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Jensen comments on "What went wrong with globalization?" in Marketplace feature

In a feature article about globalization, Professor Jensen was interviewed and shared comments, "We know who is going to lose their jobs from this [globalization]...And so we need to create...

Larry Downes: "One recipe at a time, YouTube’s ‘Binging With Babish’ is disrupting the content industry" (Washington Post)

What does a 15-layer taco mean for the future of video competition? Like the list of its ingredients, the answer is: pretty much everything. Last week, up-and-coming YouTube star Andrew Rea, who...

Downes comments on digital divide in FiveThirtyEight feature

FiveThirtyEight featured Larry Downes' comments on rural broadband coverage in the United States: "By virtue of excluding some, the internet’s value as a network of connection was...

CBPP hosts policy forum on the implications of trade remedies and international trade

Do trade remedies function to raise tariffs and create barriers, in part to reduce deficits and in part to gain leverage (which we otherwise have lost in World Trade Organization negotiations and...

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
Larry Downes featured in Multichannel News for July comments on net neutrality submitted to the FCC
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 Rail 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...