Edward McNicholas, Paul Rosenzweig, Cameron Kerry, Roslyn Layton

Several pundits have called for data to be priced so that consumers can gain the economic benefits related to their information.  This session will assess this idea in light of the history of efforts to rely upon a contractual bargaining model in the context of consumer rights, the economic analysis of these markets, and the potential for block-chain technologies to overcome past challenges.

Edward McNicholas, Partner, Ropes & Gray
Paul Rosenzweig, Senior Fellow, R Street Institute & Principal, Red Branch Consulting
Cameron Kerry, Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Brookings Institute
Roslyn Layton, Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute, Aalborg University

Cameron Kerry
Cameron Kerry

Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow
Brookings Institute

Edward McNicholas
Edward McNicholas

Partner
Ropes & Gray

Paul Rosenzweig
Paul Rosenzweig

Senior Fellow, R Street Institute
Principal
Red Branch Consulting

Roslyn Layton
Roslyn Layton

Visiting Scholar
American Enterprise Institute
Aalborg University