All-UC Group in Economic History Berkeley Conference
Mar 25, 2012 12:00 PM
The All-UC Group in Economic History, and the UC Berkeley Institute of Business and Economic Research, Haas School of Business, Competition Policy Center and Center for Science, Technology, Medicine and Society will co-host a conference at Berkeley, March 23 - 25, 2012.
If you would like to attend, please respond to Hilary Wilkoff by noon, Friday, February 17. As usual the All-UC will pay for the cheapest airfare (for those in southern California), hotel, and meals. It is expected that participants will attend the entire conference.
- Giovanni Peri - Migration, Productivity, and Growth Since 1500
- Lee Fleming - Regional Disadvantage? Non-Compete and Brain Drain, How Anticipated Employee Mobility Affects Acquisition Likelihood: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
- Shawn Kantor and Alexander Whalley - Private Gains from Public University Research: The Case of Productivity Spillovers from Agricultural Experiment Stations
- Zorina Khan - Markets for Technological Innovations and the Diffusion of Knowledge in the 19th Century United States
- Carlos Serrano - Trading and Enforcing Patent Rights
- Petra Moser and Ryan Lampe - Patent Pools, Competition, and Innovation in the 1930's
- Koleman Strumpf - The Impact of File Sharing on Movies
- Shane Greenstein - Collective Intelligence and Neutral Point of View: The Case of Wikipedia
- Jeremiah Dittmar - The Welfare Impact of a New Good: The Printed Book
- Alessandro Nuvolari - The Quality of English Patents, 1617 - 1850, a Reappraisal Using Multiple Indicators
- Nicolas Ziebarth - Misallocation and Productivity Estimates in the 1930's