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Law and Economics Workshop

Winter 2006

Michael Abramowicz, George Washington University Law School
"Patent Auctions"

Scott Baker, UNC School of Law
"Incomplete Contracts in a Complete Contract World" (Kimberly D. Krawiec, co-author)

Miriam Bitton, Irell & Manella, LLP
"A New Outlook on the Economic Dimension of the Database Protection Debate"

Michael W. Carroll, Villanova University Law School
"One for All: The Problem of Uniformity Cost in Intellectual Property law"

Wesley M. Cohen and John Walsh, Duke University Fuqua School of Business and University of Illinois-Chicago
"The View for the Bench: The Patenting and Licensing of Research Tools and Biomedical Innovation" (Charlene Cho, co-author)

Peter DiCola, University of Michigan
"An Ecomonic Model of Sampling, Cover Version, and Musical Collage"

Daniel J. Gervais, University of Ottawa, Common Law Section
"Intellectual Property and Development: Towards a Strategy"

Bronwyn H. Hall, UC Berkeley School of Law
"Intellectual Property Strategy in the Global Cosmetics Industry" (Dietmar Harhoff, co-author)

Paul J. Heald, University of Georgia School of Law
"The Problem of Social Cost in a Genetically Modified Age" (James C. Smith, co-author)

Michael J. Meurer, Boston University School of Law
"Patents and Property" (James Bessen, co-author)

Richard Nelson, Columbia University
"The Market Economy, and The Scientific Commons"

Sam Vermont, Michigan Law
"Independent Invention as a Defense to Patent Infringement"


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