Video of the January 8th event, “The Future of the Internet Ecosystem in a Post-Open Internet Order World” is now available on the TPI website.
Speakers at the event discussed new studies by academic experts on the future of competition and the internet ecosystem after the Open Internet Order. The studies will be published in special upcoming issue of the Review of Industrial Organization.
Robert E. Kahn gave the keynote luncheon address. Kahn warned against the technical fragmentation of the internet and opined in the future of internet infrastructure.
Presenters for the event were:
Timothy Brennan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Paper: The Post-Internet Order Ecosystem: Lessons from the Pre-Internet Order Experience
Keith Hylton, Boston University School of Law
Paper: Law, Social Welfare, and Net Neutrality
Michael Katz, University of California, Berkeley
Paper: Whither the Open Internet Order
John Mayo, Georgetown University
Paper: The Evolution of “Competition”: Lessons for 21st Century Telecommunications Policy
Roger Noll, Stanford University
Paper: Incentives to Invest in the Debate over Net Neutrality Rules
Christopher Yoo, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Paper: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Net Uniformity: Toward a Better Implementation of Nondiscrimination and Interconnection
Discussants for the conference were:
Michelle Connolly, Duke University
Shane Greenstein, Harvard Business School
David Sappington, University of Florida
Lawrence White, New York University
The videos from this and past events are also available on the TPI YouTube channel.
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