20 June | 2 PM

The Anti-Economics Trend in Technology Regulation: Lessons for Economists and Legal Scholars

Delta Hotel Montréal, Canada

During a half-day seminar, scholars and policy experts will discuss how the backlash against the use of economics in policymaking is increasing. A keynote address and two mixed panels of academics and policy analysts will discuss how this anti-economics trend affects the commercialization of technology and what, if anything, academics and other scholars can do about it. This event is co-sponsored with the Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) and immediately precedes the Society for Institutional and Organizational Economics (SIOE) Annual Conference Meeting in Montréal, Canada.

Sponsored by:

 

Speakers

University of Maryland – Baltimore County

 

Charles Koch Institute

 

Duke University

 

George Washington University

 

Clemson University
ICLE Academic Affiliate

 

Institute for Humane Studies

 

University of Nebraska College of Law
ICLE Director of Law & Economics Programs

 

University of Missouri Law School
ICLE Academic Affiliate

 

International Center for Law & Economics

 

Ohio State University

 

This event is made possible through the co-sponsorship of