For now, this is a list of published work and forthcoming publications. Many drafts are available online at my author page on ssrn.com and elsewhere. Also, I have begun to archive my papers on this website. (Don't ask why I only have a few papers per Archive page. I'm trying to fix that.)
Infrastructure: The Social Value of Shared Resources (Oxford University Press, March 2012).
Problems of Policy and Jurisprudence in the Information Age (4th ed., 2010) (with Patricia
Bellia, Paul Berman, and David Post).
Governing the Knowledge Commons (eds. Brett Frischmann, Michael
Madison & Katherine Strandburg, Oxford University Press, 2014).
Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals
Thoughts on Techno-Social Engineering of Humans and the Freedom to be Off (or Free from Such Engineering), 17 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 535 (2016). [available online]
Retrospecives: The Marginal Cost Controversy, Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 193-206
(2015) (with Christiaan Hogendorn, Wesleyan University,
Economics). [available online]
Understanding the Problem of Social Cost, Journal of Institutional Economics, Issue 11(2) (June 2015) (issue commemorating work
of Ronald H. Coase) (with Alain Marciano, Université de Montpellier,
Economics). [available online] (cookies required for pdf)
Two Enduring Lessons
from Elinor Ostrom, Journal of Institutional Economics (2013) (issue commemorating work
of Elinor Ostrom). [available online] (cookies required for pdf)
Institutions in Treaties, 7
Review of Law and Economics (2011) (with Jim Hartigan, University of Oklahoma, Economics). [available online]
75 Antitrust Law Journal 1 (2008) (with Spencer Weber Waller, Loyola University
Chicago). [available online here and here]
Neutrality and The Economics of an Information Superhighway, 47 Jurimetrics 383 (2007) (with Barbara van
Schewick, Stanford). [available online here, here, and here]
the Demsetzian Trend in Copyright Law, 3 Review of Law and Economics (2007). [draft available online]
Articles in Law Reviews
Commons in the Cultural Environment, Cornell Law Review (2010) (with Michael Madison, University of Pittsburgh, and
Katherine Strandburg, NYU). [available online]
35 Ecology Law Quarterly 151 (2008). [available online]
Environmentalism and The
Wealth of Networks, 74 University of Chicago Law Review 1083 (2007) (reviewing Yochai
Benkler, The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and
Freedom (2006)). [available online]
Spillovers, 107 Columbia Law Review 257 (2007) (with Mark A. Lemley,
Stanford). [available online here and here]
Economic Theory of Infrastructure and Commons Management, 89 Minnesota Law Review 917 (2005). [available online and here]
Dynamic Institutional Theory of International Law, 51 Buffalo Law Review 679 (2003).
and Commercialization of the Internet Infrastructure: Rethinking Market Intervention into Government and
Government Intervention into the Market, 2 Columbia Science and Technology Law Review 1 (2001).
the Multi-Layered Nature of International Emissions Trading and of
International-Domestic Legal Systems to Escape a Multi-State Compliance Dilemma, 13 Georgetown International
Environmental Law Review 463 (2001).
Evolving Common Law Doctrine of Copyright Misuse: A Unified Theory and its Application to Software, 15 Berkeley Technology Jaw
(2000) (with Daniel Moylan).
and Institutions: Rethinking the Economics of U.S. Science and Technology
Policy, 24 Vermont
Law Review 347
(2011) (with Mark McKenna, Notre Dame Law School).
Theory and Its Conceptual Boundaries, 51 William & Mary Law Review 801 (2009).
University as Constructed Cultural Commons, Washington University Journal of Law &
(with Michael Madison, University of Pittsburgh, and Katherine Strandburg,
Pull of Patents,
77 Fordham Law Review 2143 (2009).
Speech, Spillovers, and the First Amendment, 2008 University
of Chicago Legal Forum (2008).
Thoughts on Shortsightedness and Intergenerational Equity, 36 Loyola University Chicago
Law Journal 457
Commons, 2005 Michigan
State Law Review
Prospect of Reconciling Internet and Cyberspace, 35 Loyola University Chicago
Law Journal 205
Online Essay, Doctrinal Precedence Among the Hatch-Waxman Act, the Patent Act, and
the Sherman Act, Patently-O, Mar. 13, 2013, at http://www.patentlyo.com/patent/2013/03/brett-frischmann-ftc-watson.html.
Review, Avoiding a Cliff Dive, reviewing Jonathan Zittrain’s The Future of the
Internet and How to Stop It, 321 Science 491 (July, 25 2008) (peer reviewed).
Essay, Infrastructure Commons in Economic Perspective, First Monday, vol. 12, num. 6 (June 2007) (peer
reviewed), at http://firstmonday.org/issues/issue12_6/frischmann/index.html.
The Evolving Doctrine of Copyright Misuse, Intellectual Property and Information Wealth (Ed. Peter Yu, Praeger, 2007)
(with Daniel Moylan).
Technology as Infrastructure: An Economic Argument For Retaining Sony’s Safe Harbor For
Technologies Capable of Substantial Noninfringing Uses, 52 Journal of the Copyright
(2005) (peer reviewed).
chapter, Commercializing University Research Systems in Economic
Perspective: A View from the Demand Side, in University Entrepreneurship and Technology
Transfer: Process, Design, and
volume 16, Elsevier Science/JAI Press Series: Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and
Economic Growth series (2005).
A Comparative Analysis of Compliance Institutions in International Trade Law
and International Environmental Law, in Handbook of International Trade: Economic and Legal
Analysis of Laws and Institutions (Jim Hartigan ed., 2004).
Note, 11 Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 235 (1998) (reviewing Law and
Economics of the Environment (Erling Eide & Roger van den Bergh eds.,
The role of universities in the generation of ESTs, in ATAS XII-The Role of Publicly
Funded Research and Publicly Owned Technologies in the Transfer and Diffusion
of Environmentally Sound Technologies 371 (United Nations 2000) (with Daehyun Kim and Kunsoo
Kim), available at http://www.unctad.org/en/docs//psiteiipd9.en.pdf.