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The Tension Between Regulation and Entrepreneurship in Sustainable Development

1.o substantive credits in NY, NJ, FL*

Innovations in information and communication technologies for development (ICT4D) ranging from microlending platforms to GIS mapping initiatives to consumer-rewarding mobile technology platforms are redefining the “business” of economic development. This panel will explore how legal frameworks related to intellectual property rights, finance and money transfer, and privacy are impacting sustainable economic development, particularly in emerging markets.

Panelists:

Nicholas Ashford, Professor of Technology and Policy and Director of the Technology and Law Program, MIT
Alexis Bonnell, Director, Office of Engagement and Communications, U.S. Global Development Lab, USAID
Austin Choi, General Counsel, Kiva
Garrett Melby, Co-founder and CEO, GoodCompany Ventures
James D. Thompson, Co-Founder and Director of the Wharton Social Entrepreneurship Program, University of Pennsylvania


*CLE Credit not available for PA, IL, and CT for this course.


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