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CBPP hosts policy forum on the implications of trade remedies and international trade
Larry Downes: "Net Neutrality Or Continued Innovation? Can't We Have Both?" (Forbes)
CBPP scholars issue Economic Policy Vignette: "An Economic Perspective of Title II Regulation of the Internet"
Dr. Daniel Sokol, University of Florida Research Foundation Professor, presents the AIRLINE COMPETITION CONFERENCE at the CBPP
CBPP hosts policy forum on title II, net neutrality, and the struggle for balance in broadband regulation

On July 12, 2017, the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy and...

Scott Wallsten
Downes and Wallsten participated in a policy discussion on the perennial debate about net neutrality.

Scott Wallsten (Senior Policy Scholar) and Larry Downes (Senior Industry and Innovation Fellow) joined a...

Anna-Maria Kovacs releases new policy paper: "The Effect of Title II Classification on Wireless Investment"
Mayo presented "Universal Service: Now It's Getting Personal" at the Center for Research in Regulated Industries 30th Annual Western Conference in Monterrey, California
Larry Downes
Downes testifies before Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation on broadband infrastructure investment
Larry Downes: "Broadband’s future is in the crosshairs of the FCC’s ‘political spectrum’" (Washington Post)
The Federal Communications Commission, once a sleepy regulatory backwater, has become a deeply political agency, governed less by the science of radio waves than by pressure from inside-the-Beltway...
Delp, Ukhaneva, Mayo quoted in Transport Topics' coverage of Freight Research Colloquium

Several speakers at Georgetown University McDonough School of Business' "The Economics and Regulation of the Freight Rail Industry" colloquium addressed various aspects of railroad and other...

Anna-Maria Kovacs: "Has Title II Regulation Stifled Wireless Investment? Here’s What the Number Say" (Wireless Week)
Anyone who doubts that the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) 2015 invocation of the Communications Act’s Title II utility-style regulation reduced broadband investment need only look at...
Larry Downes: "Ligado Is Ready To Launch A New Mobile Network. Will The FCC Let Them?" (Forbes)
When a new mobile service causes interference to another network, who is responsible for correcting the problem? That’s a question that will increasingly make or break emerging industries. With the...
Trains Magazine features the 2017 Rail Research Colloquium
Catherine Tinsley: "Kate Spade & Company Redefining the Global Value Chain" (Huffington Post)
Commencement season is upon us, and as people venture out to find “affordable luxury” graduation gifts, they may find themselves in a Kate Spade & Company boutique. There they will find not only...
Larry Downes: "The U.S. Supreme Court Is Reining in Patent Trolls, Which Is a Win for Innovation" (HBR)
In the last week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued two important rulings limiting patent rights. The decisions, which were both unanimous, significantly scaled back the ability of patent holders to slow...

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