Centre for Content Promotion

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Copyright Enforcement in the Digital Age: Empirical Evidence and Policy Implications

Insight & Analysis Lecture Series

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Wednesday, May 2 2018

10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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Menara UOA Bangsar

Jln Bangsar Utama 1

5900 Bangsar

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The Centre for Content Promotion is partnering with the Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MyIPO) to convene the next installation of the ‘CCP Insight & Analysis Lecture Series’ on May 2, 2018, in Kuala Lumpur.  Dr. Brett Danaher, an internationally renowned economist currently teaching Chapman University in Los Angeles, California, will summarize research undertaken on copyright enforcement in the digital age, presenting empirical evidence and its implications for policy makers.

The event will take place at MyIPO’s offices in Bangsar, starting at 10:00 a.m., and will be followed by a networking reception and luncheon for attendees.  There is no cost for attendance, but prior registration is required.  Further information about additional speakers will be forthcoming.  We hope to see you on May 2nd!

The event will take place at MyIPO’s offices in Bangsar, starting at 10:00 a.m., and will be followed by a networking reception and luncheon for attendees.  There is no cost for attendance, but prior registration is required.  Further information about additional speakers will be forthcoming.  We hope to see you on May 2nd!




Brett Danaher is an empirical economist and data scientist who studies the effects of new, disruptive technologies on the media and entertainment industries with particular attention to how these technologies alter optimal firm strategy or government policy. He pioneered some of the first empirical economic research on how firms and governments should alter their approach to protecting copyrighted works in the digital age. His current research and consulting activities focus on the use of data science and analytics to better understand consumers and improve practices in the film, television, music, and publishing industries.  He has experience teaching undergraduate and MBA level courses in industrial organization, information economics and economics of the Internet, data analytics, managerial economics, quantitative methods, and microeconomics. He is currently developing a program in entertainment analytics, and also has experience as an expert economic witness in several US and European trials.