An interdisciplinary group of junior and senior scholars will convene in May for a three-session discussion colloquium exploring the purpose, philosophy, and consequences of governmental regulation of industry. Sessions One and Two explore the impact of regulation on innovation and societal wellbeing. Session Three examines the role of regulation and deregulation during the Covid-19 pandemic. The same cohort will convene again in June to workshop research proposals inspired by the discussion colloquium.
This program was conceptualized by and developed in partnership with Professors Brent Clark (University of Nebraska-Omaha) and Mark Packard (University of Nevada- Reno).