Erik Hovenkamp and Timothy Simcoe
New analysis of the Qualcomm decision in terms of how Qualcomm’s commitments to license its standard-essential patents on “fair, reasonable, and nondiscriminatory” (FRAND) terms bear on the antitrust analysis and how FRAND might have been used to better justify finding an antitrust duty-to-deal with competitors. Read More →
New research examining spillover effects of state funding of public universities, including increased innovation and entrepreneurial activity. Read More →
Robert Seamans in Forbes on some effects of robots and automation on workers and employment.
James Bessen, Maarten Goos, Anna Salomons, and Wiljan van den Berge in Brookings on the effects of automation on employment and implications for policy.
Robert Seamans in Forbes, about a new bill designed to improve competition and data portability between digital platforms.