SUZANNE ANDERSEN SCOTCHMER

GSPP and Department of Economics, University of California

2607 Hearst Avenue

Berkeley, CA  94720-7320

510 643 8562 (office) 510 643 0712 (office)

FAX  510 643 9657, email scotch@berkeley.edu

August 2005

BirthDate:  January 23, 1950             

 

EDUCATION

 

B.A., magna cum laude, Economics, University of Washington, 1970

M.A., Statistics, U.C. Berkeley, 1979

Ph.D., Economics, U.C. Berkeley, 1980

 

GRANTS, AWARDS, AND OTHER FUNDING

 

Kauffman Foundation, "R&D Incentives Beyond Patents" 2005-06

Toulouse Network on Information Technologies, member, 2005-

NET Institute, New York University, 2004

Berkeley/France Fund, 1994-95

Cumulative Research and the Patent Law (with Jacques Thisse)

Olin Fellowship, Yale Law School, 1992‑93

Professeur Invité, University of Cergy-Pontoise (fellow of Institut Universitaire de France)

Hoover National Fellow (Stanford University), 1988‑89

National Science Foundation Principal Investigator

            Two Projects in Dynamics of the Law, 1999-2003

Optimal R&D Procurement, 1997-98

On the Evolution of Optimizing Behavior and Attitudes

toward Risk, (with Eddie Dekel) 1991‑93

Four Topics in Law and Economics, 1990‑92

Patent Law and Collusion in Research, (with Jerry Green) 1989‑90

Patent Law, Competition and Technological Advance, (with Jerry Green)             1988‑89

Aspects of Optimal Tax Enforcement, (with Joel Slemrod) 1986‑87

Market Provision of Shared Goods, 1985‑86

Harris Trust:  "The Biotechnology Industry in California," 1987‑88

California Policy Seminar, "Economic Development Significance of the Biotech Industry to California Economy," 1987‑88

University of California, Committee on Research Grants, 1986-1996

Phi Beta Kappa fellowship, 1977‑78

Sloan Fellowship, 1978‑80

 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:  MAIN APPOINTMENTS

 

U.C.Berkeley, Professor of Economics, 1995-,

Professor of Public Policy, 1989 ‑, Assoc. Prof. 1986-89

Harvard University,

Associate Professor of Economics, 1985‑86, Assistant Prof, 1981-85

Summary: I have taught graduate microeconomics (Harvard, Berkeley), math for economists (Harvard), graduate public finance (Harvard, Berkeley), statistics and econometrics (Berkeley GSPP), cost-benefit analysis (Berkeley), economics of innovation (Berkeley), incentive theory (New School of Economics, Moscow, as visitor), law and economics of intellectual property (Toronto Law School, Tel Aviv, as visitor), science policy and "cyberlife" (GSPP, Berkeley).

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES

           

Lecturer, CORE summer school, Heterogeneity in Economics, summer 2005

Olin Visitor to the Center in Law, Economics and Organizations, USC, February 2005

Arne Ryde Memorial Lectures, Lund University, October 2004

University of Auckland Foundation visitor, winter term 2002

            Scholar in Residence in the chambers of Judge Newman, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Fall 2000

            Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1996-

                        (Productivity Group, Law and Economics Groups)

Visiting Professor of Economics, University of Cergy-Pontoise (Paris), 1998-99

Consultant, Department of Justice Antitrust Division, 1996-97.

Lecturer, Boalt School of Law, U.C., Berkeley, 1994-96

Visiting Scholar, Kellogg School of Managment, Northwestern University,

March 1997

Visiting Scholar, Institute for Empirical Macroeconomics, Federal Reserve

Bank of Minneapolis, February 1996

Visiting Professor of Economics, European University Institute, Florence,

Italy, Summer 1995, lecturing on models of group formation

Visiting Professor of Economics, Tel Aviv University, Winter 1995-96,

lecturing on the economics of intellectual property

Distinguished Olin Visiting Professor of Law and Economics, University of

Toronto, Fall 1993, lecturing on the economics of intellectual property law

Visiting Scholar, Institute for Government Research, Helsinki

lecturing on current topics in public finance

Visiting Professor of Economics, New Economics School (at CEMI)

Moscow, Russia, Spring 1993, lecturing on microeconomics:

revelation mechanisms, contracts, signalling models, decision theory

            Olin Fellow, Yale Law School, Fall 1992

Visiting Professor of Economics, Université de Paris-I, Sorbonne-Panthéon

January and March 1993, lecturing on the economics of R&D

Visiting Scholar, CORE, University of Louvain, Spring 1992

Associate, Law and Economics Consulting Group, Emeryville, CA 1993-

Consultant, Arthur D. Little, Inc., 1986

Research Assistant, ECON, Inc., Princeton, N.J., 1977

Consultant to California Air Resources Board, 1978

Computer Consultant for Statistical Packages, U.C.B., 1978‑80

Washington University, St. Louis, Lecturer,

Resource Economics, Spring 1981

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

 

Associate Editor:   Journal of Economic Literature (1998-2002), Journal of Economic Perspectives (1994-97), American Economic Review (1991‑95), Journal of Public Economics (1988-2001), Regional Science and Urban Economics (1987-2005)

 

Referee for:  Journal of Public Economics, American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Econometrica, The Rand Journal, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Economics Letters, National Science Foundation, European Economic Review, Review of Economic Studies, Economica, Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Economic Theory, International Review of Economics, Les Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, Southern Economic Journal, Journal of Economic Literature, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Economic Theory

 

Committees of Professional Associations:  Science, Technology and Economic Policy Board of the National Academies of Science, from 2005; Advisory Group, European Patent Office, from 2004; Program Committee, Society for Economic Design, June 2004; Steering Committee, National Academies of Science, "Promoting Access to Scientific and Technical Data for the Public Interest", 1998-99, Program Committee,  International Economics Association World Congress, Buenos Aires, Summer 1999; Program Committee Econometric Society Winter Meetings, 1990; Program Committee International Economics Association World Congress, Moscow, August 1992; Program Committee International Game Theory Conference at Stonybrook, industrial organization section, Summer 1990; Committee to select Invited Speakers, American Economic Association, 1993. 

 

Guest Editor for Symposium on Club theory, Journal of Public Economics, Summer 1997, Puzzles Column, Journal of Economic Perspectives, "Professional Advice and Other Hazards", Fall 1990.

 

Visiting Committee:  University of Pittsburgh, Dept. of Economics, 1995, Harvard University, Dept of Economics, 2002,  University of Auckland, Dept of Economics, 2002.

 

Invited Testimony, 2001-2004: European Patent Office, 2004.  Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice Antitrust Division, Competition and Intellectual Property Law Public Hearings, 2002. National Academies of Sciences:  Committee on Licensing Geographical Data and Services,  February 2003; International Scientific and Technical Information Programs, Symposium on the Role of Scientific and Technical Data and Information in the Public Domain, September 2002.

 

Consulting Services:  to Department of Justice Antitrust Division and various private clients.

 

BOOK:  Innovation and Incentives,  MIT Press, 2004.

 


PAPERS  organized by topic

(Links to papers can be found at http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~scotch )

 

On Intellectual Property and R&D Incentives:

 

"Digital Rights Management and the Pricing of Digital Content."  2005.  Yooki Park and Suzanne Scotchmer.  Working Paper 11532.  Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

"Intellectual Property."  2005.  Peter Menell and Suzanne Scotchmer. forthcoming, M. Polinsky and S. Shavell, eds. Handbook of Law and Economics.   Amsterdam: Elsevier Press.

"Profit Neutrality in Licensing: The Boundary Between Antitrust Law and Patent Law."  Stephen M. Maurer and Suzanne Scotchmer.  Working Paper 10546. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.  To appear with revision in American Law and Economics Review.

 "Procuring Knowledge," Stephen M. Maurer and Suzanne Scotchmer,.  In Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Growth, Gary Libecap, ed, JAI Press,. pp 1-31.

 

"The Independent-Invention Defense in Intellectual Property", Stephen M. Maurer and Suzanne Scotchmer, Economica 63, 535-547 (2002).

 

“The Law and Economics of Reverse Engineering”, Pamela Samuelson and Suzanne Scotchmer, Yale Law Journal 111, May 2002, 1575-1663.

 

“The Political Economy of Intellectual Property Treaties”, Suzanne Scotchmer. Journal of Law, Economics and Organizations 20:415-437 (2004).

 

 “Intellectual Property: When is it the Best Incentive Mechanism?”, Nancy Gallini and Suzanne Scotchmer, 2002, Innovation Policy and the Economy, Vol 2, Adam Jaffe, Joshua Lerner and Scott Stern, eds, MIT Press, 51-78, and also in Legal Orderings and Economic Institutions, F. Cafaggi, A. Nicita and U. Pagano, eds., Routledge Studies in Political Economy.

 

Intellectual Property--When is it the Best Incentive Mechanism for S&T Data? (testimony) 2003.  in Esanu, J.M. and Uhlir, P.F., eds.  The Role of Scientific and Technical Data and Information in the Public Domain: Proceedings of a Symposium, pp. 15-18.  Washington,D.C.: National Academies Press.

 

"Damages and Injunctions in Protecting Intellectual Property", Mark Schankerman and Suzanne Scotchmer, The RAND Journal of Economics 32, Winter 2001, 199-220

 

"On the Optimality of the Patent Renewal System", Suzanne Scotchmer, The RAND Journal of Economics 30, Summer 1999, 181-196.

 

"Database Protection: Is it Broken and Should We Fix it?", Stephen M. Maurer and Suzanne Scotchmer, Science 284, 14 May 1999, 1129-1130.

 

"Patent Breadth, Patent Life, and the Pace of Technological Improvement", Ted O'Donoghue, Suzanne Scotchmer and Jacques Thisse, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy 7 (1998), 1‑32.

 

"Incentives to Innovate", Suzanne Scotchmer, New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, MacMillan Press, 1998, Peter Newman, editor

 

"Protecting Early Innovators:  Should Second-Generation Products be Patentable?", Suzanne Scotchmer, The RAND Journal of Economics 27, Summer 1996, 322-331.

 

"On the Division of Profit between Sequential Innovators", Jerry Green and Suzanne Scotchmer, The RAND Journal of Economics 26, pp. 20-33, spring 1995

 

"Standing on the Shoulders of Giants:  Cumulative Research and the Patent Law", Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Economic Perspectives 5(1), Winter 1991, 29‑41.  Reprinted in The Economics of Technical Change, Edwin Mansfield and Elizabeth Mansfield, eds, Edward Elgar Publishing Company, 1993 

 

"Novelty and Disclosure in Patent Law", Jerry Green and Suzanne Scotchmer, The RAND Journal of Economics, spring 1990, vol. 21, 131‑146.

 

"Coordinating Research through Research Joint Ventures", Neil Gandal and Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Public Economics 51 (1993), 173-193

 

"Patents as an Incentive System", Suzanne Scotchmer, Ch. 12, pp 281‑296, of Economics in a Changing World, Volume 2, Beth Allen, ed., McMillan Press (London) and St. Martin's Press (New York), 1996.

 

"R&D Joint Ventures and other Cooperative Arrangements" Suzanne Scotchmer. 1998.  In Competition Policy and Intellectual Property Rights in the Knowledge-Based Economy, R. Anderson and N. Gallini, eds, University of Calgary Press, Industry Canada Research Series, 1998, 203-222

 

On Game Theory and Mathematical Economics: 

 

"Consumption Externalities, Rental Markets and Purchase Clubs."  S. Scotchmer.  Economic Theory 25:235-253 (January 2005).

"The Organization of Consumption, Production and Learning,"  B. Ellickson, B. Grodal, S. Scotchmer, W. Zame.  Institute of Economics Discussion Paper 03-23, 2003, University of Copenhagen.

"Clubs and the Market",  B. Ellickson, B. Grodal, S. Scotchmer, W. Zame, Econometrica 67 (1999), 1185-1218.

“Clubs and the Market: Large Finite Economies” (2001), B. Ellickson, B. Grodal, S. Scotchmer, W. Zame, Journal of Economic Theory 101, 40-77

"On the Evolution of Attitudes toward Risk in Winner‑Take‑All Games", Eddie Dekel and Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Economic Theory 87(1),  1999, 125-143.

"On the Evolution of Optimizing Behavior", E. Dekel and Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Economic Theory 57(2), August 1992, 392‑406.

 

"Ex Post Regret and the Decentralized Sharing of Information", April 1999, Deborah Minehart and Suzanne Scotchmer, Games and Economic Behavior 27(1), 114-131.

 

"The Law of Supply in Games, Markets and Matching Models" Greg Engl and Suzanne Scotchmer, Economic Theory 9(3), 539-550, 1997.

 

"The Core and the Hedonic Core:  Equivalence and Comparative Statics",  Greg Engl and Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Mathematical Economics 26, 1996, 209-248 and "Reply", Journal of Mathematical Economics 37, 341-353.

 

"The Decentralization of Pareto Optima in Economies with Public Goods and Inessential Private Goods" Dimitrios Diamantaris, Robert Gilles and Suzanne Scotchmer, Economic Theory 8, 1996, 555-564.

 

"Partnerships,"  J. Farrell and Suzanne Scotchmer, May 1988, Quarterly Journal of Economics 279-297.

 

"The Implications of Space for Competition", with Jacques-Francois Thisse, Studies in Regional and Urban Planning 1994, 227-246, also printed as "Space and Value" in Economics in the Next Ten Years, Alan Kirman, Louis-Andre Gerard-Varet, and Michele Ruggiero, eds., 1995, Oxford University Press.

 

"Space and Competition: A Puzzle", Suzanne Scotchmer and Jacques Thisse, September 1992, Annals of Regional Science 26, 269-286.

 

"Space and Value" Suzanne Scotchmer and Jacques‑Francois Thisse, in Economics in the Next Ten Years, Alan Kirman, Louis‑Andre Gerard‑Varet, and Michele Ruggiero, eds., 1995, Oxford University Press.

 

"Irrational Behavior in the AT&T Investment Game", Economics Letters 45 (1994), 471-474,  J. Farrell and Suzanne Scotchmer

 

"Market Share Inertia with More than Two Firms:  An Existence Problem," Suzanne Scotchmer,  Economics Letters, 1986

 

On Clubs and Local Public Goods:

"Consumption Externalities, Rental Markets and Purchase Clubs."  S. Scotchmer.  Economic Theory 25:235-253 (January 2005).

"The Organization of Consumption, Production and Learning,"  B. Ellickson, B. Grodal, S. Scotchmer, W. Zame.  Institute of Economics Discussion Paper 03-23, 2003, University of Copenhagen.

 

"Constitutional Rules of Exclusion in Jurisdiction Formation", Philippe Jehiel and

Suzanne Scotchmer,  Review of Economic Studies 68, 2001, 393-411.

 

"Local Public Goods and Clubs", S. Scotchmer,  2002 Handbook of Public Economics, Volume IV, Alan Auerbach and Martin Feldstein, eds. (North-Holland)

 

"Clubs and the Market",  B. Ellickson, B. Grodal, S. Scotchmer, W. Zame, Econometrica 67 (1999), 1185-1218.

 

“Clubs and the Market: Large Finite Economies” (2001), B. Ellickson, B. Grodal, S. Scotchmer, W. Zame, Journal of Economic Theory 101, 40-77

 

"Decentralization in Replicated Club Economies", Robert Gilles and Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Economic Theory 72, 1997, 363-387.

 

"Decentralization in Club Economies:  How Multiple Private Goods Matter", Robert Gilles and Suzanne Scotchmer Essays in Public Economics in Honor of Eitan Berglas, 1997, Cambridge University Press, New York

 

"Free Mobility and the Optimal Number of Jurisdictions", Philippe Jéhiel and Suzanne Scotchmer, Annales d'Economie et de Statistiques  45, 1997, 219-231

 

"Externality Pricing in Club Economies", Suzanne Scotchmer, Ricerche Economiche 50(4), 1996, 347-366

 

"On Price‑Taking Equilibria in Club Economies with Nonanonymous Crowding'", 1997, Suzanne Scotchmer , Journal of Public Economics 65(1), pp. 75‑87

 

"On the Uses of Club Theory: Preface to the Club Theory Symposium", with Amiohai Glazer. Esko Niskanen, Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Public Economics 65(1), 3‑8 (1997).

 

"On Price-Taking Equilibria in Club Economies with Nonanonymous Crowding", Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Public Economics 1997.

 

"Concurrence et Biens Publics", Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, Suzanne Scotchmer, No. 33, March 1994, 157-186.  Also published "Public Goods and the Invisible Hand", Modern Public Finance, John Quigley and Eugene Smolensky, eds., Harvard University Press, 1994.

 

"Competitive Equilibrium and the Core in Club Economies with Anonymous Crowding," Suzanne Scotchmer and M. Wooders, Journal of Public Economics 34, 1987, 159‑173.

 

"Local Public Goods in an Equilibrium:  How Pecuniary Externalities Matter," Suzanne Scotchmer,  Regional Science and Urban Economics 16, 1986, 463‑481.

 

"Two‑tier Pricing of Shared Facilities in a Free‑Entry Equilibrium," The Rand Journal of Economics, Suzanne Scotchmer,  Vol. 16, No. 4, Winter 1985, pp. 456‑472.

 

"Profit‑Maximizing Clubs," Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Public Economics, September 1985, Vol. 27, pp. 25‑85.

 

Other Law and Economics

 

"Rules of Evidence and Statistical Reasoning in Court", Suzanne Scotchmer, New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, 1998 MacMillan Press, Peter Newman, editor

 

"Contingent Fees ", Daniel Rubinfeld and Suzanne Scotchmer, New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, 1998, MacMillan Press, Peter Newman, editor

 

"On the Self‑Reinforcing Nature of Crime", Joel Schrag and Suzanne Scotchmer, International Journal of Law and Economics 17 (1997), 325‑335.

 

"Crime and Prejudice: The Use of Character Evidence in Criminal Trials", Joel Schrag and Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Law, Economics and Organizations 10(2), 1994, 319-342.

 

"Contingent Fees for Lawyers: An Economic Analysis", The RAND Journal of Economics 24 (1993) 343-356, Daniel Rubinfeld and Suzanne Scotchmer

 

Public Finance

 

"Local Public Goods and Clubs," Suzanne Scotchmer, ch. 29, Handbook of Public Economics, Vol IV, Alan Auerbach and Martin Feldstein, eds, North-Holland Press, 2002.

 

"The Regressive Bias in Taxation and Enforcement", Suzanne Scotchmer, Public Finance 58 (1992), 366-371.

 

"Who Profits from Taxpayer Confusion?", Suzanne Scotchmer, Economics Letters 29, 1989, 49‑55.

 

"What Counts?  Analysis Counts" John Quigley and Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of the Association for Policy Analysis 8(3), Summer 1989, 483‑489.

 

"The Social Cost of Uniform Regulatory Standards," C. A. Jones and Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 1990, Vol. 19, 61‑72.

 

"Randomness in Tax Enforcement," Suzanne Scotchmer and J. Slemrod, Journal of Public Economics 38, February 1989, 17‑32.

 

"The Effect of Tax Advisors on Tax Compliance," Suzanne Scotchmer,  in Why People Pay Taxes:  A Social Science Perspective, ed. by J. Roth and J. Scholz, National Academy of Sciences, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989.

 

"Equivalent Variation with Uncertain Prices," Suzanne Scotchmer, Economics Letters 29 (1989), 127‑128.

 

"Audit Classes and Tax Enforcement Policy," Suzanne Scotchmer,  American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 77 (2), 1987, 229‑233.

 

"The Short Run and Long Run Benefits of Environmental Improvement," Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Public Economics 30, 1986, 61‑81.

 

"Hedonic Prices and Cost/Benefit Analysis," Suzanne Scotchmer, Journal of Economic Theory, October 1985, Vol. 37, No. 1, pp. 55‑75.

 

"Collusion Through Insurance:  Sharing the Costs of Oil Spill Cleanups", Eddie Dekel and Suzanne Scotchmer, American Economic Review March, 1990, Vol 80, 249‑252.

 

Miscellaneous:

 

"Affirmative Action in Hierarchies."  2005.  Suzanne Scotchmer. WP 11213.  Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

 

"Patent Quality, Patent Design and Patent Politics."  2004.  Remarks before the European Patent Office as a member of the Advisory Group (see web site for a link).

 

INVITED LECTURES, 2000-:

Keynote speaker, conference, "Industrial organization and Innovation",  Laboratoire d' Economie Appliquée de Grenoble, Université Pierre Mendès France, June 20-21, 2005

Panelist, The Berkeley Conference on Antitrust in the Technology Economy co-sponsored by the ABA, Sections of Antitrust Law and Intellectual Property Law and the Competition Policy Center at UC- Berkeley, June 9-10, 2005.

Conference presentation, 4th Workshop on the Economics of Information Security, Kennedy School of Government, June 2-3, 2005.

Seminar, ECARES, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, May 30, 2005

Seminar, CORE Universite Catholique de Louvain, June 2005.

Intellectual Property Rights And Innovation: Shifting Economic and Legal Paradgms. University of Washington, Department of Economics and Law School, February 18, 2005.

Olin Visitor to the Center in Law, Economics and Organizations, University of Southern California, February 2005.

Conference on The Economics of the Software and Internet Industries, IDEI-Toulouse, Jan 21/22, 2005.  "Digital Rights Management and the Pricing of Digital Products."

Lecture, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (Tokyo), Dec. 15, 2004.  "Digital Rights Management the Pricing of Digital Products."

Conference on IT Innovation, Institute for Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi Univeristy (Tokyo), Dec. 13-14, 2004.

European Patent Office (Munich), "Patent Quality, Patent Design and Patent Politics."  December 9/10, 2004.

Arne Ryde Memorial Lectures, Lund University, Sweden.  October 2004.  Promoting Creativity: Intellectual Property and other Incentive Mechanisms.

IPR University Center, Helsinki.  Conference: Intellectual Property Beyond Rights.  Presented The Law and Economics of Reverse Engineering. October 2004.

University of Texas Law School, Austin, seminar, On the Political Economy of Intellectual Property Treaties.  September 2004.

Duke University, Fuqua Business School, Conference: Patent Policy: Using, Abusing and Reforming.  Presented Profit Neutrality in Licensing: The Boundary between Patent Law and Antitrust Law.  September 2004.

University of Siena, Summer School in IP, Innovation and Competition, July 2004.

University of Washington Law School, "The Law and Economics of Reverse Engineering", April 26, 2004.

Washington State University, Dept of Economics, "Procuring Knowedge," April 23, 2004.

Harvard Law School, "Profit Neutrality in Licensing: The Boundary between Antitrust Law and Patent Law."  March 23, 2004.

University of Minnesota, Dept of Economics, "The Organization of Consumption, Production and Learning."  March 2004

University of Chicago Law School, "Procuring Knowledge", March 2004.

Haas Business School, Innovation seminar, Feburary 2, 2004, "Procuring Knowledge"

Tulane University, Dept of Economics, ""The Organization of Consumption, Production and Learning."  March 2004

Center for the Study of Innovation and Productivity, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Nov 7-8, 2003.  ("Intellectual Property Treaties")

Antitrust and Patents Conference, Ecole des Mines (Paris) and Boalt School of Law, January 2004, "Profit Neutrality in Licensing"

Southern Methodist University, September 2003. conference, The Role of Institutions in the Global Economy.

Fuller Lecture, Iowa State University, September 2003

Universitat Autonoma, Barcelona, January 2003.

University of Copenhagen, September 2002

Copenhagen Business School, September 2002.

Journees d’Economie Publique, Marseilles, May/June 2002

Ecole des Mines (Paris), Lecture on Intellectual Property, June 18, 2002.

IDEP, University of Toulouse, France, Conference on Open Source Software: Economics, Policy and Law, June 20-21, 2002. 

Industrie Canada, January 18, 2002, Distinguished Speakers Series 

Harvard University Computer Science Department, colloquium, February 2002

New York University School of Law colloqium, March 2002

Stanford University Law School, guest lecture, 2002

U.C., Berkeley, Department of Statistics , Neyman lecture, March 2002

Conference on the Law, Economics and History of Intellectual Property, Haas School of Business, UCBerkeley, Oct 5-6, 2001

IOFest, a Berkeley/Stanford conference in industrial organization (economics) November 2001

U.C., Berkeley, GSPP Executive Seminar (GSPP), August 2001

Burch Center, U.C. Berkeley, public finance conference, invited speaker, December 2000.

Stanford University Law School, March 29, 2000 Seminar

Vanderbilt University Law School, conference  April 2000

National Research Council (NAS), Board on Geophysical and Environmental Data, March 30-31, 2000

National Research Council (NAS), Science, Technology and Economic Policy Board, January 2000.

World Congress of the Econometric Society, contributed paper, August 2000.

Conference on Technology Policy and Innovation: Economic and historical perspectives, Paris, sponsored by CNRS and NBER (among others), invited keynote speaker, November 2000.

Association of Law Schools, invited speaker, January 2001.

Yale/Stanford Law Forum, Program Committee and commentator, June 2001.

Innovation Policy and the Economy, a conference for policy makers organized by the NBER in Washington, invited speaker, April 2001.

Conference on Firms and Markets, University of Birmingham, invited speaker, May 2001.

Beyond Microsoft, a conference organized by the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, panelist commentator, March 2001.

University of Copenhagen, Institute of Economics, seminar, December 1999

Boalt School of Law, Symposium on database legislation, discussant, January 2000

SSRC Program In Applied Economics, Summer institute, August 1999

Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics, contracts conference, July 1999

International Judges Conference, Washington, D.C.,. hosted by U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, speech on “Economic Aspects of Intellectual Property in the Digital Economy”, October 1999

University of Copenhagen, conference on the economics of incomplete markets, invited discussant, December 1999

National Research Council, Consortium for Geographic Information Systems, invited speaker, conference Nov. 10-12, 1999