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Jan 18 2022:Blair Levin & Gregory Rosston on Broadband Subsidies
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Jan 4 2022:Diane Coyle on How Economics Can Evolve with a Changing World
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Dec 23 2021:Catherine Tucker on Algorithmic Bias
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Dec 14 2021:Adam White on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
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Dec 9 2021:Larry White on Antitrust & Market Delineation of Monopolization Cases
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Nov 2 2021:Clifford Winston on Markets Helping Government
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Oct 26 2021:Xiaomeng Lu on China's Tech Crackdown
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Oct 5 2021:Mark Jamison on Regulatory Humility & Antitrust: Two Think Minimum
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Sep 28 2021:Edward Miguel on the “Replication Crisis” in Economics and How to Fix It
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Jul 12 2021:Roger Noll on Antitrust and the NCAA
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Jul 8 2021:Michael Katz on Challenges to Antitrust Policy
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Jun 23 2021:Adam Gamoran on Evidence-Based Policy
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Jun 4 2021:Michael McConnell on Facebook's Oversight Board and Content Moderation
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May 19 2021:Shane Greenstein on Innovation, the Internet Age, and the Future
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May 6 2021:Leah Nylen on Antitrust and Competition Policy in the Biden Administration
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Apr 12 2021:Jon Baron on Evidence Based Policy at Arnold Ventures
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Apr 7 2021:Ronald Coase Institute President Mary Shirley on Institutions and Economic Development
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Mar 25 2021:What We Know And What We Don't Know
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Mar 9 2021:Jeff Prince on Economics at the FCC and Platforms
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Feb 25 2021:Paul Barrett on the False Claim that Social Media Censors the Right
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Feb 18 2021:Thomas Hazlett on Spectrum Policy
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Feb 8 2021:Gus Hurwitz on the Rural Digital Divide and Platforms
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Feb 2 2021:Cathryn Ross on the Regulatory Horizons Council and Re-Imagining Regulation
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Jan 28 2021:Nick Hart on Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act
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Jan 22 2021:Stanford's Greg Rosston on the Future of Broadband Accessibility
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Jan 12 2021:Giulia McHenry and Wayne Leighton on the FCC's Office of Economics and Analytics
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Jan 8 2021:2020 in Review with Jonathan Make
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Dec 29 2020:"Building on What Works: An Analysis of US Broadband Policy" with Jon Nuechterlein Howard Shelanski
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Dec 21 2020:Does Big Tech Need its Own Regulator? with Neil Chilson
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Dec 9 2020:How Entrepreneurs Can Build a Better Society and Government with Joe Lonsdale
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Nov 10 2020:Jason Furman and Joshua Wright Debate: Do Digital Platforms Require a New Regulatory Regime?
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Oct 19 2020:Section 230 Series: Online Free Speech and Section 230 with Jamie Susskind
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Sep 25 2020:Michael Shellenberger - Apocalypse Never: A New Approach to Environmentalism
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Sep 8 2020:Protecting Privacy and Moving the Evidence Ball Down the Field with Nancy Potok
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Sep 3 2020:Digital Payments, Crypto, and Libra with Christian Catalini, Dante Disparte, and Matthew Davie
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Aug 11 2020:Google Cloud Developer Advocate Felipe Hoffa
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Aug 5 2020:TikTok Public Policy's Michael Beckerman
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Jul 30 2020:Jay Bhattacharya on Health Economics and Coronavirus
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Jul 16 2020:Section 230 Series: Center for Democracy & Technology's Alexandra Givens
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Jul 2 2020:Section 230 Series: Eric Goldman on Section 230 Misunderstandings
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Jun 29 2020:Robert Shea on Evidence Based Policy's Impact and Potential
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Jun 23 2020:Samm Sacks on the US-China Technology Relationship, Huawei, TikTok, and More
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Jun 15 2020:Carl Shapiro and Josh Wright Debate Antitrust and Competition Policy
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Jun 10 2020:Amy Davine Kim on Blockchain Policy for 2020
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Jun 4 2020:Colorado's Attorney General Phil Weiser on Antitrust, Federalism, and Price Gouging
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May 12 2020:Yasheng Huang on Contact Tracing and Tech Adoption in America and Asia
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Apr 28 2020:Kip Viscusi on the Value of a Statistical Life and Coronavirus
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Apr 21 2020:Privacy and Pandemics with Washington Post's Cat Zakrzewski
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Apr 17 2020:Seth Stephens-Davidowitz on Google Trends and Coronavirus
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Apr 7 2020:Ina Fried on Tech and Coronavirus, and How Life is Changing
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Mar 26 2020:Rob Pegoraro on Tech and the Coronavirus
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Mar 24 2020:Looking Back on Ten Years of the National Broadband Plan with Blair Levin
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Mar 10 2020:Kelcee Griffis of Law360 on Spectrum Institutions
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Feb 27 2020:Bruce Mehlman on 2020's Tech Policy Knowns and Unknowns
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Feb 10 2020:Ambassador Grace Koh on WRC-19 and Spectrum for 5G
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Jan 13 2020:Brent Skorup and Eli Dourado on Airspace Auctions and Supersonic Aviation
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Dec 30 2019:Jonathan Make Discusses the Top Telecom Stories of 2019
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Dec 16 2019:Ligado Networks' President and CEO Doug Smith and Chief Legal Officer Valerie Green
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Dec 9 2019:Bryan Tramont of Wilkinson Barker Knauer on C-Band and the Future of Spectrum Policy
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Nov 25 2019:Telecom and Spectrum in Mexico with Judith Mariscal
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Nov 12 2019:MIT Sloan Professor Catherine Tucker on Privacy, Antitrust, and the Value of Data
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Oct 28 2019:BT Director of Regulatory Affairs Cathryn Ross on the Economics of Regulation
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Oct 9 2019:BigID CEO Dimitri Sirota Brings Fresh Ideas to Privacy Debate
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Oct 7 2019:Former FTC Chair Timothy Muris and Jonathan Nuechterlein Discuss Antitrust in the Internet Era
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Sep 17 2019:Former FTC Chairman William Kovacic on the Future of the FTC and Antitrust
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Sep 4 2019:eSports with Brian Sullivan and Laura Martin
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Jul 18 2019:Big Tech and Antitrust: A Discussion With Randal Picker
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Jun 5 2019:What’s the Answer to the C-Band Conundrum?
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May 20 2019:The Costs and Benefits of Banning Huawei
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May 6 2019:Tyler Cowen and Big Business: A Love Letter to an American Anti-Hero
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Mar 20 2019:Blockchains and Cryptocurrencies: Privacy, Regulatory Certainty, and Innovation
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Mar 1 2019:Privacy Legislation in 2019? Maureen Ohlhausen and Alan Raul
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Nov 5 2018:Music Licensing after the Music Modernization Act with Mitch Glazier and David Israelite
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Nov 2 2018:How Russian Twitter Trolls Influence Society and Elections with Patrick Warren
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Oct 1 2018:Victoria Graham on Antitrust and Corporate Crime Journalism
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Jul 27 2018:Laura Martin on Netflix, Content Creation, and Creative Talent
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Jul 19 2018:Ina Fried, Axios, and Tech Journalism Today
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Jun 18 2018:The FCC and the New Telecom and Media Landscape: A Conversation with Jonathan Make and David Kaut
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Apr 18 2018:Tech News in Washington, D.C. with Rob Pegoraro
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Mar 30 2018:The Political Spectrum: The Hazletts and the Haz Nots? with Thomas Hazlett
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Mar 8 2018:Do Algorithms Rule the World? Data Privacy and the GDPR with Maja Brkan
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Mar 2 2018:Using AI to Predict Changes in Labor Markets with Emilio Colombo
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Feb 16 2018:Incentive Auctions and Spectrum Thoughts
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Feb 12 2018:Universal Service and Rural Broadband
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Feb 3 2018:Infrastructure Week?
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Jan 26 2018:What is Broadband?
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