Marshall Van Alstyne

Marshall Van Alstyne

Marshall Van Alstyne is an associate professor at Boston University and a visiting professor at MIT. He is one of the leading experts in network business models. He conducts research on information economics, covering such topics as communications markets, the economics of networks, intellectual property, social effects of technology, and productivity effects of information. As co-developer of the concept of two-sided networks, he has been a major contributor to the theory of network effects, a set of ideas now taught in more than 50 business schools worldwide.

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May 19, 2015
ABA National Summit: ‘Challenges to Innovation’

In this series of Legal Talk Network interviews, producer Laurence Colletti and CodeX Fellow Monica Bay interview Professor of Law Gillian Hadfield from University of Southern California, Professor Marshall Van Alstyne from Boston University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Mark Britton, the founder and CEO of Avvo. Together they talk about about challenges to...

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