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Information Economy Project

Information Economy Project

Where Law and Economics Meet Telecommunications Policy

The work of the Information Economy Project (IEP) sits at the intersection of academic research and public policy. The IEP conferences and lectures tap prominent thinkers in business, law and government. Its research enterprise assists established experts and promising young scholars who are analyzing the most challenging regulatory questions of our day. In addition to publishing studies in leading law reviews, economics journals and policy forums, IEP reaches beyond academic audiences, placing provocative essays in popular outlets such as Barron's, the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal.

Tullock Lecture featuring Virginia Postrel

The Information Economy Project at Clemson University is delighted to host one of America’s most interesting thinkers and writers, Virginia Postrel. As the former editor of Reason Magazine and long-time columnist for Bloomberg, Virginia writes about social innovation in ideas, culture and fashion. Her lecture at Clemson will focus on her latest book, “The Fabric of Civilization,” a truly remarkable exploration of how cloth — cloth — has formed a rich part of economic development and the human experience. Join us on April 15, 2024, 4-5:15, in 121 Hendrix. Admission is free, but space is limited.

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