Law and Economics Workshop
Winter 2005 Special Topic: Cyberlaw and Economics WorkshopJohn A. Rothchild, Wayne State University Law School
"Economic Analysis of Technological Protection Measures"
Peter Swire, Ohio State Mortiz College of Law
"A Model for When Disclosure Helps Security: What Is Different About Computer and Network Security?"
Paul J. Resnick, University of Michigan School of Information
"Calculating Error Rates for Filtering Software AND Does Pornography-Blocking Software Block Access to Health Information on the Internet?" (Derek L. Hansen, Caroline R. Richardson, Holly Derry, and Victoria Rideout, co-authors)
Marshall Van Alstyne, Boston University School of Management
"The Social Efficiency of Fairness: An Information Economics Approach to Innovation" (Gavin Glarkson, co-author)
Assaf Hamdani, Bar Ilan University, Faculty of Law
"The Class Defense" (Alon Klement, co-author)
Lior Jacob Strahilevitz, University of Chicago Law School
"A Social Networks Theory of Privacy"
Howard Shelanksi, UC Berkeley School of Law
"The Policy Limits of Markets: A Critique of Antitrust Law As Mass-Media Regulation"
Roger Noll, Stanford University
"Napster’s Copyright Abuse Defense and the Future of Digital Entertainment Downloads"
Christopher Yoo, Vanderbilt University School of Law
"On the Regulation of Networks as Complex Systems" (Daniel F. Spulber, co-author)
Clayton Gillette, NYU School of Law
"Rolling Contracts as an Agency Problem"
Molly Van Houweling, UC Berkeley School of Law
Robert A. Hillman, Cornell University Law School
"On-line Consumer Standard-Form Contracting Practices: A Survey and Discussion of Legal Implications"