Symposium on Madhavi Sunder’s From Goods to a Good Life, September 11-13
posted by Deven Desai
This week Concurring Opinions is hosting a symposium on Madhavi Sunder’s From Goods to a Good Life (Amazon) published by Yale Press which offers a preview. Madhavi’s work has pushed how many colleagues and I think about intellectual property. I am honored to organize this discussion.
I have more to say about the book, but to whet your appetites, I offer this quote:
The full cultural and economic consequences of intellectual property policies are hidden. We focus instead on the fruits of innovation—more iPods, more bestsellers, more blockbuster drugs—without concern for what is being produced, by whom, and for whose benefit. But make no mistake: intellectual property laws have profound effects on human capabilities…
The symposium will include contributions from Mike Carroll, Laura DeNardis, Brett Frischmann, Mike Madison, Mark McKenna, Frank Pasquale, Zahr Said, Lea Bishop Shaver, Jessica Silbey, and Molly Van Houweling.
September 10, 2012 at 11:24 pm Posted in: Culture, Cyberlaw, DRM, Economic Analysis of Law, Innovation, Intellectual Property, Political Economy, Symposium (From Goods to a Good Life), Web 2.0 Print This Post