Events

Through discussions, lectures, conferences, and other gatherings, the Berkman Center convenes diverse groups around a wide range of topics related to the Internet as a social and political space. The unique interactions generated through these events - both as process and product - are fundamental elements of the Berkman Center's modus operandi. We encourage you to join us at the events listed below to learn, engage, and connect with our community.


May 12 2015 12:00pm to May 12 2015 12:00pm

Berkman Luncheon Series

Economic Inequality and Technology: How Knowledge Sharing Helps

with Jim Bessen in conversation with Karim Lakhani

The threat of ever-widening economic inequality looms, but in his new book, Learning by Doing: The Real Connection Between Innovation, Wages, and Wealth, James Bessen argues that it is not inevitable. Workers can benefit by acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to implement rapidly evolving technologies.

May 19 2015 12:00pm to May 19 2015 12:00pm

Berkman Luncheon Series

Guide to U.S. Government Practice on Global Information Sharing, Second Edition

with authors John Kropf and Neal Cohen

The recently published, “Guide to U.S. Government Practice on Global Sharing of Personal Information, Second Edition”, provides an introduction to the principles, practices, and agreements behind how the U.S. government shares personal information with foreign governments - for proposes ranging from tax to counter terrorism and cyber-crime.