The Berkeley Innovation Seminar features current research of faculty, from U.C. Berkeley and elsewhere, who are investigating phenomena related to the process of innovation. The seminar maintains an interdisciplinary perspective, combining aspects of economics, business, law, and engineering. The audience is mixed and often includes participants with backgrounds in economics, business, engineering, political science, law, sociology, psychology, and public policy.
Wednesdays, 12:30pm – 2:00pm
Room C320, Cheit Hall, Haas School of Business
Supported by the Fung Institute, the Haas School of Business and the Goldman School of Public Policy, the seminar is open to grad students, faculty, and visitors from Economics, Haas, ARE, and other departments in the university who have an interest in the economics of innovation, technological change, and intellectual property. Registration is not required in order to attend the seminar, but it is appreciated. Credit is available for IEOR 298, Econ C222, or Bus PhD279.
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For questions and more information, please email Lucy: lucy_hu