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[opensource] TODAY: Rufus Pollock - Theory and Empirics of Optimal Copyright

Brandy Karl bkarl at stanford.edu
Wed May 14 13:56:26 PDT 2008


This isn't particularly on point, but I know that many of the OSL  
people enjoy attending CIS events, so I thought I'd pass it along!

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Amanda Smith <asmith2 at stanford.edu>
> Date: May 13, 2008 12:07:55 PM PDT
> To: cismailing at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: TOMORROW: Rufus Pollock - Theory and Empirics of Optimal  
> Copyright
>
> Stanford Social Science and Technology Seminar
> presents
>
> "Forever Minus a Day? Theory and Empirics of Optimal Copyright"
>
> Rufus Pollock, Cambridge University
> Wednesday May 14
> 4:00-5:30pm
> Room 280A, Stanford Law School
> http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/node/5635
>
> Coffee service will be provided.
>
> Papers and maps to seminar locations are posted on the workshop web  
> site:
> http://siepr.stanford.edu/programs/SST_Seminars/index.html
>
> Rufus Pollock is an economist at Cambridge University, and was elected
> to the 3 year Mead Research Fellowship in Economics at Emmanuel
> College in October 2007. The present focus of his research is on
> innovation and IP, with particular attention to open models of
> innovation. Other areas of particular interest include
> two-sided/platform industries (e.g. Operating Systems, Search
> Engines), and research on happiness and well-being. More information
> about his economics research can be found in the economics section of
> his website.
>
> In addition to his purely academic endeavors he is also involved in a
> variety of other projects and organizations, mainly in the area of
> digital rights and open knowledge. In particular there?s: The Open
> Knowledge Foundation and associated projects such as: KnowlegeForge,
> Open Shakespeare, Comprehensive Knowledge Archive Network (CKAN), Open
> Economics, The Open Rights Group, What is To be Done.
>
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