United States. 2019, Proceedings of the 18th Annual Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS 2019). ⟨hal-03098944⟩
  • Arrah-Marie Jo. The effect of competition intensity on software security - An empirical analysis of security patch release on the web browser market. the 16th Annual Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS 2017), San Diego, United States. 2017. ⟨hal-03098980⟩

Theses1 document