Seminar Series: Dynamic Competition in the Digital Economy – Postponed
Professor Nicolas Petit’s book presentation “Big Tech & the Digital Economy: The Moligopoly Scenario” will be followed by a joint discussion with Geoffrey A. Manne, President and Founder of the International Center for Law and Economics (ICLE) and Ashley Baker, Director of Public Policy at the Committee for Justice.
Seminar Series: Innovators, Firms, and Markets
On April 20th, Professor Jonathan Barnett’s book presented his book, “Innovators, Firms, and Markets” which was followed by a joint discussion with Andrei Iancu, Former Undersecretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director, US Patent Trademark Office (USPTO), David Teece, Professor, Haas School of Business, University of Ca., Berkeley and Greg Raleigh, Venture Advisor, New Enterprise Associates.
IP, Antitrust and Standards: Have We Reached Global Convergence?
The virtual panel examined the evolution of the debate at the intersection of standards, IP, and antitrust and further discussed what we can learn from the past, the take-aways from recent global developments, and guidance for the future. Featured Speakers: Makan Delrahim, Maureen Ohlhausen, and Douglas Melamed.
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LeadershIP was launched in 2014 to unite leading experts on IP and innovation issues at the intersection of research, policy, and industry. We bring together panels of experts who analyze and convey these intricate IP and antitrust concepts that underline innovation and innovation policy.
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