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Yes, it’s true. Sometimes your Internet connection is slower than other times; and it unfortunately occurs when you’re online gaming with friends or settle down to stream a few episodes of “Black Mirror.” Harvard professor Shane Greenstein describes the economic factors underlying this network congestion.
In November 2016, Stanford Graduate School of Business economics professor Susan Athey was awarded the Jean-Jacques Laffont Prize, an annual award recognizing an internationally renowned economist. Dr. Athey's current research focuses on the design of auction-based marketplaces and the economics of the Internet.
In a recent opinion piece for Wired, Professor Nicholas Economides explains why cable and telecom companies want to repeal the net neutrality rules that the FCC established in 2015. He also warns that President-elect Trump’s FCC appointments could aide in those unraveling efforts.
Last year, the White House convened several workshops around the country to discuss the impact of AI. Whether discussing machine logic or virtual assistants, the scholars explore this subject on the Innovation and Economic Growth Issues page.
State of the Net 2017: Internet Governance and Digital Trade
January 23, 2017, Washington, DC
Data Privacy Day
January 28, 2017, Everywhere
February 05, 2017, Miami, FL
Innovation Law & Policy Workshop: Christopher Beauchamp
February 09, 2017, Toronto, ON
Digital Broadband Migration Conference: Evaluating the First Principles of Information Policy
February 12, 2017, Boulder, CO
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