Technology Policy Forum

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The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center is pleased to announce its Technology Policy Forum scheduled for January 9-10, 2023. The Forum is a regular event that brings those working on the front lines of technology policy in the states together with leading academic experts in technology policy for two days of discussion about contemporary issues in technology policy. There is no tuition and we are able to cover reasonable costs for travel and accommodations. The Forum is an opportunity for both those new to technology policy as well as old hands, while primarily intended for those working in the public sector. Sessions will cover both background concepts important to practitioners in these areas as well as updates on recent developments.

Please use this form to apply to attend this year's forum.


  • Introduction to Regulatory Law and Economics
  • Antitrust: Overview and Recent Developments
  • Consumer Protection Law: Overview and Recent Developments
  • Recent Developments in Administrative Law
  • Studies of Consumer Trust in Technology
  • Evaluating Recent Privacy Regulations
  • Speech, Consumers, and Technology
  • Economic and Innovation Impacts of Regulation
  • AdTech, Self-preferencing, and Interoperability


Gus HurwitzProfessor and Director of the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center, University of Nebraska

Derek BambauerProfessor of Law, University of Arizona

Jane BambauerDorothy H. and Lewis Rosenstiel Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Arizona

Jeff PrinceProfessor and Chair of Business Economics and Public Policy at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

Liad WagmanProfessor, and John and Mae Calamos Dean Endowed Chair of the Stuart School of Business, Illinois Institute of Technology

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