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Vastine quoted in BNA on Senator Klobuchar effort to lift Cuban embargo

On June 2 J. Robert Vastine was quoted in a Rosella Brevetti Bloomberg BNA article entitled “Sen. Klobuchar Says U.S. Cuban Embargo Should Be Lifted as Travel Restrictions End.” Bloomberg BNA is a subscription-only news service.

Corrado, Ukhaneva present research at OECD conference in Paris

On June 23 Olga Ukhaneva and Carol Corrado presented their research on “Telecommunications Services Prices: A Hedonic Analysis for OECD Countries” at the 53rd Session of the Working Party on Communication Infrastructures and Services Policy in the OECD headquarters in Paris.    

Mayo, Macher presenting railroad research at Western Economic Association International conference

Center Scholars John Mayo and Jeffrey Macher are presenting papers on the economics and regulation of railroads at the 90th Annual Conference of the Western Economic Association International on Tuesday June 30. Mayo will be presenting “Regulation in a ‘Deregulated’ Industry: Oversight of Railroads in the Post-Staggers Era.”  Slides Macher will be presenting “This Time […]

Everett EPV on the opportunity gap and the digital economy featured in Comm Daily

Communications Daily, a subscription-only news service, has taken note of Senior Industry and Innovation Fellow Ralph Everett‘s new Economic Policy Vignette, The Digital Economy and Closing the Opportunity Gap, released June 24.

Fatas discusses Greece on CNBC, writes new blog post

Antonio Fatas was featured on a June 24 CNBC piece “Lack of trust is the issue in Greek talks: INSEAD.” He also released a blog post on the same topic, Greece: negotiating without trust.

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