Participants

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There are 33 confirmed participants for the symposium.

To find out more about them, see the micro-bios below and follow the links for more complete information.

  1. Amar Ashar (Events Coordinator at the Berkman Center)
  2. Becca Vargo Daggett (Research Associate at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance)
  3. Colin Maclay (Managing Director of the Berkman Center)
  4. David Boswell (President and Co-founder of MozDev; Mozilla Foundation staff)
  5. David Isenberg (Principal Prosultant sm at isen.com)
  6. David Weinberger (Berkman Center Fellow; author Everything is Miscellaneous)
  7. Doc Searls (Berkman Fellow, Linux Journal Editor, ... For more, see http://www.searls.com/dochome.html)
  8. Ellen Miller (Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Sunlight Foundation)
  9. Eric von Hippel (Professor and Head of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group at the MIT Sloan School of Management)
  10. Eszter Hargittai (Assistant Professor at Northwestern University)
  11. Ethan Zuckerman (Berkman Center Fellow)
  12. Frank Hecker (Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation)
  13. Giampaolo Garzarelli (Senior Lecturer in Economics and Master Coordinator, SEBS, Wits)
  14. Jim Bessen (BU Law School, Economist of Patents)
  15. Jim Willis (Former Director of eGovernment for Rhode Island, Owner Banyan Social Technology)
  16. Joe Nye (Professor at the JFK School of Government)
  17. John Wilbanks Vice President, Science Commons (a project of Creative Commons)
  18. Jonathan Zittrain (Berkman Center co-founder)
  19. Karim Lakhani (Assistant professor in the Technology and Operations Management Unit at the Harvard Business School.)
  20. Lewis Hyde (Richard L. Thomas Professor of Creative Writing at Kenyon College)
  21. Masi Denison (Founder, Scrimfoot Management)
  22. Mitchell Baker (CEO of the Mozilla Corporation)
  23. Nives Dolšak (Associate Professor (effective Sept. 2007) at University of Washington, Bothell)
  24. Patrick Ball (CTO and Director, Human Rights Programs at Benetech)
  25. Paul Carlile (Associate Professor of Information Systems and Management, Boston Univeristy School of Management)
  26. Robin Chase (Founder & CEO of Meadow Networks)
  27. Rohan Silva (Economic Advisor to the UK's Shadow Chancellor)
  28. Susan Crawford (Associate Professor of Law at Cardozo Law School, visiting U. Michigan and Yale in 2007-08)
  29. Talha Syed (Harvard Law School Doctoral Student - patents and law)
  30. Urs Gasser (Berkman faculty fellow and an associate professor of law at the University of St. Gallen)
  31. Carolina Rossini (BU Law School)
  32. Rob Faris (Open Net Initiative researcher at the Berkman Center)
  33. Zak Greant (Ombudslizard for the Mozilla Foundation)
  34. Laura Fong (Open Net Initiative/Berkman intern at the Berkman Center)