Professor Greg Taylor
Associate Professor, Senior Research Fellow
Greg Taylor's research focuses on the economics of competition policy and regulation for digital and technology markets.
We are extremely pleased to announce that three members of the OII teaching faculty are to receive awards from the University of Oxford, in recognition of their excellent contributions to the department’s teaching over the past year. They will receive the awards at a presentation ceremony hosted by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Andrew Hamilton, on 10 November 2011. Only four Individual Teaching Awards have been made in the Social Science Division, of which the OII have received half (Greg Taylor and Bernie Hogan).
The following OII faculty will receive awards:
OII Director Professor Helen Margetts said: “Many OII faculty are highly innovative in the development and delivery of field-leading courses and it is marvellous to see their contributions receive such commendation from the University”.
The Oxford Internet Institute is a world-leading centre for research and study of the Internet and its social implications, and the only major department in a top-ranking international university to offer multi-disciplinary social science degree programmes focusing on the Internet.
Our extremely competitive one-year MSc in Social Science of the Internet is a full-time intensively taught Masters course, with a core syllabus designed to ensure that all students attain an in-depth understanding of the social science concepts, theories and methods required to undertake and assess rigorous empirical research or policy analysis of Internet-related issues.
Our DPhil in Information, Communication and the Social Sciences trains excellent researchers to be future leaders in Internet scholarship, combining high-quality supervision from field-leading academics with tailored training in research methods and graduate skills, specifically designed to facilitate innovative and rigorous study in this fast-moving field.