Spring 2003


Spring 2003

February 6, 2003
12:00pm—1:30pm
Regulating in a Globalizing World

Charan Devereaux
Senior Researcher, Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation
Michael Watkins
Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
Bell Hall

February 10, 2003
12:00pm—1:30pm
Libertarian Paternalism

Cass Sunstein
Karl N. Llewellyn Distinguished Service Professor of Jurisprudence, University of Chicago Law School
Fainsod Room

February 20, 2003
12:00pm—1:30pm
Why Above-Cost Price Cuts to Drive Out Entrants Are Not Predatory - and the Implications for Defining Costs and Market Power

Einer Elhauge
Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
Bell Hall

March 6, 2003
12:00pm—1:30pm
Making Edible Regulation: Current Issues in Biotechnology and Organics Labeling

Dan Glickman
Director, Institute of Politics, Kennedy School of Government, and Former Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture and Member of Congress
Bell Hall

March 20, 2003
12:00pm—1:30pm
Accident Epidemiology and Management-Based Regulation in the U.S. Chemical Industry

Paul Kleindorfer
Anheuser-Busch Professor of Management Science, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Bell Hall

April 3, 2003
12:00pm—1:30pm
Microsoft Myths vs. Empirical Evidence: Dynamic Competition in Technology-Intensive Industries

Paul Vaaler
Fellow, Center for Business and Government and Associate Professor of International Business, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
Bell Hall

April 17, 2003
12:00pm—1:30pm
The Protecting Hand: Corporate Governance and Taxes

Alexander Dyck
Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
Bell Hall

May 1, 2003
12:00pm—1:30pm
Crisis in Competitive Electricity Markets

Larry Ruff
Independent Consultant and Senior Advisor, Charles River Associates
Bell Hall

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