Mayo presents “The Evolution of ‘Competition'” at the 86th Southern Economic Association Annual Conference

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Date: Monday, November 21, 2016 -1:00pm to 2:45pm

Location: Southern Economic Association Annual Conference, JW Marriott – Washington DC, Washington, DC

Center Executive Director John W. Mayo presented his joint research with Amanda B. Delp, “The Evolution of ‘Competition’: Lessons for 21st Century Telecommunications Policy” in an Applied IO session on November 21, 2016 during the 86th Annual Conference (new window) of the Southern Economic Association in Washington, DC.

Session Details:

Organizer & Session Chair: ROBERT M. FEINBERG, American University

Papers:

“Moving Music Licensing Into the Digital Era: More Competition and Less Regulation”
LAWRENCE J. WHITE, New York University 
THOMAS M. LENARD, Technology Policy Institute

“I Want to Be a Paperback Writer: Digitization, Disintermediation, and the Supply of New Products”
IMKE REIMERS, Northeastern University 
CHRISTIAN PEUKERT, UQAM

“The Evolution of ‘Competition’: Lessons for 21st Century Telecommunications Policy”
JOHN MAYO, Georgetown University
AMANDA DELP, Georgetown University

“Finding Mr. Schumpeter: Concrete Evidence on Competition and Technology Adoption”
JEFFREY MACHER, Georgetown University 
NATHAN MILLER, Georgetown University 
MATTHEW OSBORNE, University of Toronto

Discussants:

GARY M. FOURNIER, Florida State University
ROBERT M. FEINBERG, American University 
TIAGO PIRES, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
MYONGJIN KIM, University of Oklahoma