2023 – 2024 Seminar Series

TPRI Works-in-Progress Seminar Series

Fall 2023 TPRI’s Works-in-Progress Seminar Series (formerly known as TPRI’s Brown Bag Seminar Series) will be on Wednesdays at 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (ET) via Zoom. To be added to the seminar mailing list as an attendee, please email tpri@bu.edu.

Fall 2023 Seminar Series Schedule:

September 13: Michael Impink, HEC Paris, “The Role of Ethical Principles in AI Startups”

September 20:  Will Matcham, London School of Economics and Political Science, “Screening Property Rights for Innovation”

September 27: Adrian Goettfried and Joachim Henkel, Technical University of Munich, “The locus of value capture: Bifurcated vs. integrated patent licensing”

October 4:  Po-Hsuan Hsu, National Tsing Hua University, “Tracking the Evolution of Product Inventions with Trademark Data”

October 11:  Angelo Cuzzola, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, “The dynamics of automation adoption: Firm-level heterogeneity and aggregate employment effects”

October 18:  Parker Rogers, National Bureau of Economic Research, “Regulating the Innovators: Approval Costs and Innovation in Medical Technologies”

October 25:  Eduard Storm, RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research, “The Diffusion of Artificial Intelligence: Implications for Wages and Employment”

November 1:  Sofie Cairo, HBS/ Polytechnic University of Milan, “Publish or Procreate: The Effect of Motherhood on Academic Performance”

November 8:  Gauri Subramani, Lehigh University, “Gender gaps in patent citation”

November 15:  Michael Salinger, Boston University, “Product Offering Complexity: Implications for Tying Doctrine”

November 29:  Samantha Zyontz, Boston University, “Open science or entrenchment? The role of biological repositories on inter-institutional co-creation”

December 6:  Josh Feng, University of Utah, “Abstract Patents and Innovation: Evidence from Alice v. CLS Bank”

December 13: Maja Svanberg, MIT, “Will it be cost-effective to automate human tasks with AI? Evidence from computer vision”