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Catherine Tinsley: "Stop Perpetuating Gender Types with Children's Christmas Toys" (Huffington Post)
Senior Policy Scholar Catherine Tinsley published a Huffington Post blog, "Stop Perpetuating Gender Types with Children's Christmas Toys."
Center issues new policy paper: The Losing Case for Special Access Regulation

The Losing Case for Special Access Regulation

Senior Industry and Innovation Fellow Larry Downes contrasts the lethargic pace of the evolution of regulatory oversight of...

Jeffrey Macher discusses the future of hospitality with Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson
Jeff Macher moderates conversation with Marriott International President and CEO Arne Sorenson
Jeff Macher, academic director of the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy, moderated a conversation with Marriott International President and CEO Arne Sorenson on a variety of...
What Companies Must Do Now That Better Is Also Cheaper
Larry Downes in the European Business Review: "Industry-disrupting products used to enter the market as inferior but more affordable versions of existing offerings, giving incumbents time to...
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Downes in the Washington Post: Some common sense on data encryption
Downes argues “we need the pragmatic reforms called for by the Digital Due Process group to correct problems in the Patriot Act and other overreactions to recent events. But we also need reasonable...
Downes in The Hill: FCC comes in from the cold
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Center leaders John Mayo and Marcia Mintz partner with MBA program at McDonough School of Business to launch certificate in nonmarket strategy
Kovacs releases policy paper “Rebooting Lifeline for Broadband”

November 10, 2015 –  The Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy is pleased to announce a...

Downes in Forbes: On Enterprise Broadband, The FCC Can't Leave Well Enough Alone
CBPP Senior Industry and Innovation Fellow Larry Downes' latest, "On Enterprise Broadband, The FCC Can't Leave Well Enough Alone," was featured in Forbes this morning. Downes...
Downes: "How to Understand the EU-U.S. Digital Divide" (HBR)
Larry Downes latest, "How to Understand the EU-U.S. Digital Divide," was published in the Harvard Business Review on Oct. 19. The piece examines the current regulatory framework for...
5G event garners press; BNA cites Vastine on TTP

The Center's event, "The Innovation and Engineering Dynamics of the Digital Economy: Economic Transformation and Expansion Enabled by 5G...

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Digital Economy workshop discussing 5G off to a great start; follow on Twitter #GTownPolicy

October 14, 2015 - Today the Center is hosting "The Innovation and Engineering Dynamics of the Digital Economy: Economic Transformation and Expansion Enabled by 5G, A Technology and Policy...

Policy Event Summary, Video: The Innovation & Engineering Dynamics of the Digital Economy: Economic Transformation & Expansion Enabled by 5G
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership Deal: A Conversation with Marc Busch

On Tuesday, October 13, the Georgetown Center will co-sponsor the Mortara Center for International...

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Downes: The top 7 innovations at risk from overzealous regulation
Downes: "Ranked from lowest to highest, here are the seven disruptive innovations most threatened by premature and overzealous exposure to old and often-broken legal rules."
Mayo, Downes: "Obama administration embraces cost-benefit analysis: Why can’t the FCC?" (The Hill)
John Mayo and Larry Downes were featured in The Hill discussing the FCC’s recent open Internet order. In “Obama administration embraces cost-benefit analysis: Why can’t the FCC?” Mayo and Downes...

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