Gerald Faulhaber and David Farber: The Wireless Tsunami: Back to the Future

Tullock Lecture by Gerald R. Faulhaber and David J. Farber
Monday, October 24, 2011

The Information Economy Project at George Mason University
proudly presents The Tullock Lecture on Big Ideas About Information
4:00 – 5:30 pm @ Room 121
GMU School of Law, 3301 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, Va.
(Orange Line: Virginia Square-GMU Metro)
Reception to Follow in the Levy Atrium, 5:30-6:30 pm

Gerald R. Faulhaber
Professor Emeritus Wharton School & Law School, University of Pennsylvania
Former Chief Economist, F.C.C.

David J. Farber
Distinguished Career Professor of Computer Science & Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
Former Chief Technologist, F.C.C.

Wireless is a wave of unprecedented proportions, much bigger and more ubiquitous that either wired voice or the PC-based Internet.  Gerald Faulhaber and David Farber, internationally acclaimed experts in network economics and communications technologies, imagine what this might mean to U.S. and global markets, including those in developing countries.

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Admission is free, but seating is limited.


Presentation Slides – FaulhaberFarber.TullockLectureGMUv4.pdf

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