The Hoover IP² Summer Teaching Institute on the Economics and Politics of Regulation is designed to educate students and young professionals on how to think systematically about regulatory systems and their consequences. Its goal is to equip attendees with analytic tools that are basic to good policymaking. The summer teaching institute follows the model of executive education programs organized by business schools. It is an intensive, two‐week long program in which participants are taught by instructors who are experts in the particular subject matter being studied on that particular day. Enrollment is limited to twenty-five students in order to foster interaction with the instructors and intensive engagement with other participants.
Applications for the 2016 program are due January 20, 2016.
- Innovation and the Patent System
- Competition between Firms and Antitrust
- Innovation and Finance
- Energy and Environment
WHO SHOULD APPLY?
- Advanced law students
- Recent law school graduates
- Capitol Hill staff
- Federal judicial clerks
- Students and recent graduates of public policy programs
- Young professionals working at the nexus of business and law
July 31- August 13, 2016
Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Stanford, California
Fees, food and lodging, and transportation will be free to accepted applicants