TAP Blog

TAP academics have explored and written on antitrust and competition issues at length. This post highlights just a few of the articles on antitrust topics that our academics have written.
On Thursday, a federal district court in New York will conduct the fairness hearing in the Google Book Search class-action case. All of the filings are in --hundreds of them-- and we are now fully ready to hear from Judge Denny Chin. What should we be looking for?
Secondary markets for buying and selling patents are an important yet understudied phenomenon. Do patent markets promote efficiency in the development of new technologies? Or, do they set the stage for patent hold-ups? To investigate these questions, the University of Michigan held a one-day research symposium with industry leaders and innovation scholars. Review the conference materials.
With last week’s congressional hearings on Comcast-NBC Universal merger, there is increased interest in net neutrality issues.
YouTube video of Professor Lawrence Lessig's presentation at the FCC Hearing on Internet Practices (April 2008).
This week, TAP features the work of Professor Glenn Ellison.
An IP Colloquium podcast on privacy, specifically collecting personal information from a user community.
In an interview with TNIT's Jacques Cremer, Professor Glenn Ellison discusses his recent works on a search cost model of obfuscation and position auctions.
How information technology changes privacy in many ways. By Joseph Lorenzo Hall,Postdoctoral Research Associate at Berkeley School of Information.
Professor Joshua Wright explores the limits of antitrust in the context of patent holdup.
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