Mohammed Alyakoob

Assistant Professor of Data Sciences and Operations
Room / Office
303F
Mohammed Alyakoob is an Assistant Professor of Data Sciences and Operations in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. His research examines the economic and societal impact of digital marketplaces, with a focus on examining and measuring the role of traditional barriers, related to market structure, race, and expertise, among others, on limiting the equality of benefits derived from these platforms. His research has been covered by various media outlets including the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and LA Times. At the Marshall School of Business, he teaches graduate courses in the MBA and MSBA programs.
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Mohammed Alyakoob, Mohammad Rahman, Zaiyan Wei () "Where You Live Matters: Local Bank Competition, Online Marketplace Lending, and Disparity in Borrower Benefits ,"  Information Systems Research  32.
Mohammed Alyakoob, Mohammad Rahman () "Shared Prosperity (or Lack Thereof) in the Sharing Economy ,"  Information Systems Research.