The professorship for intellectual property at ETH Zurich is is part of the Center for Law & Economics within the Department of Humanities, Social and Political Sciences at ETH Zurich. The professorship focuses on interdisciplinary research in the areas of intellectual property law, law of emerging technologies (in particular cyberlaw and biotechnology law), telecommunications law, and antitrust law, as well as on general (behavioral) law and economics research. Through research projects, workshops and teaching activities, the professorship participates in the international discourse in the areas mentioned. It co-organizes the Workshop & Lecture Series on the Law & Economics of Innovation, which regularly brings leading internationally well-known experts from all over the world to Zurich.
Experimental Brownbag: Presentations by Martin Schonger & Sean Hofland
On Wednesday, April 26 Martin Schonger and Sean Hofland will give a presentation about “Is ambiguity aversion the same phenomenon as failure to reduce compound lotteries?” starting at 13:15 at the ETH Zurich room IFW C 33. The research seminar is addressed to all faculty interested in experimental research in the areas of economics, sociology and psychology. We are looking forward to seeing you on Wednesday.
Workshop & Lecture Series in Law & Economics: Presentations by Justin McCrary (Berkeley)
On Tuesday, April 4, and Wednesday, April 5, we'll have Prof. Justin McCrary (Berkeley) as guest. His Tuesday presentation on "Are U.S. Cities Underpoliced? Theory and Evidence" starts at 16:15 in the University of Zurich room KO2 F 172. The Wednesday presentation on "How Rigged Are Stock Markets? Evidence from Microsecond Timestamps" starts at 16:15 in the ETH Zurich room IFW A 32.1. All presentations are open to the public, so see you there!