Stan Liebowitz, PhD

Ashbel Smith Professor
Finance and Managerial Economics
Education
PhD, University of California at Los Angeles, 1978
BA, Johns Hopkins University, 1971
Courses
MECO 6303 Business Economics
SYSM 6319 Business Economics
Current / Recent
Research
The impact of file-sharing, the strength of the copyright ‘monopoly’ and the role of ‘bundling’
Winners, Losers and Microsoft, 1999
Internet Sense and Nonsense, 2002
Awards and
Recognition
“Internet Sense and Nonsense” named one of the top 30 business books of 2003, according to Soundview Executive Books
Research was the focus of stories in the Wall Street Journal, Economist, New York Times, Wired, Financial Times, a program on the BBC referenced in Supreme Court decisions; Conducted interviews with Salon Magazine (2), ABC World News Tonight, NBC Evening News, Cavuto on Fox Television (2), Lehrer New Hour (PBS); Numerous mentions in newspapers and magazines
President of the Society for Economic Research on Copyright Issues
Who’s Who in Economics (based on academic citations)
Fellow of the Cato Institute, Progress and Freedom Foundation, Independent Institute, Competitive Enterprise Institute
Editorial/Advisory Boards: Copyright, Center for the Study of Digital Property, Center on Entrepreneurial Innovation, Intellectual Property Institute, Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues, Special Issue of MIS Quarterly, Heartland Institute’s Digital Economic Center and Journal of Network Industries
Biography