Lectures

Recent Lectures

Tullock Lecture on October 30th
Prof. Milton Mueller of Georgia Tech delivered a Tullock Lecture on April 24, 2017, discussing his new book, WILL THE INTERNET FRAGMENT?
THE TULLOCK LECTURE on FEB. 27, 2017
Regulatory expert Robert Crandall spoke at Clemson Oct. 31
Noted author, attorney Peter Huber spoke at Clemson April 12
A Century of Spectrum Overregulation and the Quest to Liberate Wireless Technologies
Nationally recognized health-care economist, Jonathan Skinner spoke at Clemson University on  Nov. 4
Renowned economist, Nobel winner Vernon Smith spoke at Clemson October 5
FTC's Joshua Wright Lectures at Clemson on April 2 -- Video archive available
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Jeff D. Sandefer:  A Modest Proposal for Education in America
Bronwyn Howell: Regulating Broadband Networks: The Global Data for Evidence-Based Public Policy
Thomas Krattenmaker: FCC v. Fox: Broadcast Indecency Law as the New Paradigm for Regulatory Failure
Bronwyn Howell, Tom Krattenmaker, Jeff Sandefer: Tullock Lecturers Announced
Adam Clayton Powell III: Free Speech and Free Society: How Far Will Technology Take Us?
Tim Groseclose: Media Bias, Its Effects, and Its Implications for the Fairness Doctrine
Media Bias, Its Effects, and Its Implications for the Fairness Doctrine
Gerald Faulhaber and David Farber: The Wireless Tsunami: Back to the Future
The Wireless Tsunami

The Wireless Tsunami

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Enforcement and Normative Resistance
Shane Greenstein: The Mythology of Networks (and Other Lessons from the Commercial Internet)
The Mythology of Networks (and Other Lessons from the Commercial Internet)
Stan Liebowitz: Sometimes it is a Wolf: Piracy, Fairy Tale Business Models & Intellectual Property on the Internet
Sometimes it is a Wolf: Piracy, Fairy Tale Business Models & Intellectual Property on the Internet
Vivek Wadhwa: What is a Tech Entrepreneur... And How Can We Make More of Them?