Anya Schiffrin

Senior Lecturer in Discipline of International and Public Affairs

Haaris Mateen

Assistant Professor of Finance, C.T. Bauer College of Business University Of Houston

The 3rd session of the CEPR Media Plurality Webinar Series took place on Tuesday, 13 February 2024, at 5 PM (CET), 4 PM (GMT), and 11 AM (EST), with Anya Schiffrin (Columbia University and Media Plurality RPN Member) and Haaris Mateen (University of Houston), coauthors of the working paper Paying for News:  What Google and Meta Owe US Publishers (with Patrick Holder and Haris Tabakovic). The event was moderated by Julia Cagé (Sciences Po, CEPR & Media Plurality RPN Leader). Please find here the related VoxEU Blog Post. 

The Series is organised by the CEPR Research and Policy Network (RPN) on Media Plurality. 

This Webinar Series explores along several episodes the critical issues surrounding media bias, regulation, concentration, and their impact on democratic values. We explore fresh perspectives from policy experts, innovative research, and global experiences that decrypt the complexities surrounding media regulation in the 21st century.