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Policy and Innovation Reading Materials

Below is a collection of peer-reviewed journal articles, case studies, and other publications related to policy and innovation.

June 14, 2017
Real-world disruptions inevitably lead to “policy decay,” but corrections are hard to come by.
U.S. President Donald Trump at his desk in the Oval Office of the White House. | Reuters/Carlos Barria
June 18, 2015
Political risk is inevitable, but there are ways to mitigate it.
Man standing in doorway of rundown building | Reuters/Andrew Winning


Enhancing the Investor Appeal of Renewable Energy

Felix Mormann. Environmental Law, August 2012, Vol. 42, Page 681.

The History of Patenting Genetic Material

Henry T. Greely, Jacob S. Sherkow. Annual Review of Genetics, December 2015, Vol. 49, Pages 161–182.

Clean Energy Federalism

Felix Mormann, 67 Florida Law Review, Rev. 1621 (2015).

How to Regulate Legal Services to Promote Access, Innovation, and The Quality of Lawyering

Deborah L. Rhode, Gillian K. Hadfield. 67 Hastings Law Journal, June 2016, Rev. 1191.

Nanotechnology and Innovation Policy

Lisa Larrimore Ouellette. 29 Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, September 2015, Rev. 33.