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Join the teleconference tomorrow: Can the U.S. Afford Title II? Debating Costs versus Benefits

On 9/18 the Center will host a teleconference, “Can the U.S. Afford Title II? Debating Costs versus Benefits.” Please join us from 9:00 – 10:00 AM, dial in number:...

Downes in Forbes: “Judgment Day for the FCC’s Latest Net Neutrality Folly”

September 9, 2015 – Larry Downes’ latest Forbes piece examines the legal actions now being taken against the so-called net neutrality rules put forth by the FCC last spring.  Downes focuses...

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Center scholars offer suggestions to reform the Lifeline Program
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Downes in WaPo: “Five legal threats for fintech’s hottest start-ups”

August 27 – In his latest Washington Post Innovations piece, Larry Downes examines “a new generation of financial technology or ‘fintech’ companies [who are] once again breaking down the oversized...

Center hosting “The Innovation and Engineering Dynamics of the Digital Economy: Economic Transformation and Expansion Enabled by 5G” October 14

Please join the Wireless Technology Association and the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy for “The Innovation and Engineering Dynamics of the Digital...

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Downes on Tech Crunch: “Silicon Valley Is A Political Issue In The 2016 Election”

August 20 – Larry Downes was interviewed by Andrew Keen of Tech Crunch about the 2016 presidential election. In “...

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Downes’ Big Bang Disruption named must-read

On August 13, Larry Downes’ Big Bang Disruption was named one of...

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Center scholars quoted in WSJ opinion on Internet regulation

August 17- In a Wall Street Journal opinion piece on 8/16 “Obamanet Heads to Court...

Center scholars lead assessment of economic merits of the Open Internet Order in new Economic Policy Vignette

A group of prominent economists including several Center scholars have released an Economic Policy Vignette assessing the economic merits the Open Internet Order. They argue the Order “represents...

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Tinsley among representatives at White House convening on women in business

On Wednesday, August 5, Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute Executive Director and Center for Business and Public Policy Senior Scholar Catherine Tinsley, along with the ...

Robert Litan named Visiting Senior Policy Scholar

Economist and attorney Robert Litan brings nearly four decades of relevant experience and publication in the worlds of law, economic...

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Downes in WaPo: Why Silicon Valley Giants are Supporting Samsung in its Patent Fight with Apple
July 22 – The Washington Post Innovations section has released Larry Downes’ latest piece, “Why Silicon Valley Giants are supporting Samsung in its patent fight with Apple.” Focusing on the latest...
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Downes in WaPo: China’s Stock Market is Falling, but its Innovators are Still Rising Fast
July 15 – The Washington Post Innovations section has released Larry Downes’ latest piece, "China’s Stock Market is Falling but its Innovators are Still Rising." Reflecting on his recent...
Policy scholar Shapiro’s new paper on regulation and investment

The Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy is pleased to announce a new policy paper by Senior Policy Scholar Robert Shapiro and co-author Kevin A. Hassett,...

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Ukhaneva’s research cited in Wall Street Journal article on FCC’s Lifeline Program

On July 10th, Post Doctoral Fellow Olga Ukhaneva‘s research was cited in a Wall Street Journal Review and Opinion piece entitled...

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Downes for CNET: What would ‘real’ patent reform look like?
July 6 – CNET has released Larry Downes’ “What would ‘real’ patent reform look like?” The piece examines both legal and congressional attempts at patent reform in recent years, focusing ultimately on...

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