Hazlett Named to Academic Advisory Board of Center for Economics of the Internet
Professor Thomas Hazlett has been named to the academic advisory board of the Hudson Institute's newly created Center for Economics of the Internet, a program on Internet policy that focuses on free-market principles.
The Center will produce analysis of relevant trends and policy debates. Its programs will include studies, white papers, and regular seminars and briefings in Washington, D.C., featuring leading scholars, beginning with a breakfast on June 17. Thought leaders will present original research and expert opinion on such areas as intellectual property rights, peering, investment, competition, regulated pricing of services, and privacy and cybersecurity.