Research Roundup #1

Research Roundup #1

Today we kick off the Research Roundup, a new feature on the TPI blog. This semi-regular series highlights recently published articles and working papers related to our research interests by authors outside of the Technology Policy Institute.

TPI scholars do not necessarily agree with all the articles featured here—in fact, some of us may disagree completely with authors’ arguments or conclusions. Nevertheless, we believe that promoting literature on different sides of these debates encourages well-rounded and informed discussion.

These papers are typically culled from new postings on SSRN, but we will include new papers from multiple sources. If you are the author of a newly authored research paper relating to technology policy and wish to be included in a future entry, please send it our way.

The articles are organized loosely by category and are listed only once though they may relate to multiple topics. Enjoy!

Net Neutrality

Wireless and Spectrum

Economics of the Internet


Privacy and Security

“Contextual Gaps: Privacy Issues on Facebook”
Gordon Hull, Heather Richter Lipford, Celine Latulipe

Competition and Antitrust

“Semi-Collusion on Investments in the Mobile Internet Market”
Torben Stühmeier

Internet Governance

“New Governance for the Internet: Findings, Taxonomy and Model”
Pierre De Vries


“Explaining Telecoms and Electricity Internationalization in the European Union: A Political Economy Perspective”
Judith Clifton, Daniel Díaz-Fuentes, Julio Revuelta

Intellectual Property

“Open Source Model in Bioinformatics: Intellectual Property Challenges and Implications”
Dr. Tabrez Ahmad

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