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FTC's Joshua Wright Lectures at Clemson on April 2 -- Video archive available

FTC's Joshua Wright Lectures at Clemson on April 2 -- Video archive available

Federal Trade Commissioner Joshua D. Wright presented a Big Ideas About Information lecture on April 2, 2015 at Clemson University.   Sponsored by the Information Economy Project and the John E. Walker Department of Economics, Commissioner Wright spoke on Regulation in High-Tech Markets: Public Choice, Regulatory Capture, and the FTC.   A proli[...]
Multimedia from Adam Clayton Powell III's Tullock Lecture

Multimedia from Adam Clayton Powell III's Tullock Lecture

Adam Clayton Powell III presented the Tullock Lecture on March 7, 2012 on the topic of Free Speech and Free Society: How Far Will Technology Take Us? In Arlington, Virginia, George Mason University School of Law, Room 215. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150851688399554.514971.196896834553&type=1 Video from Lecture: Aud[...]
Video Coverage of The Digital Inventor: How Entrepreneurs Compete on Platforms

Video Coverage of The Digital Inventor: How Entrepreneurs Compete on Platforms

8:45 AM  Welcoming Remarks Daniel Polsby, Dean, George Mason University School of Law Thomas Hazlett, Prof. of Law & Economics, George Mason University 9:00 AM  Breakfast Keynote Design, Institutions, and the Evolution of Platforms Richard Langlois, University of Connecticut 9:30 AM  Platforms, Modularity, and Complementary Goods [...]
Multimedia from Tim Groseclose's Tullock Lecture

Multimedia from Tim Groseclose's Tullock Lecture

Tim Groseclose: Media Bias, Its Effects, and Its Implications for the Fairness Doctrine Audio Recording [1:35.39]: Presentation Slides [101 Pages]: TimGroseclose.Left_.Turn_.Center.George.Mason_.pdf[...]
Multimedia from Gerald Faulhaber and David Farber's Tullock Lecture

Multimedia from Gerald Faulhaber and David Farber's Tullock Lecture

Gerald Faulhaber and David Farber: The Wireless Tsunami: Back to the Future Audio Clip [10 minutes] - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1Py2r1kfOU Photos: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150509801059554.465241.196896834553&type=3[...]
C-SPAN Book TV: George Mason University Interviews, Thomas Hazlett, "The Fallacy of Net Neutrality" [Amazon]

C-SPAN Book TV: George Mason University Interviews, Thomas Hazlett, "The Fallacy of Net Neutrality" [Amazon]

“There is little dispute that the Internet should continue as an open platform,” notes the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. Yet, in a curious twist of logic, the agency has moved to discontinue the legal regime successfully yielding that magnificent platform. In late 2010, it imposed “network neutrality” regulations on broadband access provi[...]
Multimedia from Copyright Compromises: Creators’ Rights, ISP Efficiency & Consumer Welfare

Multimedia from Copyright Compromises: Creators’ Rights, ISP Efficiency & Consumer Welfare

Mini-Conference Announcement: Copyright Compromises: Creators’ Rights, ISP Efficiency & Consumer Welfare Audio available here http://youtu.be/5mftvuw-Z-s. Photos: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150490752059554.461320.196896834553&type=3[...]
Waves of Innovation: Spectrum Allocation in the Age of the Mobile Internet, The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF)

Waves of Innovation: Spectrum Allocation in the Age of the Mobile Internet, The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF)

The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation hosted an event on spectrum allocation called Waves of Innovation: Spectrum Allocation in the Age of the Mobile Internet on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM. Rayburn House Office Building 45 Independence Ave SW (Room 2168) Washington, DC 20515 Participant list ava[...]
Multimedia from Shane Greenstein's Tullock Lecture

Multimedia from Shane Greenstein's Tullock Lecture

Shane Greenstein: The Mythology of Networks (and Other Lessons from the Commercial Internet) Listen to the Lecture [50:06:87] Download Presentation Slides [74 pages] ShaneGreenstein.MythologyofNetworks.Slides.pdf Photos: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150259216469554.383206.196896834553&type=3 References [...]
Drew Clark discusses The Overly Active Corpse of Red Lion

Drew Clark discusses The Overly Active Corpse of Red Lion

Podcast with Drew Clark by the Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property on March 4, 2011.  Drew Clark discusses The Overly Active Corpse of Red Lion published in NJTIP 9.3 and national broadband plan. Hosted by Executive Editor Christopher Nofal.  Cite Podcast as, Drew Clark, Podcast with Drew Clark, 9 Nw. J. Tech. & Intell.[...]
Multimedia from Stan Liebowitz's Tullock Lecture

Multimedia from Stan Liebowitz's Tullock Lecture

Stan Liebowitz: Sometimes it is a Wolf: Piracy, Fairy Tale Business Models & Intellectual Property on the Internet Photos from Event on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150194564464554.369686.196896834553&type=3 Powerpoint Slides[...]
Harvard Law School Discussion of Net Neutrality featuring Tim Wu & Thomas Hazlett

Harvard Law School Discussion of Net Neutrality featuring Tim Wu & Thomas Hazlett

Harvard Law School Discussion of Net Neutrality featuring Tim Wu & Thomas Hazlett A lively discussion on January 13, 2011 in Cambridge, Massachusetts on "Net Neutrality, The Future of the Internet," sponsored by the Harvard Federalist Society and the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. News from Event: http://www.law.harvard.edu/n[...]
The Rise of Wireless as a Change Agent in the Economic Ecosystem: Learnings, Yearnings & Potential Earnings, Georgetown CBPP

The Rise of Wireless as a Change Agent in the Economic Ecosystem: Learnings, Yearnings & Potential Earnings, Georgetown CBPP

On Monday, December 6, 2010, the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy hosted “The Rise of Wireless as a Change Agent in the Economic Ecosystem: Learnings, Yearnings & Potential Earnings.” National Press Club, Holeman Lounge Washington, D.C. 8:30 AM - Noon Event Page Panel I - Economic, Policy and Business Issues in the Wir[...]
The Unfinished Radio Revolution: New Approaches to Handling Wireless Interference, Silicon Flatirons, The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)

The Unfinished Radio Revolution: New Approaches to Handling Wireless Interference, Silicon Flatirons, The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)

Silicon Flatirons and the ITIF hosted an event on The Unfinished Radio Revolution: New Approaches to Handling Wireless Interference on November 12, 2010 in Washington, D.C.  This event was co-sponsored by Silicon-Flatirons, IEEE-USA, CTIA, New America Foundation, and FCBA. Event Page: http://www.silicon-flatirons.org/events.php?id=862 Vide[...]
Multimedia from Vivek Wadhwa's Tullock Lecture

Multimedia from Vivek Wadhwa's Tullock Lecture

Vivek Wadhwa: What is a Tech Entrepreneur… And How Can We Make More of Them? Audio from the Lecture: Photos from the Tullock Lecture: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150113737164554.323521.196896834553&type=3[...]
EconTalk with Russ Roberts, Podcast: Hazlett on Apple vs. Google

EconTalk with Russ Roberts, Podcast: Hazlett on Apple vs. Google

Russ Roberts hosts EconTalk with an interview of Thomas Hazlett on the growing rivalry between Apple and Google on October 25, 2010 for the Library of Economics and Liberty. "Hazlett, drawing on his recent article in the Financial Times, argues that these arguments fail to recognize the different competitive advantages of Apple and Google and th[...]
CBS 60 Minutes Special: The Cell Phone: Marty Cooper's Big Idea

CBS 60 Minutes Special: The Cell Phone: Marty Cooper's Big Idea

The Cell Phone: Marty Cooper's Big Idea May 23, 2010 4:59 PM Hear the story of the invention of the cell phone from the man whose team came up with it at Motorola. The inventor, Martin Cooper, is still at it, improving the gadget he came up with 37 years ago. Morley Safer reports. The Cell Phone: Marty Cooper's Big Idea [...]
Multimedia from Robert Corn-Revere's Tullock Lecture

Multimedia from Robert Corn-Revere's Tullock Lecture

Robert Corn-Revere: The First Amendment and the End of History: Does Media Convergence Mean the End of Regulation or is it Just the Beginning? Audio Coverage of the Lecture: Photos of the Tullock Lecture: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150113752904554.323529.196896834553&type=3  [...]
Surprisingly Free Conversations, Podcast of Thomas W. Hazlett, Interview by Jerry Brito

Surprisingly Free Conversations, Podcast of Thomas W. Hazlett, Interview by Jerry Brito

Thomas Hazlett discusses telecommunications policy and economics on March 15, 2010. The discussion also turns to the history of spectrum regulation, ongoing inefficiencies in the current system, and suggestions for possible improvements. Hosted by Jerry Brito, senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and director of [...]
Multimedia from Glen Robinson's Tullock Lecture

Multimedia from Glen Robinson's Tullock Lecture

Glen Robinson: Regulating Communications: Stories from the First Hundred Years Audio Recording of the Lecture: Professor Glen Robinson’s Big Ideas Lecture with Q&A [MP3 1 hour, 39 seconds; 45.6 Mbs] Photos from Lecture: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.363860409553.202437.196896834553&type=3[...]
More Video from Coase Conference

More Video from Coase Conference

"Markets, Firms and Property Rights: A Celebration of the Research of Ronald Coase" (Panel 1) "Markets, Firms and Property Rights: A Celebration of the Research of Ronald Coase" (Panel 2) "Markets, Firms and Property Rights: A Celebration of the Research of Ronald Coase" (Panel 3) "Markets, Firms and Property Rights: A Cele[...]
Video Coverage of Markets, Firms and Property Rights: A Celebration of the Research of Ronald Coase

Video Coverage of Markets, Firms and Property Rights: A Celebration of the Research of Ronald Coase

Video Coverage of Markets, Firms and Property Rights: A Celebration of the Research of Ronald Coase: http://mindonline.uchicago.edu/media/law/coase_120409_panel1_512K.mov Friday Panel 1: Moderator: Lee Benham, Washington University, St. Louis; The Effect of Allowance Allocation on Cap-and-Trade System Performance, Robert Hahn, Smith School,[...]
Multimedia from Tragedies of the Gridlock Economy: How Mis-Configuring Property Rights Stymies Social Efficiency

Multimedia from Tragedies of the Gridlock Economy: How Mis-Configuring Property Rights Stymies Social Efficiency

  Video Courtesy of SurprisinglyFree.Com (Jerry Brito, Mercatus Center) Video: The Debate Over the "Gridlock Economy," Michael Heller and Richard Epstein[...]
Multimedia from David Clark's Tullock Lecture

Multimedia from David Clark's Tullock Lecture

David Clark: The Internet Today and Tomorrow: Social Implications of Evolving Technology Audio recording of lecture [MP3] http://iep.gmu.edu/iepfiles/documents/clark_presentation.mp3 clark_presentation.mp3[...]
EconTalk with Russ Roberts, Podcast: Hazlett on Telecommunications

EconTalk with Russ Roberts, Podcast: Hazlett on Telecommunications

Russ Roberts hosts EconTalk with an interview of Thomas Hazlett on November 24, 2008 for the Library of Economics and Liberty.  "Hazlett argues for an emergent, Hayekian approach to policy toward the internet rather than trying to design it from the top down and for an increased use of exchangeable property rights in allocating spectrum." Download [...]
William Webb: Spectrum Reform: A U.K. Regulator's Perspective

William Webb: Spectrum Reform: A U.K. Regulator's Perspective

A Lecture by William Webb, Head of Research and Development and Senior Technologist, OFCOM, the telecommunications regulator in the United Kingdom Wednesday, November 12, 2008, 4 p.m. Room 121 William Webb, Head of Research and Development and Senior Technologist, OFCOM, the telecommunications regulator in the United Kingdom, delivered an ins[...]
Multimedia from The Gore Commission, 10 Years Later: The Public Interest Obligations of Digital TV Broadcasters in Perfect Hindsight

Multimedia from The Gore Commission, 10 Years Later: The Public Interest Obligations of Digital TV Broadcasters in Perfect Hindsight

Audio recordings in MP3 from the Mini-Conference When: Friday, October 3, 2008, 8:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. Where: National Press Club, 529 14th St. NW, 13th Floor, Washington, DC: Gigi Sohn [MP3, 45:23], President, Public Knowledge Norman Ornstein [MP3, 35:37], Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute Henry Geller [MP3, 47:11], Retired Ge[...]
Photos from Consensus FCC Reforms and the Communications Agenda for the Next Administration
Multimedia from Andrew Odlyzko's Tullock Lecture

Multimedia from Andrew Odlyzko's Tullock Lecture

Andrew Odlyzko: Technology Manias: Comparing the 1999 Internet Bubble with the 1840s Railroad Mania Audio of Professor Odlyzko’s Presentation (MP3) AndrewOdlyzko.mp3 [1:48:17 49.6 MB] http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-14750/TS-98431.mp3 [...]
Dennis Patrick: Abolishing the Fairness Doctrine, A Policy Maker's Perspective

Dennis Patrick: Abolishing the Fairness Doctrine, A Policy Maker's Perspective

A Lecture by Dennis Patrick, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission, 1987-89 Wed., July 18, 2007 @ 9:15– 10:30am First Amendment Room, National Press Club, 529 14th Street NW * Washington, DC Introduction by Dean Dan Polsby, George Mason University School of Law On August 4, 1987, F.C.C. Chairman Dennis Patrick led the Commission to abolis[...]
Martin Cooper: Personal Communications and Spectrum Policy for the 21st Century

Martin Cooper: Personal Communications and Spectrum Policy for the 21st Century

A Lecture by Martin Cooper, CEO, Arraycomm & “Father of the Cellphone” Big Ideas About Information Lecture Series Wednesday, February 21, 2007 * 4:00-5:30 pm The Big Ideas About Information lecture series, featuring world-class thinkers addressing key questions about markets, public policy, and information technology, continued with an[...]
Multimedia from Innovation, Technology, and Spectrum Policy

Multimedia from Innovation, Technology, and Spectrum Policy

The following video recordings present the Innovation, Technology, and Spectrum Policy, Mini-Conference, Nov. 14, 2006: Municipal WiFi: The Reality   http://iep.gmu.edu/media/Panel1Master256.wmv Keynote Address  http://iep.gmu.edu/media/KeynoteMaster256K.wmv TV Band “White Space”: Two Views http://iep.gmu.edu/media/Panel2Master256.wmv[...]
Brian Lamb: C-SPAN Present at the Revolution

Brian Lamb: C-SPAN Present at the Revolution

A Big Ideas About Information Lecture by Brian Lamb, Founder and CEO, C-SPAN Wed., Oct. 4, 2006, 4:00-5:30 pm (reception following) George Mason University School of Law, Room 120 This lecture series, featuring world-class thinkers addressing key questions about markets, public policy, and information technology, continues with an address by an [...]