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Regulatory Hacking: A Playbook for Startups by Evan Burfield and J.D. Harrison

By: Burfield, Evan.
Contributor(s): Harrison, J.D.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Portfolio Penguin 2018Description: 310p.ISBN: 9780525533207.Subject(s): New Business Enterprises | EntrepreneurshipDDC classification: 658.12
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Introduction: The Regulatory Era
Part I: Hacking In the Public Interest
1. Regulatory Hacking
2. Power
3. Business Models
4. Growth
5. Arbitrage
Part II: The Foundations of Regulatory Hacking
6. Narrative
7. Data
8. Influence
Part III: Business Models
9. Selling to Government
10. Selling to Citizens And Private Institutions
11. Selling With Social Impact
Part IV: The Regulatory Hacker's Toolkit
12. The Media
13. Grassroots
14. The Grasstops
15. Lobbying

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