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Are Apple And Google Illegally Crushing Competitors? Experts Opinions Clash Before Congress (March 11, 2020)
Thomas Hazlett, Hugh H. Macaulay Endowed Chair of Economics and Director of the Information Economy Project at Clemson University, weighs […]

Self-Inflicted Policy Errors Put Hong Kong’s Economy at Risk By Kevin Tsui (February 06, 2020)
Should IBM and other international cloud computing enterprises move their Asian businesses away from Hong Kong? The prolonged US-China trade […]

Troll Hunters: Clemson professors race to expose social media propoganda (Jan. 16, 2020)
Patrick Warren, associate professor in the John E. Walker Department of Economics, and Darren Linvill, associate professor in the Department […]

Thomas W. Hazlett in the Wall Street Journal: A Lesson for Today’s Tech Trustbusters (Jan. 9, 2020)
A Lesson for Today’s Tech Trustbusters The AOL-Time Warner merger was going to dominate the internet. Today both companies barely […]

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Prolific scholar, lawyer Richard Epstein to speak Oct. 17 at Clemson
Richard Epstein, renowned scholar and one of the most cited law professors in the U.S., will be the featured speaker at the Clemson University College of Business’ Greenville, S.C., location. The Tullock Lecture series event is co-sponsored by the Clemson Information Economy Project and the Hayek Center for the Business of Prosperity, both housed in […]

Prolific scholar, lawyer Richard Epstein to speak Oct. 17 at Clemson
Richard Epstein, renowned scholar and one of the most cited law professors in the U.S., will be the featured speaker Oct. 17 at the Clemson University College of Business’ Greenville location. Epstein will deliver his Tullock Lecture, “Regulating Hours and Wages in the Age of Uber,” from 5:30 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 17, at Greenville ONE, 1 North Main St., Greenville.

Eliminating net neutrality may be good for competition and consumers, economist says
History shows the repeal of net neutrality — the FCC rule requiring internet providers to give equal access to content, regardless of the source — may benefit consumers in the end, said Clemson University economics professor Thomas Hazlett, who is a former chief economist for the FCC.

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