Jaclyn Selby was a Research Scholar at the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center's Japan Program through June 2020. She joined Stanford from a postdoctoral fellowship at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, where she was affiliated with the Center for Digital Strategies and the Strategy and Management Faculty Group. Selby's research is at the intersection of strategic management and technology policy for high tech and media industries. Her main areas of focus are the digital platform economy, innovation management, startups, and intellectual property. Her work has been published in Communications & Strategies, Foreign Policy Digest, and Intellibridge Asia.
Selby holds a PhD from the University of Southern California, an MA from Georgetown University, and a BA from Sarah Lawrence College. Prior to pursuing her doctorate, she was a Senior Researcher at Project Argus, a global leader in federally-funded disease and disaster intelligence, where she headed three operations research and tech strategy projects. Her background also includes experience in boutique consulting, as Research & Marketing Director for the Style and Image Network, and in geopolitical consulting (Intellibridge, Courage Services, CastleAsia).