Researcher, Concordia University and University of Hamburg, Division on Gambling
Dr. Ingo Fiedler is an economist and his main expertise lies in the area of the regulation of gambling with a special focus on online gambling. Other topics include money laundering, e-payment, and social costs of addictive goods.
In his academic career, Dr. Fiedler obtained diplomas, both in business administration and economics from the University of Hamburg. His Ph.D. thesis “Empirical Analyses on Online Poker” was awarded a prize for the best dissertation at the faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Hamburg. Dr. Fiedler was a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law, and the Research Chair on Gambling Studies at Concordia University, Montréal. His expertise was sought by the European Parliament, the Financial Committee of the German Bundestag, Germany’s Ministry of Finance, Québec’s Ministry of Finance, and other institutions.