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IEP Conferences and Events

The Project's conferences and lectures tap prominent thinkers in the Information Economy. Its research enterprise provides a venue for established experts and promising young scholars to present analyses on the most challenging regulatory questions of our day. The Information Economy Project at Clemson University is proud to host Big Ideas About Information Lecture Series. Each semester, guest scholars and experts visit Clemson University. The Information Economy Project seeks to provide a venue for unique intersections between the law and telecommunications with a focus on innovative scholarship. Many of our speakers have published papers following their lectures. Conferences: Panels of experts convene to discuss important topics at the intersection of the law and economics of telecommunications. Events: Information Economy Project fellows and staff participate in programs hosted by other technology policy groups and provide testimony to Congress.